Simon Brown

BArch, University of Adelaide
BASc Biodiversity & Conservation (Hons), Flinders University
Dip. Horticulture, TAFE NSW


Simon Brown is an awarded urban designer and landscape ecologist with more than 20 years’ national and international project experience.


His career spans the disciplines of Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Urban as well as Nature Conservation Planning/Design. Simon is a strong and passionate advocate for the natural environment, with a keen sense for ensuring urban landscapes fit harmoniously within, and wherever possible celebrate, the role and functioning of natural ecosystems.

Simon is experienced in all stages of the development, documentation and delivery of major high profile urban design and infrastructure projects including the Wild Sea marine animal exhibit at Melbourne Zoo, the North Terrace Cultural Precinct Redevelopment Stages 1, 2 & 3, the Botanic Gardens of Adelaide Landscape Master Plan, the Adelaide Airport Redevelopment, and the Manly Corso Redevelopment in Sydney.

Simon has proven ability and experience in the conception, collaboration and realisation of projects across locations as varied as inner city Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and Adelaide, to Kakadu National Park, Byron Bay and Mossman Gorge in the Daintree National Park, and the arid lands of northern SA and far-western NSW.