Located in Brisbane City, the project aims to contribute to native wildlife conservation as a response to our duo crisis today- climate change and biodiversity loss. The Urban Wildlife Rehabilitation facility seeks to rescue, rehabilitate and release injured native wildlife birds and small mammals. The center also serves to educate public visitors on their part and roles in the conservation and stewardship of the natural world as we work towards a more sustainable, connected, and green future. An Ecological Park is also introduced as part of a wider green ecological network within the city, where new and remnant green fragments are connected with urban green corridors that are embedded in the existing infrastructures of today such as streets, bridges, and waterfronts. Due to its flood-prone location, the park is designed to be inundated during events of heavy rainfall and flash floods.