Top of page
Global Site Navigation

Centre for Planning

Local Section Navigation

Help us improve our content by rating this page.

Page rating system

Please tell us why your content rating for this page is low.
If you'd rather not, just click Submit.

You are here:
ECU is currently converting this web content to a more mobile friendly format. If you find the content below is not formatting correctly during this transition please view on desktop browser.
Main Content


The Centre for Planning offers planning courses with a strong practical orientation as well as a national and international research focus covering areas such as sustainable water planning, development standards and sustainable travel behaviours.

All courses have embedded graduate attributes such as oral and written communication skills, critical thinking and problem solving abilities and students are able to specialise in a particular area of planning.

Student testimonials

Jessica Stojkovski Thumbnail

"ECU gets the mix right between theory and practical learning."

Jessica Stojkovski

Planning student

Lucy Shurman Thumbnail

"At ECU you have the freedom to study the way you want."

Lucy Shurman

Planning student

Samuel Yaksich Thumbnail

"Planning at ECU prepares you for the real challenges of the profession."

Samuel Yaksich

Urban and Regional Planning student

News & events

Planning students have a say in Yanchepâs future Thumbnail

Planning students have a say in Yanchep's future

Bachelor of Planning students had a taste of what their careers are likely to be like as part of a Masterclass hosted by the Yanchep Beach Joint Venture.

There's a host of research and teaching projects at ECU contributing to our community's sustainability. Thumbnail

Making a difference through sustainability

While climate change remains a contentious political subject in Australia the hip pocket benefits of being more sustainable in business and everyday life are already proven.

Student prize evening 2013 Thumbnail

Outstanding students rewarded

The Faculty of Business and Law recently recognised more than 60 students as part of the Faculty's Student Prize Evening.

See more news
Skip to top of page