Category: Our Work

Amazing adaptations: the master of disguise
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Amazing adaptations: the master of disguise

Australian Giant Cuttlefish are masters of disguise and intrigue. They can hide in plain sight, impersonate their fellows with ease and lure in unsuspecting prey – all by using one of nature’s most awe-inspiring adaptations...

Help us connect people with Port Phillip Bay
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Help us connect people with Port Phillip Bay

‘Why are you going to Melbourne? There’s no diving there!’ This is the sentence I used to hear as an enthusiastic marine biologist working as a dive instructor and heading to Melbourne for my PhD. I would often get quite a few Australian customers when working in the industry in Vietnam and all of them...

Talking to the Shoreline
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Talking to the Shoreline

Located along the well-trodden track that leads to where surfers regularly head down to the waves below, Point Leo’s ecopoetry trail encourages walkers to catch a glimpse of Western Port Bay’s shimmering blue waters behind each verse of the poem, seamlessly blending the artistic with the marine. Written by Michelle Leber, ‘Talking to the Shoreline’...

National Eucalypt Day 2018
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National Eucalypt Day 2018

Remember The Wild was contracted by Eucalypt Australia to run a social media and communications campaign around National Eucalypt Day 2018, with the aim of promoting the fantastic activities happening around the country to the public and relevant media, and to engage and grow Eucalypt Australia’s following on social media. Overall, we saw a huge...

The road to nature: connecting VicRoads staff with the environment
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The road to nature: connecting VicRoads staff with the environment

VicRoads has asked us to help them raise the profile of nature within their organisation. We’ve started designing and deploying guided experiences with the aim of better connecting road engineers, project managers, surveillance officers, and ground crews with the natural environment. In doing so, we hope to increase the environmental values of VicRoads employees and...