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Spalding Revitalisation Project - Stage One

In late 2021, a concept design for the Spalding Revitalisation Project was developed. The revitalisation includes new roads, footpaths and a redesign of AMC Park.  The project has been designed via an inclusive process with Community Reference Group Meetings, workshops with Year 6 students from Bluff Point Primary, conversations with members of the community and meetings with the City to develop a concept masterplan to ensure it is fit for purpose and beneficial for the community.

The resulting AMC Park design includes upgraded play facilities, culturally-inclusive spaces and improved amenities in the heart of Spalding. The design also includes opportunities for the inclusion of public artworks and stories into the park.  Discussions with community members have identified a clear desire for the artworks and stories to respectfully convey local stories, with a focus on Yamatji Cultural Knowledge.

 The public artworks will create opportunities to:

  • reflect and celebrate the diverse community who already use AMC Park, and will greatly benefit from the revitalised facilities;
  • support the local creative economy;
  • engage the wider community with public art; and
  • reflect the cultural character of the City of Greater Geraldton.

Artist Briefs

Due for submission to the City of Greater Geraldton by close of business, 7 April 2023.

Facilitation of Log Artworks

Design Only for Sandblast Artworks

Multi-use Court Artworks

Artist Agreements

An Artist Agreement for each element will be issued to the successful artist/s.  Should you wish to view a copy of Artist Agreements, or for any other queries, please contact Trudi Cornish, or (08) 9956 6659.

AMC PArk Masterplan

 Stage 1 Masterplan