A Day in the Life of a Eucalypt
To celebrate National Eucalypt Day, Sarah Bond describes what life would be like as a towering eucalypt.
The Unsung Poetics of Australian Landscapes
Rachel Fetherston celebrates some favourite poets and their work exploring the importance of natural landscapes and wildlife.
Shining Rays of Light
Our resident shark and ray expert Leonardo Guida reviews the immense Rays of the World and interviews the talented artist behind its illustrations.
Unveiling the Octopus's Garden
Rachel Fetherston reviews the fascinating new guide to Australian cephalopods from CSIRO Publishing.
Let the Concert Begin
In this descriptive short story, Bruna Costa explores the connection between music and nature, and how we can experience both right here in Melbourne.
Thanks to the support of the Norman Wettenhall Foundation, Wild Melbourne will be telling the stories of five different community conservation groups. Apply now for the chance to have your story heard.
Wild Melbourne are excited to announce the launch of our schools program designed to enhance students' understanding of science, sustainability and the outside world.
The Point Leo Project
Discover more about the interpretive and interactive displays we installed at Point Leo and why we love to help empower communities.
Wild Melbourne is dedicated to enhancing the Victorian public's understanding of native Australian wildlife, science and environmental matters.
Find out about our organisation's mission, our methods, and our team.
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