Point Nepean National Park Master Plan
The Point Nepean National Park Master Plan is set on a 560-hectare landscape at the narrowest tip of the Mornington Peninsula, this master plan is a beautiful and sensitive way to build upon and strengthen a sense of community.
The landscape architects have shown leadership in collaborating and developing the precinct in conjunction with Aboriginal Traditional Owners and Parks Victoria. The engagement with Traditional Owners and Country clearly supports the shared, co-interpretation of traditional cultural narratives, European settlement and Australian defence force connections with the landscape.
Overall the jury felt that the master plan provides a good foundation for the site and displayed leadership qualities that will foresee an excellent directional framework for the investment and the visitor experience within the park.