RESOURCES

Australian Bureau of Statistics (2008). Sydney: A Social Atlas. ABS Catalogue No. 2030.1. Belconnen, ACT: Australian Bureau of Statistics.

Blacktown Arts Centre

Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre

Fitted for Work

GWS growth

Hawkesbury Environment Network

Hawkesbury Harvest

ICE (Information and Cultural Exchange)
Examples of projects: Pearls of Granville, The Calling

Kingswood Public School

Landcare and Bush Regeneration: UWS, Bushcare Volunteers of Sydney, Sydney Metropolitan Catchment Management Authority, Catchment Management Authority Hawkesbury-Nepean

Mamre House

Men’s Sheds various, across Sydney Riverlands

Metropolitan Strategy of Sydney 2031 (Draft)

Miller, K. Books, T. Hugh, A. & Senn, A. for The Turf Growers Association of NSW (2005). “A History of the Turf Growing Industry in the Hawkesbury Valley”

Murrumittigar

Office of Sustainability, UWS

Parramatta City Council

Parramatta Climate Action Network

Parramatta Park

Penrith City Council

Penrith Progression

Permaculture Sydney West

Stronger Voice for GWS

Stronger Voice Partnership: Tri Community Exchange, Westir: social data on Western Sydney, Western Sydney Community Forum

“Take Back Property: Commoning” in Gibson-Graham, JK et al (2013) Take Back the Economy: an ethical guide for transforming our communities

Transitions Parramatta

Water in the Landscape

Western Sydney Parklands Trust

Western Sydney Riverlands (an introduction)
Segment of a presentation and accompanying speech transcript given at UWS Institute for Culture and Society by Professor Helen Armstrong of the Mapping Urban Resilience Research group

Western Sydney Trade and Investment Pocket Profile

WSROC (Western Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils)

WSROC. 2008. An Agenda for Sustainability and Wellbeing for Western Sydney. Blacktown: WSROC

WSROC. 2011. Future Directions Western Sydney 2030: Discussion Paper.Balmain: Arup Strategies for Change