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Hashtag Perth
Perth's best kept secret is...Perth
Perth residents are their own worst enemy when it comes to talking up the city’s positive attributes, despite the fact it’s viewed by outsiders to be just as appealing as Melbourne and Sydney and more appealing than Brisbane, Auckland and Singapore. The findings come as part of Committee for Perth’s Hashtag Perth project – a two-year initiative that aims to develop a plan for how best to leverage Perth’s positive attributes and address its weaknesses.
Media Release
PDF | 767.391 KB
June 2019
Hashtag Perth
Hashtag Perth Prospectus
During 2019-21, the Committee for Perth is undertaking the Hashtag Perth project to reposition the region by enhancing its reputation.
Document
PDF | 5.143 MB
June 2019
Perth @ 3.5 Million People
Reputation Key to Shaping Perth
Creating a positive reputation and place branding is about influencing people’s perceptions, however perception of a place is an evolving process with many contributing factors changing it over time.
Media Release
PDF | 504.123 KB
April 2019
Hashtag Perth
FACTBase Bulletin 63 - Perth's Evolving External Reputation as Presented in Published Indices Literature and Media
The latest FACTBase Bulletin by the Committee for Perth reports on the external reputation of Perth in the late twentieth and early twenty-first century. It investigates what characterises a reputation of a city, identifies the influencing factors and looks at how Perth's reputation has evolved. It is the first research output in the Committee for Perth's next major project, Hashtag Perth.
FACTBase Bulletin
PDF | 1.404 MB
April 2019
What We Thought Would Kill Us
Media Release - Learning From Controversial Landmark Developments
Often controversial from the start, the history and outcomes of landmark projects in Perth and in Australia including Perth’s Bell Tower, Perth Passenger Rail, Hillarys Boat Harbour, Raffles Waterfront Development, The Graham Farmer Freeway and Northbridge Tunnel, Perth Arena and the Old Swan Brewery as well as Brisbane’s West Village Development; Sydney’s Barangaroo development; and Melbourne’s Federation Square are examined in the Committee for Perth’s What We Thought Would Kill Us – Learnings and Recommendations report to be released today.
Media Release
PDF | 651.867 KB
April 2019
Transformational Projects
What We Thought Would Kill Us - Learnings and Recommendations
The Committee for Perth has released the latest report in its What We Thought Would Kill Us series, Learnings and Recommendations. This report consolidates and summarises the findings of seven case studies on the most controversial landmark projects in Perth’s recent history and provides 10 recommendations that the city can collectively learn from moving forward, as it continues to expand as an urban environment.
Special Report
PDF | 1.398 MB
April 2019
Local Government
Committee For Perth Submission, Local Government Act Review Phase 2
The Committee supports the proposed objective for Western Australia to have a new, modern Act that empowers local government to be more agile, smart and inclusive. Our submission has been informed by the Committee’s long-term advocacy to reform local government.
Submission
PDF | 7.913 MB
March 2019
Diversity
FACTBase Bulletin 62 - Filling the Pool Starts Early: Learnings from Queensland
The latest FACTBase Bulletin by the Committee for Perth reports on the findings of the Hands up for Gender Equality study, which examines gender differences in career interests and why self-confidence and self-doubt play such a significant role in limiting women’s career progress. Numerous studies into this area have shown women’s level of self-confidence, relative to men’s, declines from the age of nine and remains lower through to their mid-seventies.
FACTBase Bulletin
PDF | 1.499 MB
March 2019
Diversity
Is Self-Confidence Impacting Women in the Workplace?
The latest FACTBase Bulletin by the Committee for Perth reports on the findings of the Hands up for Gender Equality study which examines gender differences in career interests and why self-confidence and self-doubt play such a significant role in limiting women’s career progress.
Media Release
PDF | 538.136 KB
March 2019
Economic Prosperity
Perth as a Smart City of the Future
To further the discussion on Perth’s progress towards becoming a smart city, the Committee for Perth in partnership with Shell, invited members and stakeholders to participate in a workshop. The resulting report, Perth as a Smart City of the Future, contains the collective output of critical deliberations across energy; mobility; environment and water; and urban planning in order for Perth to become a smart city.
Research
PDF | 3.695 MB
February 2019
Acknowledgement of Country

The Committee For Perth acknowledges the traditional custodians throughout Western Australia and their continuing connection to the land, waters and community. We pay our respects to all members of the Aboriginal communities and their cultures; and to Elders both past and present.