The airport, planned for a site at Badgerys Creek approximately 51 kilometres west of the Sydney CBD, is planned to be operational by 2026.
The Victorian government has awarded contracts to for the delivery of new Coburg and Moreland railway stations designed by Wood Marsh.
The third stage of Sydney’s Metro development will include seven stations to be built between Westmead and the CBD.
Sydney’s first build to rent project will be part of an integrated development above a proposed metro station in the central city.
The Hassell-designed southern terminal expansion to Gold Coast Airport has kicked off with foundation works beginning in mid-July 2019.
Wood Marsh is working on the designs of two redeveloped train stations in Melbourne’s north, as part of the Victorian government’s level crossing removal project.
Landini Associates’ design of McDonald’s In The Sky at Sydney International Airport combines familiarity with inventiveness to deliver a memorable customer experience.
Woods Bagot has been appointed to design the expansion of Hobart’s airport, which will double the terminal’s footprint and allow for direct international connections.
Genton Architecture has completed a distinctive $50 million train station at Frankston in Melbourne’s south-east.
A two-stage competitive process to find the architect of the new Western Sydney Airport terminal has begun.
Bureau Proberts is behind the design of a Transit Oriented Development proposal to rework Ferny Grove station, 11 kilometres north-west of the Brisbane CBD.
A proposal for the development of government-owned land around an under-construction Sydney metro station would bring higher-density residential buildings to western Sydney.
Woods Bagot and John McAslan and Partners will design the biggest upgrade to Central Station in decades.
The Victorian government has released new visions of Frankston station in south-eastern Melbourne by Genton Architecture and McGregor Coxall.
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The Queensland government has approved a $158 million “mega-cruise ship terminal” for Brisbane, with a design team comprising Arup and Arkhefield.
British architecture practice Rogers Stirk Harbour and Partners will join the team designing “Australia’s largest city making project.”
The NSW government has confirmed plans to expand the scope of the proposed Parramatta Light Rail line.
Melbourne’s underground rail project also contains a plan to actively improve, increase and preserve Melbourne’s inner-city “living infrastructure.”
GHD Woodhead and Weston Williamson and Partners will design three stations for a new rail line linking central Perth with its airport.