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Mighty metropolises: What's the future for Australian cities?

What's the future for Australian cities?

Australia is one of the fastest growing developed nations on earth, placing immense pressure on the cities’ infrastructure and housing. The country is expected to soon be home to 38 million people, while Sydney and Melbourne are tipped to push past 8 million residents each by the 2050. But how can these urban centres keep up with rapid growth? Some cities are laying out their vision for the future, but the architects need citizens to buy into their outlook if it is going to become a reality.

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