Welcome to the Green Building Council of Australia
Launched in 2002, the GBCA is a national, not-for-profit organisation that is committed to developing a sustainable property industry for Australia by encouraging the adoption of green building practices. It is uniquely supported by both industry and governments across the country.
Mission The Green Building Council's mission is to develop a sustainable property industry for Australia and drive the adoption of green building practices through market-based solutions.
Objectives Its key objectives are to drive the transition of the Australian property industry towards sustainability by promoting green building programs, technologies, design practices and operations as well as the integration of green building initiatives into mainstream design, construction and operation of buildings.
Thu 16 Apr 2015 GBCA news | Consider the buildings that lift your spirit. The sails of the Sydney Opera House? The soaring ceiling of Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris? The quirky...
Thu 16 Apr 2015 GBCA media releases | The GBCA has forged a new partnership with the Australian Supply Chain Sustainability School to fast-track the industry’s green skills.
Thu 2 Apr 2015 GBCA media releases | The GBCA has awarded Stockland a 6 Star Green Star – Communities rating for its Caloundra South development in Queensland.
Tue 31 Mar 2015 GBCA media releases | The returned Baird Government has an unparalleled opportunity to deliver buildings and communities that are healthy, productive and efficient.
Tue 31 Mar 2015 GBCA media releases | A new partnership between the GBCA and the Green Building Information Gateway (GBIG) will showcase Australia’s green building capabilities.
Mon 27 Apr 2015 Events | SYDNEY
Mon 27 Apr 2015 Events | This webinar is suitable for GSAPs and industry experts who wish to gain greater insight into the Green Star project certification process.
Tue 28 Apr 2015 Events | BRISBANE
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Mon 4 May 2015 Events | SYDNEY Help us raise that status of gender equality in the property industry at the next instalment of ‘Leading Green Women’.