sustainable architecture - sunshine coast

Completed in early 2017, this purpose built wildlife breeding centre was designed for the University of Queensland in partnership with the Turner Family Foundation. Situated on private property in rural Queensland, the centre specialises in the study, breeding and release of native wildlife and their ecosystems. Nestled into the landscape it's robust design and ecological footprint minimises it's energy and water consumption and waste. The facility includes 800m2 of interpretation, teaching and research facilities coupled to 1400m2 of animal breeding pens.