The Victorian Government recently announced a rental relief package to support tenants who are “experiencing rental hardship due to COVID-19” (Department of Health and Human Services, 2020). Eligible renters who are unable to afford rent, can access a one-off payment of up to $2000, with the aim of avoiding evictions during the current state of emergency. […]
AURIN has secured access to high quality building data for Australia.
PSMA have released their Geoscape building data through the AURIN Portal.
The data will be available by application and priority will be given for academic projects with the greatest research impact potential.
NCRIS-enabled projects AURIN and TERN are delivering data and analysis tools to support research and planning for more sustainable urban environments.
Explore the free urban and environmental data and services that make informed planning and policy-making possible
Future Earth Australia, a program of the Australian Academy of Science, have launched The Sustainable Cities and Regions 10 Year Strategy to Enable Urban Systems Transformation.
AURIN took part in the consultation and supports the recommendations through our data, workbench and network.
Welcome to AURIN from AURIN on Vimeo. Australia’s population is predicted to double by mid-century, with 7 out of 10 people living and working in just 5 mega-metro regions. AURIN—the ‘Australian Urban Research Infrastructure Network’ —is a national service that empowers urban researchers, planners and policy makers to transform Australia’s growing population centres and regions […]
AURIN continues to work with data partners in unlocking data that enables Australia’s researchers to conduct their research efficiently and effectively. We are happy to announce that, in partnership with Bicycle Network and the Australian National Data Service (ANDS), AURIN users now have access to the Super Tuesday 2015 Data via the AURIN Portal. Run by Bicycle Network, […]
How an eye in the sky can help make cities more walkable, liveable and resilient CSIRO researchers have found a way to turn bird’s eye view photographs of our cities into useful digital maps that could help planners make our cities more liveable and provide emergency services with valuable information. Dr Greg Foliente and his […]
Ecosystems are inherently spatial. We need to know where different species, land use and human settlements are and how they’re interconnected. Now the science needed to secure the future of Australia’s unique ecosystems in the face of growing pressures will benefit from AURIN’s geospatial expertise. Dr Serryn Eagleson, AURIN’s Data, Business and Applications Manager, has been invited to join […]