Our Work

LOOK AT ME PODCASTS

Produced with The Guardian Australia and co-hosted by Benjamin Law, Look at Me brings weird and wonderful wildlife right to your ears. This podcast series celebrates the underappreciated creatures that make our continent unique. 

The first season of Look at Me aired in 2019. Season 2 is coming in late 2020.

Check out the Look at Me podcasts.

CONNECTED TO PORT PHILLIP

The Connected to Port Phillip initiative aims to increase the local community’s understanding and appreciation of the Bay they call home, so we can protect it now and into the future.

Along with our dedicated partners, we hope to inspire new and stronger connections with this extraordinary ecosystem and support those who work hard to look after it.

Visit the Connected to Port Phillip website.

COMMUNITY CONSERVATIONISTS

Community Conservationists celebrates tree planters, wildlife carers, citizen scientists and other inspirational people who are putting in the hard yards to care for nature. 

By telling their stories and providing communications and marketing support, this initiative aims to raise the profile of the people in our community who are dedicated to conserving our natural world.  

We seek funding for this initiative so that our Community Conservationists can spend their money where it counts. 

Find out more about Community Conservationists.

WILD BY NATURE SHORT FILM FESTIVAL

The Wild by Nature Short Film Festival celebrates everything we love about Victoria’s incredible natural environment. 

Open to people of all ages who are living in Victoria, the inaugural Wild by Nature highlights the amazing local nature we have in our state, explores why spending time in nature is so good for us and showcases what people are doing to care for it.

Find out more about the Wild by Nature Short Film Festival.

PEOPLE AND NATURE ALLIANCE (PANA)

PANA is a community of practice that aims to bring together experts and practitioners working in various fields relevant to human-nature relationships. We facilitate discussion and collaboration between people interested in nature connection, human health and the environment, conservation behaviour change, and more. 

Visit the PANA website.

CELEBRATING OUR EUCALYPTS

Since 2018, Remember The Wild has worked with Eucalypt Australia to promote the significance of Australia’s eucalypts. 

Each year we manage the engagement around National Eucalypt Day, including generating media interest for the annual Eucalypt of the Year competition and promoting local events. 

We are also proud to announce the release of Eucalypt – a five-part documentary series we have produced about these essential trees, funded by Eucalypt Australia.

Find out more about the Eucalypt documentary series.

PLAINS-WANDERER: A FEATURE FILM

In collaboration with key groups and individuals involved in Plains-wanderer conservation, we are producing a documentary film that explores this special bird’s evolutionary uniqueness, conservation status and the human stories behind saving the species from extinction.

This film will be the first of its kind to feature cinema-grade footage of the Plains-wanderer.

Learn more about the Plains-wanderer feature film.

LOOK AT ME PODCASTS

Produced with The Guardian Australia and co-hosted by Benjamin Law, Look at Me brings weird and wonderful wildlife right to your ears. This podcast series celebrates the underappreciated creatures that make our continent unique. 

The first season of Look at Me aired in 2019. Season 2 is coming in late 2020.

Check out the Look at Me podcasts.

CONNECTED TO PORT PHILLIP

The Connected to Port Phillip initiative aims to increase the local community’s understanding and appreciation of the Bay they call home, so we can protect it now and into the future.

Along with our dedicated partners, we hope to inspire new and stronger connections with this extraordinary ecosystem and support those who work hard to look after it.

Visit the Connected to Port Phillip website.

COMMUNITY CONSERVATIONISTS

Community Conservationists celebrates tree planters, wildlife carers, citizen scientists and other inspirational people who are putting in the hard yards to care for nature. 

By telling their stories and providing communications and marketing support, this initiative aims to raise the profile of the people in our community who are dedicated to conserving our natural world.  

We seek funding for this initiative so that our Community Conservationists can spend their money where it counts. 

Find out more about Community Conservationists.

WILD BY NATURE SHORT FILM FESTIVAL

The Wild by Nature Short Film Festival celebrates everything we love about Victoria’s incredible natural environment. 

Open to people of all ages who are living in Victoria, the inaugural Wild by Nature highlights the amazing local nature we have in our state, explores why spending time in nature is so good for us and showcases what people are doing to care for it.

Find out more about the Wild by Nature Short Film Festival.

PEOPLE AND NATURE ALLIANCE (PANA)

PANA is a community of practice that aims to bring together experts and practitioners working in various fields relevant to human-nature relationships. We facilitate discussion and collaboration between people interested in nature connection, human health and the environment, conservation behaviour change, and more. 

Visit the PANA website.

CELEBRATING OUR EUCALYPTS

Since 2018, Remember The Wild has worked with Eucalypt Australia to promote the significance of Australia’s eucalypts. 

Each year we manage the engagement around National Eucalypt Day, including generating media interest for the annual Eucalypt of the Year competition and promoting local events. 

We are also proud to announce the release of Eucalypt – a five-part documentary series we have produced about these essential trees, funded by Eucalypt Australia.

Find out more about the Eucalypt documentary series.

PLAINS-WANDERER: A FEATURE FILM

In collaboration with key groups and individuals involved in Plains-wanderer conservation, we are producing a documentary film that explores this special bird’s evolutionary uniqueness, conservation status and the human stories behind saving the species from extinction.

This film will be the first of its kind to feature cinema-grade footage of the Plains-wanderer.

Learn more about the Plains-wanderer feature film.