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Making Cities Liveable Conference
16 – 17 July 2018

Safe Cities Conference
18 July 2018

Pullman Melbourne on the Park, Victoria

Returning to Melbourne in July 2018 is the the joint initiative of the 11th Making Cities Liveable Conference and the 4th Safe Cities Conference.

In 2017 we welcomed over 300 delegates with an informative program of 115 presentations across 3 days.  With 2018 set to be bigger and better, save the date and visit the Conference websites to see how you can

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11th Making Cities Liveable Conference

This Conference will continue to explore the liveability of our metropolitan and regional urban centres, with an emphasis on who is leading the renewal, the importance of collaboration and co-design and what aspects are important to implement strategies
that result in sustainable economic, social and environmental successes.

Discussions will highlight sustainable transport solutions, greening and redesign of cities, renewing regional areas, integrating community decisions, government policy, health and wellbeing and strategies for environment implementation.

See our new look website at

4th Safe Cities Conference

A Collaborative Approach: Designing and Improving Safety’ is the theme for the 2018 Conference.

Be part of the discussion on crime prevention, public area safety, person oriented city design and reveal the latest research, new initiatives and long term strategies on how to keep our cities safe.

Express your interest or register at

Call for Abstracts

The Call for Abstracts is now open for both Conferences and will close Friday 6 April 2018. With a diverse range of topics covered for each event, this is your opportunity to showcase your latest project, case study, program or research

Be part of the voice in making change to our cities. Visit the Conference websites to find out more and to submit an abstract.

Your key contacts

Isabel Venables, Making Cities Liveable Conference Secretariat

Sarah Jones, Safe Cities Conference Secretariat

Secretariat Office
Ph: 07 5502 2068
A: PO Box 29, Nerang, QLD 4211

Bec Byrnes, Partnerships


Hayley Pena, Program Research


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