Australasian Green Infrastructure Network

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Connecting Australasia's Green Infrastructure

About us

Started by a group of passionate urban greeners across government, industry and research sectors in 2021, we incorporated as an association in 2022.

Our mission is to bring government, industry and researchers together to achieve high quality green infrastructure, focusing on green roofs, walls and facades.

Our Vision

Healthier, liveable and climate-resilient communities with high quality urban green infrastructure across Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand

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What we do


Expanding the network of Australasian Green Infrastructure professionals

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Advocating for and promoting the benefits of high-quality Green Infrastructure across Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand


Best Practice

Strengthening guidelines and improving policy

Come Join Us

Please contact us if you are interested in joining our mailing list or supporting AGIN by volunteering or making a financial donation. Our inaugural Annual General Meeting will be held in mid-2023.


I started AGIN, to create a community of Green Infrastructure practitioners who are championing the greening of our cities and environments across Australia

Gail Hall - Co Founder, AGIN

This emerging network of Green Infrastructure practitioners is well-placed to transform our urban environments into thriving ecosystems

Ben Nicholson - Co Founder, AGIN

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The incorporation of AGIN as an association has been proudly supported by:

Andrea Pianella

Ben Nicholson

Brod Street

Evergreen Infrastructure

Elizabeth Phillips

Fytogreen Australia

Gail Hall

Ian Shears

Jane Sharman

Jeremy Rose

Joe Glesta

Joerg Werdin

John Rayner


Laura Geoghegan

Mitchell Clouten

Sebastian Pfautsch

Stephen Livesley

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Thami Croeser

Warwick Savvas

Australasian Green Infrastructure Network

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We acknowledge the First Nations people of the lands and waters across which our members are spread. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present. We acknowledge the important cultural role water, flora and fauna have in our urban landscapes and the benefits for our cities when these elements are allowed to perform their cultural functions as well as their environmental functions.