Finding solutions to Yalata’s roads

Spending $50,000 challenges a team of UniSA students as they travel to the remote Aboriginal community of Yalata. Having won government funding in the first stage of the Yalata roads and drainage project students now needed to find and cost solutions to the problems previously identified. The project was not without complications but proved invaluable for the … Continue reading Finding solutions to Yalata’s roads


Yalata road and drainage project wins $50 000

The Yalata Project has now entered its second phase with civil engineering students hoping to work with Engineers Without Borders to improve the roads and drainage of the community. Yalata Chief Executive Officer, Greg Franks says there are many projects for students to be involved in like the bush medicine garden, oval greening and the … Continue reading Yalata road and drainage project wins $50 000