The Wild Homes Challenge – the National Winner is….





Wild Homes Challenge - The Outcome

This World Habitat Day we celebrated by running our Wild Homes Challenge with corporate teams across the country who were pitting their skills against one another to build homes for wildlife in their neighbourhood.

We were delighted to have participants join us in Perth, Adelaide and Brisbane to build bee hotels and shelters for birds and gliders – many of which were at threat after the bushfires, with homes lost and nowhere safe to start new families. World Habitat Day asks us to reflect on the condition of our towns and cities as well as the basic right of all to adequate shelter – it’s also a reminder that we have the power and responsibility to shape the future of these spaces.


The National Winner is….

We’re delighted to announce that Kuehne+Nagel (Brisbane Team) are the National Challenge Winners!

Kuehne+Nagel will be presented with our beautiful CVA Wild Homes Challenge trophy, made by Wathaurong Glass.

Congratulations to all the teams that took part around the country which included AGL, Siemens, QBE and Woodside, and special congratulations to our regional winners:

  • AGL – Adelaide winner
  • Woodside – Perth winner
  • Kuehne+Nagel – Brisbane winner

All winning participants will receive a 3-month free subscription for the Australian Geographic print magazine.


How did it feel to be a regional winner? Just ask Sonia Oke from AGL who posted this to LinkedIn:


Or this one from the Woodside Team on Instagram:


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Images from the Challenge


Wild Futures


New homes for wildlife


Challenge Participants



"My highlights - sunshine, fresh air, new friends, helping the planet, physical exercise, new skills, saving threatened species, team-building, friendly rivalry, connecting with nature ❤️"

Sonia Oke, Social Licence Manager, AGL