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We think differently about shaping the wellbeing of communities.
And we love what we do!


Our aim is to improve public places, reduce social inequalities, and give everyone a voice in the planning of their communities.

We do this by working with our clients on social planning, corporate strategy, project management, community engagement, community planning, and business improvement projects.

Projectura was founded in 2014 and is based regionally on the beautiful Murray River. We travel frequently throughout Australia.

Our approach to each project is the same. We listen deeply to our clients, and ask the right questions to refine the need. Working with our clients we plan how we’ll get to the root of the issue and unearth creative solutions. Insights are carefully captured and considered in order to deliver intelligent and thoughtful solutions. Our projects are designed to create better organisations and deliver meaningful outcomes to communities.

 

Meet the team

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Karina Bonnitcha

Director

Karina has 18 years of public and private sector experience focused on fast tracking community infrastructure and creating great social outcomes for communities. Her work in consulting, retail property management, residential masterplanned communities and local government has shaped her drive to ensure rural and regional communities are empowered to meet the needs of all their residents. Karina founded Projectura out of a desire to work on complex and challenging projects, have more time in her garden (hasn’t happened), and to create the type of communities she would like to live in.

Having grown up in country New South Wales, Karina returned to Corowa NSW a decade ago. When she’s off duty Karina loves to spend time with her husband, two boys and cats (meow) and doesn’t mind a spot of Netflix and crafting.


Kate McRae

Senior Consultant

Kate grew up in the Riverina town of Jerilderie. She believes that rural and regional communities are great places to live and grow up and need to be supported to maintain their unique attributes. Kate has a broad range of work experience which spans the government, private and not for profit sectors. Her drive stems from wanting to see rural places and communities to drive their own future and have equity of access to services and opportunity.

Kate can usually be found either with her head in a book, listening to a podcast, drinking too much coffee, playing with her dog Ziggy at the mighty Murray River or taking a drive around our beautiful countryside.


Lacey Gunn

Projects Officer

Lacey is a regional planner and has worked in Local Government for seven years. Lacey is passionate about keeping rural and regional communities sustainable and thrives on the opportunity to explore how communities are shaped through complex relationships between people, culture and the built and natural environment. She loves engaging with people and planning for liveable, vibrant and engaging neighbourhoods and communities.

Lacey has recently moved to Wangaratta and enjoys travelling abroad, jigsaw puzzles and weekends spent exploring regional areas.


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Proud members of

 

IAP2 (International Association for Public Participation)

 

Place Leaders Asia Pacific

 

Australian Institute of Project Management

 

 


Recent clients.


Work with us.

We’re always on the lookout for like-minded people to join our team.

 

Email us an introduction or application at hello@projectura.com.au

You’ve got nothing to lose. You just might be the right fit to join our small and supportive team and gain experience working on a diverse range of complex projects. We’ve got a fun and sociable office culture, and we offer flexible working arrangements, training, and professional development opportunities. Go on. Get in touch!

 

 

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