WOODLANDS PRIMARY SCHOOL
A dry creekbed was created to run through this project, formed by accentuating the existing water flow seen on site. Limestone boulders and carved top logs with shallow bowls carved into them form the creek edge.
One of the existing logs has been placed as a balance beam across the creek. At the end of the creek a broken crossing is made from limestone boulders with carvings highlighting the natural grooves in the stone. A cleared level space in the southwest corner has been left open as a yarning circle and outdoor classroom. In the central clearing a humpback cubby climber sits as the focal point of the space.