Australian Institute of Landscape Architects

National Association:

Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA)

Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia
Delegate:
Greg Grabasch

Greg is Principal founder of UDLA and has over 20 years’ experience in the environment and developme

Recognized Programmes:

AILA is the peak national organisation representing and harnessing the collective interests of the Australian Landscape Architecture profession and oversees the professional recognition of Registered Landscape Architects. AILA has a rapidly growing membership with the current membership of 1,700 expected to increase to 2,000 members in the next three years.  AILA is the vehicle by which the Landscape Architecture profession is able to raise awareness, initiate and lead engagement with the wider community on issues of strategic importance to the natural and built environment.  AILA provides leadership in the education, professional development and ethical behaviour of members and to influence decision making in response to the evolving knowledge, understanding and requirements of people, natural and built environments.  AILA actively anticipates and develops a leading position on issues of concern relating to the design, planning, management and stewardship of the natural and built environment. It seeks to be comprehensively acknowledged in this role by allied professions, political and community leaders and the wider public.