Coorong Healthy Highways is an innovative partnership project to help local cafes, restaurants and other food outlets create healthier menus, and promote them to support healthier lifestyles for the Coorong community and its visitors.
Lochiel Park Green Village was developed as a practical demonstration of planned sustainable living set within natural parklands. This development highlights best practice environmental design principles, which can be applied in improving health and wellbeing outcomes.
Bendigo and Adelaide Bank is an 11 storey purpose-built office tower now home to more than 1,100 of the Bank’s staff. The building’s five star Green Star architectural design and fit out aims to increase workplace health and wellbeing through innovative and environmentally sound building and design features.
The 2016 Festival of Mud was a program of outdoor play activities for parents and children, as well as a school holiday program which was nature-themed. Activities included Mud Play, Recycle Craft Storytime, Parkour, Cubby Building and Nature Crafts.
The Adelaide Design Manual sets the direction and standards regarding the design and management of high-quality, durable, flexible, accessible and sustainably designed public spaces in the City of Adelaide.
The Manual builds on the city’s current strengths and draws from past experiences, locally, nationally and internationally, in urban design and sustainability principles providing future design direction for public spaces.
The Barossa Council has developed the Bike-Friendly Barossa behaviour change initiative and launched the Barossa Cycle Hub, the first regional cycle hub in South Australia. These complementary projects have involved a significant investment in cycling infrastructure and facilities, with the aim of increasing opportunities for transport and leisure cycling. In addition, cycling education and facilities support social connections and community engagement, removing barriers to participation.