Robert Pradolin GAICD


With over 40 years of experience in the property industry, Robert Pradolin has a career that spans a comprehensive range of residential typologies, giving him unique insights into the entire housing spectrum. His 18-year tenure as General Manager of Frasers Property Australia (formerly Australand) is a testament to his commitment to creating sustainable, people-centred communities. 

As an Executive Director of Housing All Australians, a for-purpose organisation, Robert, and his fellow directors, represent the voice of the private sector in addressing the national housing crisis. This organisation believes in the vital economic importance of housing all Australians, rich or poor, and advocates for new and innovative housing solutions. He takes pride in working with a board of value-aligned individuals, each contributing their diverse skills and competencies towards a shared purpose.

Robert also holds board positions with Homes Tasmania and Liverty Housing (formerly known as Summer Housing), reflecting his dedication to fostering a variety of housing types to meet diverse societal needs. His previous roles include significant tenures on the UDIA Board (Victoria), the Property Council of Australia’s Victorian Divisional Council, and the HIA Regional Executive Committee for Victoria. Additionally, he is a past member of the PCA Residential Development Council, Salvation Army Housing, the Heritage Council of Victoria, Liveable Housing Australia, and the Victorian Board of Advisors of the Property Industry Foundation. 

Robert Pradolin's commitment to reshaping the Australian housing narrative is deeply rooted in his belief that housing is a fundamental human need. He understands that neglecting this need can lead to profound economic and social consequences for Australia. For Robert, the path forward is clear: doing nothing is not an option. 

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