Wukalina Aboriginal walk

Instinct and Reason undertook a choice modelling project in 2015 that guided the development of the final walk design and its price. The research showed a high level of interest in Aboriginal culture amongst Australians and encouraged the development of the Wukalina walk. It is a four day, three night walk that will be guided … Continue reading Wukalina Aboriginal walk Read more

Mental Health benchmark

Millions of workers will be the focus of New South Wales’ first ever summit aimed at developing a state-wide strategy to improve mental health in the workplace. Improving mental health strategies in the workplace would not only improve productivity, but also improve lives. Adults spend more than one third of their lives at work, making … Continue reading Mental Health benchmark Read more

SafeWork NSW in 2016

Instinct and Reason worked with SafeWork NSW in 2016 to develop the safety subsidy campaign. The research involved focus groups across NSW and a quantitative strategic choice model which determined the optimal settings for the financial subsidies. The ‘carrot’ approach to workplace safety for Quad bikes appears to be proving a success with farmers. The … Continue reading SafeWork NSW in 2016 Read more

The Disengaged Consumer : An Insights Breakfast Briefing

Instinct and Reason held its hugely popular 15th Insights breakfast seminar on 25 November at the Establishment in Sydney. Yet again, the turnout was spectacular, and we would like to thank all of you who got out of bed early to join us! We are seeing and hearing more about the way that ‘consumer violations’ … Continue reading The Disengaged Consumer : An Insights Breakfast Briefing Read more

Three Capes Track won best Tourism Development in Tasmania 2016

The Three Capes Track is the 2016 winner of the Gustav’s Award for New Tourism Business, the first time a government department has won this category. It is the new jewel in the crown of Tasmania’s stunning wilderness walks, and has seen over 12,500 bookings since it opened in December last year… Please follow this … Continue reading Three Capes Track won best Tourism Development in Tasmania 2016 Read more