Australia is experiencing major infrastructure and housing transformations in order to support its growing population and economy.
Following are the top eight development and infrastructure projects nearmap has identified as having shown significant change over time from a unique bird's eye view.
Drag the line in the centre of the image to see the change.
Elizabeth Quay, Perth
This iconic redevelopment near completion is a major initiative to connect Perth City with the Swan River. See a section of this amazing transformation from 2010 to now:
Point Cook, Victoria
Point Cook in Victoria has experienced huge residential growth in the past few years. This area has become a magnet for first home buyers. See the residential housing expansion from 2010 to now:
A motorway scheme in Sydney that has been described as the biggest transport project since the Sydney Harbour Bridge. The aim of this project is to create jobs, connect communities and ease congestions. Take a look at the change that has occurred since April last year to now:
Identified as being one of Australia's fasted growing suburbs. Crace is a suburb in canberra that has gone from bare earth to a bustling community. nearmap has captured this transformation since 2010 in great detail - see below:
Central Park, Chippendale Sydney
Sydney's new downtown! This sensational redevelopment went from blank dirt canvas to a bustling urban village in just a few years:
Brisbane Airport's New Parallel Runway
This new runway is the biggest aviation project in Australia, when complete will give Brisbane the best runway system in the country. See it's progression since 2013:
Being able to track the life of a project over time doesn’t just enable developers to see what has changed, but more crucially allows them to anticipate the challenges and needs of the site and surrounding area. Find out more about nearmap