We create media, communications and events that Engage Inspire Empower

33 Creative is a proudly Aboriginal owned media and events agency that works to change hearts and minds, and empower communities, through storytelling and effective communications.

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National Reconciliation Theme 2021

In 2021, Reconciliation Australia contracted us to lead the creative development of the theme for National Reconciliation Week.


National COVID-19 campaign for First Peoples communities

In 2020, we worked with the Federal Government to develop and deliver critical health messaging for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities during the coronavirus crisis.


Help is here – domestic violence support campaign

COVID-19 has brought increased stress on many households and communities. Research indicates that during times of crisis, incidences of domestic violence can increase. 33 Creative are proud to have helped deliver the Help is Here campaign to help remind everyone, there is no place for family or domestic violence, even during a tough time.


NAIDOC in the City

Since 2013, we have proudly worked with the City of Sydney to deliver its official NAIDOC Week event celebrating Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history, cultures and achievements.


Stronger Together campaign

Concerned about the high rates of suicide among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, R U OK? contracted 33 Creative to provide advice and develop a targeted, national communications campaign.


Stop it at the Start campaign

33 Creative was contracted to deliver the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander component of the ‘Stop it at Start’ campaign to reduce domestic and family violence and sexual assault.


2019 NAIDOC Ball and Awards

In 2019 we proudly handled event production for Indigenous Australia’s premier gala event, the National NAIDOC Ball and Awards Ceremony.


Your Health is in Your Hands campaign

‘Your Health is in Your Hands’ is a national project to raise awareness and boost the rates of MBS 715 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health checks among the patient and health practitioner communities. The project is aimed at increasing awareness and understanding of the benefit of health checks to lead to behaviour change, and overall, better health outcomes for our community.


Apology 10 concert

In 2018, we worked with the Healing Foundation to event produce Apology 10, a concert held on the Lawns of Parliament House in Canberra to commemorate the 10th Anniversary of the 2008 Apology to the Stolen Generations.


Keep Our Mob Safe Online campaign

33 Creative was engaged by the Department of Communication and the Arts to produce materials to support the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander component of the National Online Safety Awareness campaign, a key federal government initiative in conjunction with the eSafety Commissioner.

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