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ž is made of many member coming from different areas and with different perspectives and focuses.

ž encourages and fosters grass-root led networks that form around a common interest or location.


Young Planners

We’re not talking about age here. A Young Planner is someone with less than five years of post-graduate experience in planning or a planning-related field. They’re new to the industry and need our support, now more than ever.

We created Young Planners Groups in every state & territory to connect, support and empower new planning professionals, graduates and students.

From professional development opportunities and specialised networks, to social events and representation on our committees, we’re making sure our Young Planners are ready to shape tomorrow.

Check out your local Young Planner group:

NSW QLD SA TAS VIC WA


Women in Planning / Women's Planning Network

The Women in Planning or Women's Planning Network provides a space for all women in the planning profession to network and meet other like-minded professionals, discuss issues and find support for professional development from other women, as well as, advocate to increase gender equity in our profession, across all levels.

Break the Bias | International Women's Day 2022

Check out your local group:

ACT NSW QLD SA TAS VIC WA


Branches

Branches are based on geographically distinct areas and currently operate in the following regions:

  • NSW:
    • Hunter Region
    • Northern
    • Riverina
    • Southern
  • QLD:
    • Central Queensland
    • Darling Downs/Lockyer Valley
    • Gold Coast
    • North Queensland
    • Sunshine Coast
    • Tropical North Queensland
    • Wide Bay Burnett
    • South East Queensland


Networks

ž helps facilitate members coming together to form special interest networks. These are grass roots led networks that centre around shared interests e.g. Transport, Social Planning etc.

To set up a local network of planners contact your local division office.