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Sishane Park, 2014, in Istanbul, Turkey designed by SANALarc.

Sishane Park, 2014, in Istanbul, Turkey designed by SANALarc. Image: Olivve Wimmer

The 2017 Landscape Australia Conference will be held on Saturday 6 May at the University of Technology Sydney.

The one-day conference, organized by Architecture Media, invites local and international speakers to explore the dynamic role of landscape in the design, planning and management of gardens, cities and regions. 

The conference will be split into three sessions. The first will examine the role of aesthetics in contemporary garden and planting design, the second will explore Indigenous management of the Australian landscape and colonization, and the third will see speakers share perspectives on the tools and methods of resilience.

For further information about speakers and the conference visit the Landscape Australia website.  

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The Landscape Australia Conference is supported by partners OzbreedChristie Parksafe and Porter’s Paints. Presented by Landscape Architecture Australia magazine and LandscapeAustralia.com, and organized by Architecture Media. 

[Editors’ note: This event has been moved from its original venue at the Museum of Sydney to the larger venue of the Chau Auditorium in the Dr Chau Chak Wing building at the University of Sydney.]


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