THE CLOUDS - Water Conservation
The eccentric, absurd and lovable Clouds were created in 2003 in response to a nationwide drought. Their aim was to raise local water awareness and educate on water restrictions and water saving techniques. They were sponsored by the Byron Shire Council and performed at community markets over a period of 3 months.

THE GREEN HOUSE - Waste Education
The Green House was an interactive educational unit made from reused and recycled materials. Its aim was to teach people how to actively help their local environment through adopting simple waste-less practices, such as smart-shopping, reuse, composting and recycling. The Green House was created for the North East Waste Forum and its member Councils -Ballina Shire Council, Byron Shire Council, Lismore City Council, Clarence Valley Council and Richmond Valley Council. It traveled for four years to events, schools and markets across the North Coast region, providing an innovative, interactive and fun learning experience for all ages. 
THE SEA CREATURES - Littering and water pollution
The SEA creatures came out of a commission by The Stormwater Education Assessment (SEA) Project, funded by the NSW Government's Stormwater Trust and six Council contributions - Ballina, Richmond Valley, Lismore, Byron, Tweed & Kyogle shires. Through interactive street theatre, the SEA creatures educated people on the links between littering and water pollution and were aligned with the Don’t be a Tosser, BinyaButts and Save Our Seas Campaigns.