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During the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games, you would have had to be living under a rock to not know who Borobi was. From the moment he jumped out of a helicopter high above Burleigh Beach on April 4, 2016, the surfing blue koala became one of the best-known ambassadors for the international event and attended more than 1700 appearances, including meeting the Queen at Buckingham Palace. The combination of Borobi’s unique appearance...

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Our philosophy for mascots is simple; they must be a complete character with a strong personality and an engaging story.   Tribus345 specialises in creating strong, engaging mascots for organisations. It is absolutely crucial that a mascot is not just a person in a onesie. We create a back story for the character that resonates with the organisation represented and embodies their values and attributes. The popularity of superhero...

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Ahead of the Rugby World Cup, the Wallabies mascot ‘Wally’ has undergone redevelopment. The team behind the successful Commonwealth Games mascot, Borobi have yet again come together to give ‘Wally’ a make-over designed to connect with fans, be marketable and merchandisable. “We were very excited to be asked to work on Wally V2.0. Rugby has a grassroots fan base, including kids, which is a great community for a mascot to be part of,”...

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“Lorri” the lorikeet has been unveiled as the mascot of the International Federation for Athletes with Intellectual Impairments (INAS) Global Games 2019 in Brisbane with just two months to go until the Opening Ceremony. From her home on the city’s Mount Coot-tha, the brightly coloured rainbow lorikeet joined Games ambassadors, boxer Jeff Horn and Paralympian swimmer Daniel Fox. More than 1,000 athletes and 500 officials...

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New data shows more than 325,000 people attended Curiocity, QODE and the World Science Festival Brisbane over the past six weeks, boosting Queensland’s reputation as a world leader in science, technology and innovation. Curiocity – a new concept developed by the Palaszczuk Government through Tourism and Events Queensland and Brisbane City Council through Brisbane Marketing – ran from 15 March to 3 April. Curiocity incorporated...

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Things are about to get seriously curious in Brisbane! For 20 brilliant days, from 15 March to 3 April, Brisbane will come to life with a myriad of curious encounters with Science, Technology and the Arts. From the South Bank Cultural Precinct to the creative Hub centred around the Brisbane Powerhouse in New Farm –the city will be transformed. Day and Night. Inside and Out. We worked with other talented people to help launch Curiocity...

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