Be inspired by thought leaders on what’s possible for Gungahlin Town Centre East in 2050.

Thank you to everyone who joined us on Wednesday 2 November to hear from five leading practitioners on their unique perspective and ideas for creating a sustainable, community-focussed and vibrant town centre in Gungahlin.

  • Future culture - Learn about our areas Ngunnawal cultural and heritage: Richie Allan from Traditional Owners Aboriginal Corporation
  • Future work, play and life - Consider the future trends shaping how we might live, work and play in thriving suburban town centres in 2050: Norion Ubechel, Co-Founder, Chief Strategy & Impact Officer from Place Intelligence
  • Future community - Next generation civic and community amenities: Justine Hyde, Director Creative City at City of Melbourne
  • Future cities - What we need to be considering in major urban transformation projects - Kirsty White, Urban Strategist, Lendlease
  • Future economy – Explore future economic policy challenges and issues: Patrick Fensham, Principal and Partner, SGS Economics

Panellists then explored their views on priorities and ideas for Gungahlin Town Centre East through a facilitated panel discussion.

We had a live scribe capturing the conversation as it took place - see the image below to explore the key themes that were discussed.

Live scribe output from panel discussion

Richie Allen

Traditional Owners Aboriginal Corporation

Norion Ubechel

Place Intelligence

Kirsty White


Justine Hyde

City of Melbourne

Patrick Fensham

SGS Economics