How to Ensure the Best for our National Parks
Tourism in Central Australia is growing with many foreign and interstate travelers placing the outback and our National Parks on the "To do" list.
How Smart Cities Can Expand Urban Car Parking
As Australia's urban population surges and its major cities become host to more high-rises and increasing density, car parks will become an increasingly scarce and expensive commodity for...
Brisneyland: ‘Hard Working’ Urban Spaces for Young and Old
It’s no secret that people in inner urban areas of Australia’s cities are getting very comfortable with the idea of dense vertical living.
The True Costs of Sprawl
Many parking lots are being replaced by housing, which generates more revenue per acre.
It’s Time for a National Green Infrastructure Policy
The Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) has written to the Australian Government requesting that the country takes a global leadership position on Green Infrastructure and...
The Anatomy of the Health Precinct
Kale smoothies in mason jars. Yoga pants over Levi jeans. Fitbit this and Jawbone that. With the wearable tech market off the charts, I thought it...
Seniors-Focused Exercise Parks Could Be The Answer To Healthier Ageing
A new report by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) has been released which reveals the most common causes of injury in 2012-13 were...
Concepts Released for the Renewal of Melbourne’s University Square
The City of Melbourne is inviting the community to have their say on a draft concept plan for the redevelopment of University Square in Carlton.
Carpark Upgrades Can Solve Strata Headaches
As older style residential apartments become aged and serious structural issues become more apparent, the increasing cost of building maintenance is weighing more heavily on the...