Who Are We_____

We’re leaders in creating breathtaking places, which also connect, nurture, enable and leave a lasting legacy.

We do this by balancing the brightest ideas with the most pragmatic ones – achieved by listening deeply, thinking responsibly, collaborating openly, delivering consistently, and advising honestly – and we have for decades.

Tract is a national planning and design practice specialising in town planning, urban design, landscape architecture and associated digital media.

As planners and designers our charter is to deliver sustainable and memorable solutions, shaping places for living, leisure and work, and the infrastructure that supports and connects these places. We do this by harnessing the strength and diversity of our collective expertise.

Our comprehensive planning and design services, and the scale and pedigree of our practice provide the capacity to address projects of all scales and complexities.

After 40 years of practice, we continue to evolve so that we shape contemporary thinking, working in partnership with our clients to deliver compelling solutions. This is because technology, community aspirations and responsibilities to the local and global environments do not remain static.
Our collaborative planning and design approach equips us to undertake large-scale, complex environmental and urban projects.

Project outcomes benefit from our inter-disciplinary cohort, as well as our established networks throughout the private sector and all tiers of government.

We pair a comprehensive knowledge of policy and process, with resourceful approaches to solution making.

As planners and designers our charter is to positively impact built environments and the communities they support. We shape places for civic interaction, conduits for movement, places to live, work and visit. Tract, as town planner, urban designer, and landscape architect, spans the range of project types from infrastructure to institutions, new towns to waterfronts, parks to private garden. Our work is highly regarded by our peers and industry which is reflected in the honor rolls of design competitions and awards.

We are equipped to respond to new challenges - addressing climatic, demographic and spatial pressures to optimise tangible outcomes. Internally, we invest in a culture of inquiry. Our group is involved in professional associations, industry, cultural programs and academia. We undertake design and ideas competitions, conduct forums and, engage in public discourse – to maintain active engagement and participation in current practice.