Building Information Modelling (BIM) is more than just the adoption of digital modelling technologies for design and construction; it’s about bringing fundamental changes to how organisations procure and manage their projects end-to-end. Australia still has a long way to go before BIM is mandated on a national scale. Thus far, only the Queensland Government has introduced a policy – back in 2018 – to support the development of BIM principles for the state’s future infrastructure planning. This is not enough. A private sector keen to stay globally relevant and the growth of institutional BIM education are all continuously pushing for BIM to be nationally recognized as the key that unlocks greater value for Australia’s construction projects.