Stockland and the Australian Museum have partnered for the Future Now exhibition across Stockland’s New South Wales and Queensland retail town centres.

The interactive exhibition demonstrates how local communities can create a brighter future and a more sustainable way of living through current technologies and approaches. Centred on three dioramas including Smart Towns, Clever Homes and Caring for our Country, customers and communities can discover ways to help create safe, clean and healthy futures.

Stockland national manager for group sustainability, Amy Hogan said Stockland welcomed the opportunity to collaborate with the Australian Museum for the fourth time.

“We are thrilled to once again work with the Australian Museum on the tailored exhibition that shares sustainable solutions with the community in a fun and educational format. The collaboration aligns perfectly with our purpose that there is a better way to live,” she said.

Australian Museum director and CEO, Kim McKay AO, said that Future Now is part of a suite of exhibitions and activities around climate change, including the newly established AM Climate Solutions Centre which presents cutting edge research and technological solutions.

“As Australia’s first museum, and as the custodian of our vast collection, the AM is dedicated to inspiring conversation and change. As a leader in natural history and scientific research, we are in a position to champion action on climate change and with the support of Stockland Australia, we are able to provide a wider platform,” McKay said.

The Future Now exhibition is part of Stockland’s 2030 vision to regenerate the environment, ignite inclusive prosperity, and inspire people to thrive. The partnership and exhibition aims to educate and empower Australians to think about how they can make their future more sustainable.

Customers will also have an opportunity to enter a competition for a chance to win a $10,000 week-long family holiday to Fraser Island, featuring private tours, local experiences and more. To enter visit, T&Cs apply.

Stockland Burleigh Heads in Queensland kicked off the tour on 4 July for the month. The exhibit will then travel to Stockland Green Hills in New South Wales in August, before heading down to Stockland Wetherill Park and Stockland Shellharbour the following months.