Roadshow 2023: Future Cities and Regions

Future Cities and Regions Roadshow

November 14-29, 2023
SA | NSW | QLD | VIC | WA | NZ | ACT

Event Overview

Leveraging Connectivity, Mobility and Infrastructure to create the Future

The Public Sector Network’s 2023 Future Cities and Regions Roadshow is providing an invaluable opportunity for state and local government to come together to collaborate on cross-agency integration of smart technology.

This series will head to four cities across Australia and New Zealand providing an opportunity to network and collaborate with leaders in the field and highlight case studies specific to each state to understand how we can leverage connectivity, mobility, transport and infrastructure to build ANZ’s future cities that are scalable and sustainable.

Benefits of Attending

Discover how spatial solutions are being utilised by government in infrastructure planning and delivery

Learn how to leverage digital innovations to deliver major infrastructure projects efficiently

Explore the benefits and applications of spatial data in the public sector

Unpack strategies on maximising infrastructure investment with digital engineering and planning technologies

Your 2022 Inspiring Speakers

VIC – 11 OctoberQLD – 12 OctoberNZ – 13 OctoberSA – 19 OctoberWA – 20 October

Dr Allison Kealy
Executive Director, Surveying and Spatial, Department of Environment, Land,
Water and Planning

Andrew Henshaw
Director Data Strategy,
Department of Transport Victoria

Florian van den Corput
Senior Advisory Circular Economy,
Sustainability Victoria

Rachel Ollivier
Interim Chief Executive Officer,
City of Darebin

Robert Stopajnik
Development Director, Urban Renewal, Development Victoria

David Henderson
Head of Infrastructure and Programs,
Ports Victoria

Stephen Read
Manager, Service Management
and Infrastructure Services,
Environment Protection Authority

Steven Murray
Clayton Utz

Dr Liz Young
Director, Environmental Planning,
Department of Environment and Science

Chris Bulloch
Executive Director, Integrated Solutions,
Urban Utilities Queensland

Mark Pitt
Chief Executive Officer,
South Burnett Regional Council

Tania Orr
Manager Transport Planning and Operations, Brisbane City Council

Steven Jacoby PSM
Executive Director, Spatial Information, Department of Resources

Chris Slocombe
Clayton Utz

Liz Maguire
Chief Digital Officer,
Waka Kotahi NZ Transport

Geoff Cooper
General Manager Strategy,
Infrastructure Commission

Siobhan Procter
Chief Infrastructure Officer,
Wellington City Council

Michael Healy
Smart Cities Programme Manager,
Christchurch City Council

Darek Koper
Acting Group Manager,
Auckland Transport

Hari Sreedhar
Head of Practices and Delivery,
Auckland Council

Stephanie Ward
Partner – Infrastructure and Government Advisor, KPMG New Zealand

Todd Perry
GM, Property and Project Development,
Renewal SA

Cate Hart
Executive Director,
Environment, Heritage and Sustainability,
Department for Environment and Water

Matthew Morrissey
Director Land & Planning, North-South Corridor Program Delivery Office,
Department for Infrastructure and Transport

Tony Harrison
Chief Executive Officer,
City of Marion

Julia Grant
Acting Chief Executive,
City of Onkaparinga

Philipp Dautel
Precinct Director,
Tonsley Innovation District,
Project Delivery and Property,
Renewal SA

Owen Thomas
Deputy CEO,
Infrastructure WA

Rob Thomson
Executive Director Infrastructure,
Department of Education

David Jones
Chief Sustainability Officer,
Department of Communities

Anthony Vuleta
Chief Executive Officer,
Town of Victoria Park

John Clifton
Manager Strategy and Innovation,
Development WA

Noelene Jennings
Director Corporate Strategy and Performance, City of Wanneroo

Joanne Abbiss
Chief Executive Officer,
City of Armadale

Clive Luck
Clayton Utz

2022 Key Sessions

The 2022 Future Cities and Regions Roadshow features the latest initiatives throughout Australia and New Zealand; sharing key projects, best practice and insights via keynote presentations, case studies, panel discussions, and roundtable chats – to connectivity, mobility, transport and infrastructure to build the cities and regions of the future.

Keynote SessionPanel DiscussionConcurrent Roundtables

Maximising Infrastructure Investment using Digital Engineering and Planning Technologies in Project Forecast and Delivery

Harnessing Digital Twin Technology to Plan a Liveable, Sustainable and Resilient Future

Leveraging Smart Mobility to Create Sustainable and Efficient Infrastructure

Leveraging the Latest Technology to Create Connected Cities and Regions of the Future

Roundtable 1

Creating Resilient Connectivity Networks

Roundtable 2

Collecting Data to drive Insight and Enhance Planning

Roundtable 3

Improving Efficiency of Urban Services by Integrating IoT

Your Registration

Live Presentations

Hear from public sector leaders about the latest trends and explore how to instantly apply these insights and gaining unique perspectives


An opportunity to engage with your peers from across the state in dedicated networking sessions, interactive roundtable discussions and meal breaks

Technology Solutions

Hear from leading solutions providers in the government space as they explore key technologies to improve citizen services


Receive on-demand access to session content on the complimentary Public Sector Network social learning platform

What your peers had to say

“Information from presenters was interesting and valuable.”

Transport WA

“Thanks for offering these sessions in our collaborative spaces!”

Glen Eira City Council

“I have recommended colleagues to attend these events.”

Auckland Transport

2022 Event Partners

Host Partner

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