WAMA Logo- Wildlife Art Museum of Australia. Wildlife, botanic, natural history gallery and botanic gardens WAMA Header- Wildlife Art Museum of Australia. Wildlife, botanic, natural history gallery and botanic gardens

Welcome from the Patron
........................................
The Wildlife Art Museum of Australia
........................................
Vision and Objectives
........................................
Milestones
........................................
Regional Impact
........................................
Economic and Social Impact Study
........................................
Museum and
Landscape Design

........................................
Proposed Design
........................................
Partnerships
........................................
Business Principles
........................................
The WAMA Community Engagement Model
........................................
Capital Funding Strategy
........................................
The Foundation Organisation Structure
&
The Core Team
........................................
Meet the Team
........................................
Achieving Our Vision
........................................
Supporting the Foundation
........................................
Contact Information
........................................
Acknowledgements
........................................
.

<
  The eagerly awaited proposed design for the WAMA museum and surrounding botanic gardens was shared in an open forum in Halls Gap for the first time on 24 May 2015. Melbourne based MvS Architects have collaborated with the landscape architecture firm TRACT Consultants to create an exciting, eye-catching design which incorporates the original wetlands and waterways and complements the existing conservation areas of protected indigenous vegetation. The museum integrates world class gallery spaces, public amenities and an interconnected complex of educational facilities. With stunning views to both the wetlands and the mountains, this design will enable WAMA to deliver on its vision: to provide a setting recognising Australia’s contribution to the natural sciences, showcase the work of outstanding wildlife and natural history artists and nurture a learning experience for current and future generations.  
  THE PROPOSED DESIGN RESULTING FROM A COLLABORATION BY MELBOURNE BASED MVS ARCHITECTS AND LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE FIRM, TRACT CONSULTANTS.  

BASED MVS ARCHITECTS


  VIEW PROPOSED PLAN AS PDF  

© WAMA. Foundation Ltd ABN 23 158 710 411. Web site: Stephen Powell.