This sense of pageantry and vitality that is associated with community sporting activities is captured in sculptural forms. The grandstand is an admirable example of the way in which architecture can contribute to the urban aesthetic and extend the potential for the community to enjoy public spaces. 
Royal Australian Institute of Architects
Jury award comment    

The buildings isolation within the broader landscape, its inherently simple form and floating roof have been coordinated to create a prominent landmark from Yamba Drive and other distant views. on closer inspection, the detailed steel structure and roof projections provide relief to an otherwise simple building.

Award of Merit  RAIA ACT Chapter 1992 Architecture Awards

photos :  © et

client: ACT Public Works

engineers:   K.S. Sellick 

quantity surveyors:   Rider Hunt & Partners

builder: G A Anderson & Son