A collaboration between Greener Spaces Better Places and Living Melbourne

As anyone working in the urban greening space will know all too well, there’s no shortage of information, tools, resources and case studies out there that can help you to plan, manage, protect and enhance green cover.

The trouble is, however, this information is often disparate and incomplete – making it difficult to access the most appropriate tools, resources and best practice examples.

That’s why we've collected these existing materials together – including tools, guides, publications and case studies – and curate the best of them in a single place: right here, in the Urban Greeners' Resource Hub.

This Hub has been curated following consultation with a panel of urban greening implementation, research and technical experts from across Australia, and we gratefully acknowledge their support and input.

Know about a resource that you believe should be considered in further iterations of the Hub? Please get in touch.

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Australian Institute of Landscape Architects

AILA Green Infrastructure Position Statement

By Australian Institute of Landscape Architects – 2020

AILA’s position statements articulate and clarify AILA’s position on a number of relevant and topical issues and have been developed to help communicate these to the public, the media and our members alike.

National Urban greening benefits

Creating Greener Places for Healthy and Sustainable Communities: Ideas for Quality Green Public Space in South Australia

By Australian Institute of Landscape Architects – 2019

This document has been developed through collaboration between SA Governmemt departments and the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (SA Chapter). It provides a strong framework for community members, landscape professionals, urban planning professionals, local Councils and regional authorities to protect and enhance quality green spaces in recognition of the health, wellbeing and environmental benefits they provide. In partnership with South Australian Government.

South Australia Implementation tools State-specific