krakani lumi

Mt William National Park, TAS

Project Info Credits

krakani-lumi, translating to “resting place” is a camp nestled in the wukalina/Mt William National Park designed for a cultural walk guided by the Aboriginal Land Council Tasmania. This project was completed within close consultation with the Land Council and the broader Tasmanian Aboriginal community.

The half-domed shelters emulate the traditional shelters of ancient Tasmanian Aboriginals. Given the secluded setting, the structures had to be airlifted to the site and then assembled.


Taylor and Hinds Architects


Adam Gibson