Stirling Lawns Masterplan

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Hello and welcome to the digital place for the Stirling Library Lawns project,

This is your space to leave comments, provide ideas, take part in surveys and read about what's going on.

The Stirling Library Lawns is a central civic space for the Stirling community and beyond and so we're embarking on developing a masterplan for the site. Through community engagement we will develop design solutions that will inform the Stirling Lawns Masterplan.

We are developing the masterplan in consultation with our community including:

  • A community representative co-design group
  • Elected members and Mayor
  • Staff from across the council
  • Dedicated engagement with our Access and Inclusion Panel, our Reconciliation Action Group, young people, community groups and Stirling businesses
  • More broadly there will be an opportunity for you to provide early ideas and comment on the draft masterplan - get started now using the tools below.


Next time you're on the Stirling Library Lawns, imagine what they could look like, sounds like, feel like and smell like in the future.

It’s important to note that this project is about masterplanning which means it’s conceptual and not about building infrastructure just yet although that is the ultimate plan.

The background and results of the community engagement on the Rotunda replacement can be found via this link: Stirling Rotunda Replacement - Stage 2 | Community Engagement Hub (ahc.sa.gov.au)


Hello and welcome to the digital place for the Stirling Library Lawns project,

This is your space to leave comments, provide ideas, take part in surveys and read about what's going on.

The Stirling Library Lawns is a central civic space for the Stirling community and beyond and so we're embarking on developing a masterplan for the site. Through community engagement we will develop design solutions that will inform the Stirling Lawns Masterplan.

We are developing the masterplan in consultation with our community including:

  • A community representative co-design group
  • Elected members and Mayor
  • Staff from across the council
  • Dedicated engagement with our Access and Inclusion Panel, our Reconciliation Action Group, young people, community groups and Stirling businesses
  • More broadly there will be an opportunity for you to provide early ideas and comment on the draft masterplan - get started now using the tools below.


Next time you're on the Stirling Library Lawns, imagine what they could look like, sounds like, feel like and smell like in the future.

It’s important to note that this project is about masterplanning which means it’s conceptual and not about building infrastructure just yet although that is the ultimate plan.

The background and results of the community engagement on the Rotunda replacement can be found via this link: Stirling Rotunda Replacement - Stage 2 | Community Engagement Hub (ahc.sa.gov.au)


  • July 2024 Update

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    Thank you to everyone who has contributed to developing the draft Masterplan, including members of the Co-Design Group who have been instrumental in the design. The next step is to engage the wider community on the plan in August/ September.

  • February 2024 Update

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    At the core of the masterplan endeavor is a commitment to community-driven development. We believe that the best ideas emerge when diverse voices come together. To ensure a comprehensive approach, we established a Community Co-Design Group (COG) featuring community representatives made up of local residents' form Stirling and surrounds.

    The COG have met three times and have helped shape early concept plan.

    Thank you to the COG members for their active and enthusiastic involvement in the Stirling Library Lawns Masterplan Co-Design process. We are so pleased members have been on the journey with us and are truly grateful for their time and input. We know not all of members could be at each session but the contribution they made at the session they were at was valued.

    The next stage is to get feedback from other stakeholder groups on the draft concept plans (this includes the Access and Inclusion Group, high school and primary school children and Elected Members). Once we have all feedback we need to develop a draft Master Plan we will gather the COG again. It will be a chance to meet and talk through the proposed design and involve them in engaging the wider community. Watch this space.

  • December 2023 Update

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    Shaping tomorrow: Your voice in the Stirling Lawns Masterplan • Adelaide Hills Council (ahc.sa.gov.au)

    In the heart of Stirling, the community converges at the Stirling Library Lawns—a space that breathes life into our shared civic identity.

    As we envision the future of this central hub, we invite you to join us in shaping the Stirling Lawns Masterplan through an inclusive and engaging consultation process.

    Building Together

    At the core of this endeavor is a commitment to community-driven development. We believe that the best ideas emerge when diverse voices come together. To ensure a comprehensive approach, we have established a co-design group featuring community representatives, elected members, the Mayor, and dedicated council staff.

    We are also actively engaging with the Access and Inclusion Panel, our Reconciliation Action Group, young individuals, community groups, and local businesses. By fostering collaboration, we aim to create a masterplan that truly reflects the aspirations and needs of our community.

    Your Early Input Matters

    Don't miss your chance to contribute to the Stirling Lawns Masterplan. We value your early ideas and insights, and we've made it easy for you to get involved. Visit our engagement platform and utilize the tools provided to share your vision, suggestions, and comments. Your input will play a crucial role in shaping the future of this cherished civic space.

    Imagination at Play

    Next time you stroll through the Stirling Library Lawns, let your imagination run wild. Picture what the future could hold—how it might look, sound, feel, and even smell. Your creativity is a valuable asset as we work together to craft a masterplan that captures the essence of our community's dreams.

    Calling All Young Visionaries

    We believe that everyone, regardless of age, has a unique perspective to offer. Children are particularly encouraged to be a part of this transformative journey. Head to the Coventry Library, where a special children's feedback activity sheet awaits.

    Let the young minds of Stirling share their thoughts and ideas about the Stirling Lawns Masterplan. The deadline for children's feedback is January 20th, 2024—don't miss out on this opportunity to make a lasting impact.

    Get Involved

    Ready to be a part of this exciting initiative? Visit our survey platform to find out more and participate in the survey. Your contribution matters, and together, we will create a Stirling Lawns Masterplan that reflects the collective vision and spirit of our vibrant community.


Page last updated: 12 Jul 2024, 04:34 PM