"For example, if affordable residential land were to be released on the edge of the urban growth boundary it would create a new set of transport and education challenges."
Infrastructure A-Z - Melbourne: Global Smart City
"For most of its history, urban Australia has relied almost exclusively on cheap and plentiful potable water from dams, reservoirs and groundwater supplies. This approach is no longer tenable, exposing the nation to the risk that rainfall reliant methods will not supply adequate water to sustain competing urban, rural and environmental requirements."
Water infrastructure - Rebuilding the Nation: Australasia's infrastructure on the move, 2010 Edition
"The plan aims to remedy over-allocation of scarce water resources in the region, restoring water to the environment to save native plant, bird and animal populations and the ecosystem itself. Proposals suggest moving between 3,000 and 4,000 gigalitres per year - which has been compared with the volume of Sydney Harbour - from existing human and irrigation uses to the environment."
Its ebbs and flows - Rebuilding the Nation: Australasia's infrastructure on the move, 2011 Edition
"Private-sector involvement in public hospital infrastructure development has also increased, with governments around the country supplementing traditional procurement models with public-private partnerships (PPPs)."
Health infrastructure - Rebuilding the Nation: Australasia's infrastructure on the move, 2010 Edition
"While the great galleries of Europe and North America cater for predominantly international visitors, the NGV boasts a majority local contingent among its patrons. Whether this is testament to the city's abundance of art lovers or simply its distance from the rest of the world, the NGV thrives on this disproportionate local interest." Click the image to read the full article.