In 2015, the waterfront suburb of Elizabeth Quay in Perth’s CBD received a complete redevelopment as part of a rebrand for the Australian Capital City. The aim of the development was to transform the promenade around the river inlet into an iconic area for the public. 

The vision included space for a variety of new retailers, street vendors and performers. To ensure ease of access to the site and to make the area family-friendly, a large focus was placed on access by public transport, interactive water features, and playground facilities.

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