Building better communities 

GWI’s Smart Cities work has helped local governments and cities across Australia build better communities, using data and technology to create efficiencies, improve sustainability and create economic growth.

Here are just some of the Smart City strategies GWI has helped drive.

RAPAD — Smart Central Western Queensland

Central Western Queensland is a broad and beautiful area, rich in history and productive land. The Smart Central Western Queensland strategy was developed to diversify the economy of the region, increase liveability, strengthen the social fabric of the community and reverse de-population.

Cisco — South East Queensland: A Smart Region

In the next decade, South East Queensland will require a potential large investment in infrastructure by state, federal and local governments to support projected growth. A Smart Region builds the case for a shared vision that will change the way we live and the attractiveness of the entire South East for generations.


Rockhampton Regional Council — Rockhampton Region: The Smart Way Forward

Rockhampton is considered the economic, cultural and administrative hub for Central Queensland. The Smart Way Forward works to position the region as a great place to start and run a business, attract future residents to relocate to the region and encourage tourists to return again and again.

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City of Darwin — Smart City Strategy

As the capital of Northern Australia, more than 85,000 people call Darwin home. #SmartDarwin helps the city reimagine its future and cement its reputation as a great place to live, work, learn, visit and do business with. The strategy also forms part of the landmark $200 million Darwin City Deal — a joint initiative to address Darwin’s challenges and drive economic prosperity and sustainable growth.