Ninjago – Legoland Malaysia

The Ninjago puppet show was developed for LegoLand Malaysia by Merlin Entertainment and Red Thread Productions to leverage the success of the Ninjago Series. The show was developed in London and Australia with the project staged at LegoLand Malaysia in a venue that was refurbished to suit the technical requirements of the show.Auditoria was engaged by Red Thread to create and direct the music and sound design content as well as the audio and control systems designs for the show.

Ulumbarra Theatre, Bendigo

An adaptive reuse project giving a new life to the old Bendigo Jail, a new 1,100 seat theatre with rehearsal spaces and classrooms represents a significant investment in education and the arts in regional Victoria.

The theatre is fitted with technical facilities to support the majority of performances that will be staged in the venue. Our scope was to design and manage the implementation of the audio systems and cabling infrastructure throughout the theatre and rehearsal spaces.


A project that began as a vision of a more active and inclusive learning environment, based around the architecture of an airport terminal, Project Barcelona is a glimpse into the future of education for Northern Beaches Christian School.

Our scope was to design and manage the implementation of audio, video, lighting and control systems for the project that includes an airport-style information LED screen measuring 8m by 1.5m and a performance LED screen for production use on an outdoor stage measuring 6.5m by 4m.


ANZ Stadium Audio Upgrade

ANZ Stadium engaged Auditoria to create and manage a design, procurement and commissioning process to upgrade the main sound system. From a total of 18 designs the final three were evaluated in a listening test in the stadium. The final system was selected and installed during May 2013 ready for State of Origin 1 on June 5 with a capacity audience of just over 80,000.

NIDA Parade Theatre

NIDA engaged Acoustic Studio and Auditoria to perform a combined assessment of the Parade Theatre sound system and room acoustics to identify a perceived lack of sound quality in the room. After reviewing the report NIDA commissioned Auditoria to work with JANDS Electronics to design a new loudspeaker system to meet the needs of regular users of the venue.


Auditoria engaged Acoustic Studio as a subconsultant to assist us in the acoustical elements of the recording studio. The image above shows the control room, oversized to allow team-based operation of the facilities.


Auditoria was engaged by the Catholic Education Office on the advice of Great Big Events to design and document all technical systems and infrastructure for the Vocational Training Facility. The training theatre is a fully equipped multi-use performance area with a highly flexible and adaptable rigging and lighting system which won a 2011 IES Lighting Design Award. The tension-wire-grid, which can be seen in the images, was specially engineered to take double the typical live load to allow two groups of four on the grid at any one time.


This was a refurbishment project of the teaching facility for the sixth grade year group at NBCS. The architecture was driven by the School’s desire for open plan flexible teaching spaces where classes can interact and classrooms do not exist. The facility consists of seven areas which can be combined and linked in many different ways to keep the learning environment fresh and interesting. The facility is fitted with sophisticated learning-support technology designed to be as flexible as the space itself.


The intention of the upgrade was not only to replace tired equipment, but to provide a greater technology platform for the creative delivery of educational seminars by the Questacon Excited Particles; an award winning performance team who deliver over 1,300 shows per year in the facility. The audio system is based on a 7.1 surround sound layout with the option for 16 channel sound field usage for specially created presentations. A pair of subwoofers are installed under the seating to provide the massive energy required to simulate a rocket launch.