The magnificent Kalbarri Skywalk (Kaju Yatka) is an iconic Western Australian tourism project that Creative Spaces were involved with from the outset. We were fortunate enough to visit the site with the families on the Nanda Advisory Group to hear their stories associated with Kalbarri before work commenced. We also met with the group and the Department of Parks and Wildlife staff regularly throughout the three year project to develop the interpretation.
The result is beautifully designed interpretation that took inspiration from the iconic Murchison River and incorporates artwork and illustrations from selected Nanda artists. The weathered steel beams form the centrepiece to the interpretive experience at the Skywalk and this look and feel carried through to other elements. We also designed the dual-language logo for the experience, the orientation structure, and multimedia elements.
This project was completed in February 2020.
Winner, AILA (Australian Institute of Landscape Architecture) WA Award of Excellence for Tourism, 2021.
Winner, AILA (Australian Institute of Landscape Architecture) WA Medal, 2021.
Winner, AILA (Australian Institute of Landscape Architecture) WA Award for Regional Achievement, 2021.