Location: North Beach Road, Trigg, Western Australia
Client: City of Stirling
Architect: City of Stirling
Value: $60,000
Status: Complete April 2015
  • Architectural Metalwork
  • Facade Elements
  • Urban Structures and Shelters

Charles Riley Memorial Reserve is a $1.6 million City of Stirling community parkland designed to integrate with the Charles Riley Sporting Facilities with a key feature being the ANZAC Memorial. The attractive new parkland features:

  • A large shaded children’s play area that includes a flying fox and functional play public art
  • Relocated and upgraded war memorial
  • Multiple Shelters with tables and seating
  • Barbecues and drink fountains
  • Large grassed informal play area and natural landscaping

DENMAC’s Scope of Work was to deliver multiple shade shelters including design (in conjunction with the City of Stirling), fabrication and installation of the shelters and stainless steel laser cut Screens. The Screens provide the shelters with a distinctive look to set them aside from others.

The shelters were all fabricated and installed in time for the 100 years ANZAC Day Dawn Service on the 25th April. Subsequent to this project, DENMAC has received further orders from the City of Stirling for similar structures in other locations.