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What would Australia look like in 2030 if we simply listened to the needs of its people? Regenerating Australia is the latest film from Damon Gameau, the award-winning director of 2040 and That Sugar Film.

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See the film

Launched in March 2022 with a national cinema tour of special event screenings, Regenerating Australia is being supported by hundreds of community screening events and design workshops, plus an exciting funding challenge with a $2 million ‘solutions fund’ from WWF-Australia to build a thriving Regeneration Network.

And you’re invited to be part of it.

Seen the film?

If you want to learn more about the solutions highlighted in the film, please click below. In the weeks ahead, we will also be publishing a range of regenerative actions that you can take. 

Do you already have an idea or solution that could change Australia’s future?  

In conjunction with the film’s release, WWF-Australia is launching an ‘Innovate to Regenerate’ challenge, providing $2 million in seed funding to help local communities, innovators and experts to ‘bring the film to life’ and establish or scale up innovative solutions that reverse environmental damage and help humans live in harmony with nature.


Become a Regenerator

Join a growing movement of Regenerators who are ready to take action in their homes, workplaces, schools and communities. You can choose from a range of regenerative actions that are aligned to your passions and interests.

Start regenerating

About the film

Regenerating Australia is a short film by the team behind the high-impact feature documentaries 2040 and That Sugar Film. It is based on a four month interview process with a diverse group of Australians who shared their hopes and dreams for the country’s future.

Featuring Kerry O’Brien, Sandra Sully, Gorgi Coghlan, Tim Flannery, Larissa Behrendt, David Pocock and other well-known voices, the film is set on New Year’s Eve 2029 and takes the form of a news bulletin looking back at the decade ‘that could be’. A decade that saw Australia transition to a fairer, cleaner, more regenerative economy that values Australia’s greatest assets - First Nations' wisdom, our unique natural environment and our sense of community.

Regeneration is about bringing vitality and renewed growth to our communities and to our ecosystems.

Schools and Educators

We’ve partnered with Cool Australia to develop free curriculum resources for upper primary and secondary years. The first release of lessons will be available at the end of March 2022.

Major philanthropic partner

Regenerating Australia has been made possible by philanthropic donations from our major partner:

Funding partners

Regenerating Australia has been made possible through the support of the following funding partners: