Carrum Yarning Circle

Our construction team utilise their hardscaping expertise to build cultural knowledge into this important infrastructure project
Carrum Yarning Circle
New South Wales
South Australia
New Yarning Circle at Carrum Station embeds cultural practice into infrastructure project
Location South side of Karrum Karrum Bridge, Patterson River, Carrum
Project completion July 2019
Value $240K

Level Crossing Removal project allows Ecodynamics to showcase hardscaping skills

Undertaken as part of the State Government’s Level Crossing Removal project, the new Yarning Circle at Carrum Station creates an environment where Traditional Owners can pass on cultural practices and values to future generations. It is also a setting where culture can be showcased, shared, and preserved.

All the pavers for the circle and the nearby bridge embankment were individually sourced by hand by our talented team, and then pieced together on site.

Working together to embed indigenous knowledge into infrastructure projects

This project allowed our construction team to work collaboratively with our client to incorporate indigenous cultural values and principles into a project, leaving a lasting legacy for the local community to enjoy for many years to come.

South East Program Alliance (SEPA)
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