The Griffith Centre for Coastal Management has organised a BeachCare event this Saturday from 9am to 11am at North Burleigh with Gold Coasters encouraged to lend a helping hand..
Gold Coast residents are being encouraged to do their part for International Coastal Cleanup Day on September 17 and make the city’s beaches pristine as part of this month's community event, which is being cordinated by BeachCare.
The talents of a group of first-year Griffith University architecture students are about to be rewarded with construction and installation of their designs to enhance the Gold Coast's Chinatown precinct
If Griffith architecture student Matthew Boyle has any say on the Gold Coast’s controversial cruise ship terminal, it will look a lot like this. Matthew’s proposed design, to be situated on Wavebreak Island, focuses on the spatial qualities of the Gold Coast in an attempt to reveal the city’s landscape to visitors in an abstract way. […]
Life's a clean beach for the Griffith Centre for Coastal Management, which has played a crucial role in Burleigh winning a major award from Keep Queensland Beautiful
Following a double win at the 2015 Australian Coastal Awards, Gold Coast Mayor Tom Tate visited The Griffith Centre for Coastal Management today to recognise the success of the partnership and highlighted his commitment to investing a further $4.4 million to the Centre.
Architecture student Miyuki Suzuki wins American Society of Architectural Illustrators award.