ULI Sydney Site Tour: Gunyama Park Aquatic and Recreation Centre, Green Square


2021-12-10T07:45:00 - 2021-12-10T09:00:00

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    Gunyama Park Cafe Will open in a new window 17 Zetland Avenue Zetland, NSW 2017 AUSTRALIA
    Event Fees
    YLG Members (Under Age 35): $25 AUD
    ULI Members: $50 AUD
    Non-members: $75 AUD 
    Join us for our final Sydney event for 2021 – an in-person site tour of the winner of the 2021 National Award for Public Architecture, the Gunyama Park Aquatic and Recreation Centre (GPARC) Designed by Andrew Burges Architects and Grimshaw with TCL in collaboration with the City of Sydney, GPARC is the newest addition to the City of Sydney’s recreational assets and is Australia’s first 5 Star Green Star Design and As Built Aquatic facility.
    Inspired by Sydney’s famous ocean swimming spots, GPARC features both indoor and outdoor spaces to relax and play, community meeting rooms, a playground, picnic facilities, a fitness training circuit and a multi-purpose sports field. Join Andrew Burges, Principal, Andrew Burges Architects and Michael Janeke, Partner, Grimshaw, on 10 December for a tour of this new recreational destination in one of Sydney’s fastest growing precincts.
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    Gunyama Park Cafe 17 Zetland Avenue Zetland, NSW 2017 AUSTRALIA

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