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2nd Mar


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The new ‘Portrait’ building, which depicts Willaim Barak’s face, has been completed. Read more here

27th Feb



IADV is please to welcome our newest member Lazarus Cinnabar. Lazarus is a town planner with an interest in transport planning. Lazarus is currently working for the Victorian Government in the transport network development space.

20th Feb



Charles Solomon is professionally trained in Conservation Land Management and is the owner and operator of Garawana Creative. Garawana Creative provides the following services to clients: Commercial landscape design and implementation ...

12th Feb



RMIT have a new scholarship for students studying the Bachelor of Architectural Design or Master of Architecture. Preference will be given to students who are Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islanders. This scholarship is made ...

5th Feb



GHD, Cox Architecture and SJB Architecture will provide at least 10 internships each year for the next 10 years to Indigenous Australian university students as part of their commitment to the CareerTrackers program. Find out more here

1st Feb



The City of Casey are building a new cultural precinct. The design, by Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp, is inspired by Bunjil, a key creator spirit for the people of the Kulin Nations. Find out more here

20th Jan


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IADV have been working with Lyons Architects on the relocation of the Koorie Heritage Trust. Read more here:

26th Oct


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IADV is proud to announce that Outlines Landscape Architecture have signed up as IADV Founding Corporate Partners. Outlines Director Martin Reeves says that “Outlines are honoured to assist the IADV in advocating for and ...

23rd Aug


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The IADV Launch has been featured in the 13 August edition of the Koori Mail. The article, written by Rachael Hocking, gives a great account of the event, and of the aims and objectives of IADV. You can read the full article here.

16th Jun


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Congratulations to IADV member Linda Kennedy, a Dharawal & Wiradjuri woman from the South Coast of NSW. Linda moved to Melbourne late last year, but returned north recently for her graduation ceremony for a Bachelor of ...