Understanding the changes made to the campus in the 1970s
Have you ever wondered what essential elements make today’s Crawley Campus so special? Join former University Landscape Architect Jean Brodie-Hall in a one-hour tour to understand some of the key changes made during the 1970’s which developed the character and enhanced the tranquillity and ambience of the University’s campus that has been enjoyed since that time.
Walk the original paths of the internal roadways that dominated the spaces around Winthrop Hall, Hackett Hall and the early Administration Buildings. Understand what changes were made, and why they were made as these roadways disappeared, providing for our current pedestrian intimacy with these unique buildings.
Lady Jean Brodie-Hall was the inaugural Landscape Architect appointed to staff under University Architect Arthur Bunbury at The University of Western Australia and is a founding member of her Institute. She is a prominent landscape architect who provides insight into the significant campus changes made in the 1970-80 period.