Rebecca Field




Rebecca has over 23 years’ experience as a specialist in the areas of real estate, development, development finance and infrastructure law.

She provides legal, strategic and risk management advice to Australia’s largest companies, foreign investors and governments, and is an experienced leader on large development projects.

Rebecca advises clients in relation to mixed-use, residential, commercial and industrial property development and redevelopment. She also advises on joint ventures, capital transactions and acquisitions and disposals of pastoral, agricultural and tourism assets, as well as the financing of those transactions.

Rebecca is the Deputy Chair of DevelopmentWA.

Key deals

Cedar Woods

Advised Cedar Woods Properties on the development of one of the largest residential rooftop solar microgrids in Australia with energy operator and retailer, Zenith Energy. The innovative project involves the installation of solar generating infrastructure on single residential homes at Cedar Woods’ development in Eglinton, Western Australia with the embedded electricity network connected to the South West Interconnected System grid and Zenith-owned battery storage assets. Rebecca provided strategic advice on marketing and sales implications, tenure arrangements, infrastructure delivery and long term commercial return arrangements.

Northern Territory Government

Advising the Northern Territory in relation to the Darwin Region Water Supply Infrastructure Project, a project on the Infrastructure Australia Priority List with secured funding. Rebecca leads a multi-disciplinary team of partners and lawyers from across Australia working on DRWSIP, which is the largest ever water infrastructure project undertaken in the Northern Territory.


Advised Cbus Property Pty Ltd on its acquisition of a 50% interest in the property located at 9 The Esplanade in Perth’s CBD and a 50% interest in the developer of the property. This involved due diligence reporting followed by negotiating complex project documentation, property sale documentation and co-ownership documentation in tandem.


Advised CBA on financing the development of the Murdoch Health and Knowledge Precinct and a restructure of the project to facilitate investment by a sovereign wealth fund. MHKP is a precinct development comprising five buildings bringing together aged care, a day hospital, specialist medical suites, a Marriott hotel, a medi-hotel, commercial offices, residential apartments, a child care centre and food, beverage and retail outlets.

Pilbara Ports Authority

Advising Pilbara Ports Authority in relation to the Port Hedland Voluntary Buy-Back Scheme. Advising on strategic and structural matters in relation to the construction of the Scheme and drafting contracts and giving advice in relation to transactional aspects of the Scheme.