Archive | A preview of the August 2017 issue of Landscape Architecture Australia.
News | This issue goes bush to uncover a wealth of exciting projects and initiatives that thoughtfully respond to complex circumstances in regional Australia.
News | A new cultural tourism trail linking large-scale public artworks in Western Australia’s Wheatbelt region to be launched as part of Perth’s annual PUBLIC festival.
Practice | New research shows regional cities generate national economic growth and jobs at the same rate as big metropolitan cities, but they require greater investment to prosper.
Places | By redeveloping its waterfront, the Shire of Esperance aimed to balance a family-oriented destination with improved infrastructure, tourist attractions and opportunities for private investment.
Practice | Equivalent in size to Sydney Harbour, the Latrobe Valley’s open-cut mines offer massive potential for future uses. But rehabilitation must be granted the critical public and governmental attention it deserves.
Practice | Cat Nadel of Environment Victoria discusses their recent report Life After Coal: Pathways to a Just and Sustainable Transition for the Latrobe Valley.
Practice | Many regional and rural towns across Australia are experiencing slow but steady decline, but death is not inevitable.
Practice | Is Newcastle’s laid-back attitude to urban projects denying its potential?