Walker Corporation is an Australian-based privately owned property development company, with an international development portfolio in USA, Canada and Malaysia. It is Australia's largest privately owned development company, being fully owned and operated by its high-profile co-founder and Chairman, Lang Walker.
Most notably, Walker Corporation is responsible for the development and restoration of a number of significant Australian sites, including King Street Wharf, Finger Wharf, Broadway Shopping Centre and Rhodes Waterside shopping centre in Sydney. Walker Corporation recently completed their large Collins Square project in Melbourne's Docklands and is using their IP to develop a new precinct in Parramatta, Sydney. In August 2016 Walker Corporation, a major Liberal party donor, used a meeting with then Minister for the Environment and Energy Josh Frydenberg to lobby for boundary changes to reduce the size of an important internationally listed Ramsar Wetland for its Toondah Harbour apartment and retail development. The company wanted to reclaim and dredge about 40ha of the wetland which is critical in hosting around 20% of the world's migratory Eastern Curlew bird species.
Highest paying job titles at Walker Consultants include Project Manager, Design Engineer, and Sales Representative