University of Melbourne architecture students have built much-needed facilities in the remote Indigenous communities of Areyonga and Amoonguna in the Northern Territory. The initiative is part of the Bower Studio program, a subject offered through the university’s Masters of Architecture, and supported by the MacDonnell Regional Council.

Every year since 2008, Bower Studio participants have built facilities in remote Australia, Papua New Guinea or Thailand that have contributed to community health and wellbeing.

Read more at The University of Melbourne.

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