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Lorrae Wild

Managing Lead - landscape architecture and urban design, public infrastructure

Lorrae Wild
Lorrae Wild

Lorrae Wild is a registered landscape architect and urban designer. She is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Landscape Architecture. Lorrae's distinguished service to planning and design of Australian public infrastructure is recognised with:

  • National Award, Leadership in Public Design and Delivery - VicRoads (Australian Institute of Landscape Architects)

Building on 20 years' experience as a Principal Landscape Architect and Urban Designer with VicRoads, Lorrae leads the advice and advocacy for the Government Architect's transport team. She is a specialist in the design, delivery and planning of complex public infrastructure projects.

In addition, Lorrae has co-authored several peer reviewed papers on progressive transport design. She has played a significant role in shaping the following important transport projects in Victoria:

  • Level Crossing Removal program.
  • Melbourne Metro stations.
  • Major freeway infrastructure including the Craigieburn Bypass and the North East Link.
  • Major freeway and bypass infrastructure.
  • Walking and cycling infrastructure including pedestrian bridges and the Yarra Darebin Trail.

Lorrae is a member of the Victorian Design Review Panel. She also serves on design juries.

Lorrae's qualifications include:

  • Bachelor of Landscape Architecture (RMIT University)
  • Fellow of Cranlana Centre for Ethical Leadership (Monash University)

Lorrae is passionate about delivering high-quality integrated design outcomes for city-shaping infrastructure projects.

Reviewed 14 February 2023