Where Shade Hits the Pavement – Brisbane


Discover: actionable solutions to combat urban heat and preserve vital green spaces
Engage: with experts in Urban Planning, Sustainability, Healthcare, Environmental Science, and Local Government
Explore: the latest research and trends in green infrastructure
Learn: how sustainable urban planning not only enhances the quality of life but also contributes to the economic well-being of communities
Takeaway: innovative strategies and proven methodologies for creating resilient and sustainable cities

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By |March 11th, 2024||0 Comments


The extent and consequences of humanity’s impacts on the planet are now well understood and increasingly recognisable. This has driven some to propose that the planet is entering a new epoch in its geological history called the Anthropocene – a point in time where most wild places have been substantially modified which […]

By |February 28th, 2024||0 Comments

Stormwater, Environment & Technology | National Conference | Brisbane

As the Stormwater Industry gathers for its first National Conference following COVID19 it is clear that the world has changed, and we are an integrated part of that change. Technology has leapt forward in a significant way. Artificial Intelligence (AI) is now identifying and counting gross pollutants in stormwater. Remote monitoring of floods, structures […]

By |February 21st, 2024||0 Comments

Bolder Goals for Stormwater

This is the decade of change. With unprecedented and mutually reinforcing challenges of climate change, flooding, urbanisation and waterway pollution, the status quo in stormwater is clearly unsustainable. Stormwater Queensland invite you to hear and discuss ‘Bolder Goals for Stormwater’.

This year’s event will be bigger and bolder than last year. We have some excellent […]

By |January 23rd, 2024||0 Comments

Leadership and the Queensland Stormwater Industry

This workshop, presented by Dr André Taylor and hosted by Stormwater Queensland, will explore some principles and concepts of leadership that are relevant to the Queensland stormwater industry’s collective capacity to exert influence, drive positive change and deliver sustainable outcomes (e.g. water sensitive cities). These principles and concepts originate from leadership theory, research findings and case studies of institutional change […]

By |January 23rd, 2024||0 Comments

Stormwater Queensland Networking Drinks

– See you all tonight 6:30pm @ the Barrel Hall, Felons –


Calling all stormwater professionals, engineers, researchers, and enthusiasts! You are cordially invited to a captivating evening of networking at our New Year, New Beginnings 2024 casual drinks event. Connect with like-minded individuals from the stormwater industry, exchange ideas, and forge new collaborations.

In particular, […]

By |January 23rd, 2024||0 Comments


Following on from this year’s successful franc.sydney conference held in March 2023, the Organising Committee invites you to participate in franc.sydney 2024, Charting the Future from Past Lessons, to be held at CommBank Stadium on Wednesday 17 and Thursday 18 April, 2024.

franc.sydney is all about connecting like-minded professionals who are committed to creating a […]

By |September 13th, 2023||0 Comments

Green and Blue by ’32

Stormwater Queensland warmly invites you to register now for this fully catered, interactive whole day event – Green and Blue by ’32, hosted by Queensland Water Modelling Network. This event will help shape thinking, catalyse learning, and foster new connections and collaborations that build momentum towards a green and blue legacy for SEQ after the 2032 Olympic and […]

By |September 13th, 2023||0 Comments

Stormwater Queensland 2023 Annual General Meeting

Stormwater Queensland Committee nominations are now open and will close at 11.00 am on Wednesday, 20th September 2023 for the 2023 Annual General Meeting, which will be held on Wednesday, 4th October 2023 from 11.00 am to 11.30 am via Zoom.

All financial members of Stormwater Queensland are invited to nominate for either a position […]

By |September 13th, 2023||0 Comments

Webinar: Ecological Approach to Bioretention Systems

Bioretention systems (also called biofiltration systems, biofilters, bioretention basins, bioretention systems, bioswales and raingardens) are one of the most commonly applies asset types to assist urban areas in Queensland and elsewhere to be more ‘water sensitive’.

In this webinar, Logan City Council’s WSUD Technical Officer, Jonas Larsen will explain, in true multidisciplinary fashion, the usefulness […]

By |July 26th, 2023||0 Comments