1. Nyungar Language
The concept of the design enables the community to connect with nature, it allows the visitor to discover plants, and animals through Indigenous interpretation of the site and the wider region. This involves education and interpretation of the local area's endemic flora and fauna that also incorporates Whadjuk Nyungar language in the design.
2. Water Sensitive
The design showcases outcomes that integrate water-sensitive infrastructure. This includes bio-filtration systems that clean water through shallow vegetated basins and provide important habitat for local fauna.
3. Nature Viewing
The design allows for nature viewing and passive recreation for twitchers (bird watchers) and nature lovers.
4. Interpretive Play
The design provides a range of nature and interpretive play for all ages.
5. Educational Opportunities
The design facilitates educational opportunities to develop the community's understanding of water quality and aquatic life by allowing safe water interaction via tactile play and science activities.
6. Outdoor Education
The design provides informal outdoor education spaces.
7. Walk, Run or Cycle
The design provides active recreation opportunities for walkers, runners and cyclists.
8. Technology Supported
The design provides an opportunity to learn about the local area and water through interpretive elements. (Near Field Communication, or Quick Response (QR) codes can be installed on key elements to provide visitors with engaging information.)