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Celebrating Innovation and Excellence: Three COX Projects Named Finalists in Property Council Awards

Three COX projects have been selected as finalists in the Property Council of Australia Innovation and Excellence Awards, across five categories.

[above: Wurriki Nyal Civic Precinct. Photography: Peter Clarke]

Wurriki Nyal: Finalist for Best Office Development, Development Innovation, and Best Public Building

The Wurriki Nyal Civic Precinct for the City of Greater Geelong emerges as a finalist in three categories: Best Office Development, Development Innovation, and Best Public Building. This purpose-built Council Hub and Civic Space epitomises community wellbeing, growth, and sustainable development in Geelong, a UNESCO City of Design.

[above: Snow Concert Hall. Photography: Alina Gozin’a.]

Snow Concert Hall: Finalist for Best Public Building

The Snow Concert Hall at Canberra Grammar School is also a finalist for Best Public Building. This world-class music facility, made possible by a visionary $20 million donation by Terry Snow, features a state-of-the-art auditorium, seamlessly integrating learning spaces and a library. With cutting-edge design and sustainability at its core, the Snow Concert Hall is poised to inspire generations to come.

[above: Her Majesty’s Theatre. Photography: Chris Oaten.]

Her Majesty’s Theatre: Finalist for Best Heritage Development

Her Majesty’s Theatre stands as a testament to achieving best practice adaptive reuse design, coupled with exceptional built outcomes. Shortlisted for Best Heritage Development, this iconic venue has garnered public acclaim and hosted an array of successful performances, heralding a significant uplift in South Australia’s performing arts and cultural scene, marking the next chapter in the HMT legacy.

Winners will be announced at the gala dinner hosted by the Property Council of Australia on 11 September.

Her Majesty’s Theatre Redevelopment

Adelaide, South Australia

Wurriki Nyal Civic Precinct


Canberra Grammar School – Centre of Music and Snow Concert Hall