Outreach Ecology produces diverse projects connecting with the beauty and wonder of the world around us. We are a boutique services consultancy with practical experience over eighteen years and several countries.


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How Tall Is the Tallest Flowering Tree?

A photo-illustrated summary of the first laser measurements conducted of any Southern Hemisphere tree over 100m

How Tall is The Tallest Flowering Tree? (Report)

Detailed report on laser measurements of the tallest known flowering tree Centurion, with the first flowering plant measured over 100 m

Giant Trees of Tasmania and the World Info Panels

A museum display at a Tasmanian visitor centre highlighting the giant forests of the region

The Arve Giant Interpretive Panels

A detailed set of posters on the Arve Giant Tree in Southern Tasmania

Immersive Photodocumentation

A Tasmanian Geographic report using photospheres for outreach and conservation in a heritage convict site in historical downtown Hobart

Walking With Trees Garden Walk

A public outreach event introducing some of the significant trees of the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens, as part of the Plant Hunter project

Trail Map – Walking With Trees

A citizen science walk that will guide you to QR coded significant trees throughout the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens in Hobart

Plant Hunter Web Site

A botanical outreach project website with the environmental education division of the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens and Grosvenor Consultants

Plant Hunter Virtual Garden

Descriptive text on plant species to accompany a virtual garden tour of the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens Native Plants Garden, powered by Google TourDash

Save the Tasmanian Devil!

Contribution to the popular SciStarter blog on the Tasmanian Devil roadkill monitoring project.

The Largest Tree of Kota Kinabalu-Borneo

An outreach ecology poster about the largest tree in Kota Kinabalu placed near Australia Place, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Borneo

Sigatoka Sand Dunes of Fiji

This poster was produced for the Sigatoka Sand Dunes National Park on the main island of Fiji. Through it, you can learn about this unique habitat and a unique tree that once grew there