|The Sound Tube in Melbourne, part of the Citylink tolled freeways in Australia, is a steel structure that reduces noise pollution to nearby community housing towers.|
|The Bolte Bridge is a large twin Cantilever bridge that is one of the largest balanced cantilever cast in situ box girder bridges in Australia. The superstructure is built as two independent bridges of variable depth, prestressed concrete box girders, separated by a 1.15 m clear gap between the structures.|
|Craigieburn Overpass designed to be experienced at a freeway speed of 110km per hour. It includes three series of sculptural sound walls, a pedestrian bridge and a set of design parameters for road bridges, crash barriers and retaining structures.|
|The eastlink is a 45km stretch of freeway designed by wood marsh architecture that is dotted with|
sculptural installations and architectural features.
|"House in the sky" is located on the Western Ring Road where it meets the Princes Freeway. The sculpture was designed by Brearley Middleton Architects and won the Urban Design Architecture Award from the Royal Australian Institute of Architects in 2002.|
|Beautiful wind powered sculpture called the 'Blowhole" in the Docklands. Artist : Duncan Stemler|
|Denton Corker Marshall's entrance to Melbourne's CBD, The Melbourne Gateway, commonly dubbed the cheesestick - transformed the entrance of the Tullamarine Freeway and divided opinions when it opened in 1999|
|Denton Corker Marshall's entrance to Melbourne's CBD, The Melbourne Gateway, commonly dubbed the Red Zipper - transformed the entrance of the Tullamarine Freeway and divided opinions when it opened in 1999|
|Bunjil is 25 metres tall, but here looks as big as a skyscraper as he glances over everyone coming and going from the city. It is by artist Bruce Armstrong. To some aboriginal tribes, he is a supreme God represented as an eagle.|
‘The Webb Bridge in Melbourne by Denton, Corker & Marshall (DCM) pedestrian/cycle bridge over the Yarra River as part of a public art project in Melbourne’s Docklands area. In collaboration with artist Robert Owen.
|The 20m-high Hotel, described by its artist as a "giant folly", sits in an open paddock in Dandenong South.|
The 12m-by-5m structure is made of concrete, steel and glass, and is lit using solar power.