It’s Time To Live Salty!

After almost a year in the making, we can finally reveal details of our latest project for land developers, Urban Quarter. The development, located in Eglinton in Perth’s northern coastal corridor just five minutes from the beach, is now open for business. The scope of our work for the project (East of the Beach) includes naming, branding, advertising, marketing, video and photography, website, content and social media. View the website here

New project announcement

Following a competitive tender, we are thrilled to announce that Telltale has secured a new branding, advertising, marketing & content project with developers Urban Quarter. Details of the project are currently under wraps but we are delighted and excited by the opportunity to extend our association with UQ and look forward to releasing further details as the project progresses.

Fund a better future for Felix

It has been our recent privilege to help out with the visuals on a campaign to raise funds for Felix Williams, a 5-year-old Harrogate boy suffering with a progressive neurological disorder. Though he is developmentally delayed and unable to walk or sit unaided, Felix has a winning smile and a thirst for adventure, much like his favourite cartoon character, Scooby-Doo. His family are trying to raise £10,000 to fund Felix’s biggest adventure yet – a five-week trip to Canada for a specialist therapy course to help improve his quality of life. To donate visit:

Telltale tackles membership drive for Harlequins FC

Telltale’s sporting portfolio has expanded into the heavy-hitting world of rugby union. We have provided concept and copywriting services to support Haymarket Network’s wide-ranging membership drive for Harlequins FC, who are celebrating their 150th anniversary this season. Our work features on a range of material, including brochures, posters and a video starring Quins captain and England international, Danny Care. Check it out here.

Relaunched Providence website clicks into action

After an extensive development process, including accompanying photo and video shoots, we are delighted to unveil a brand new website for the Providence land estate in Wellard, Western Australia. A big thank you goes out to everyone at Eastcourt Living and Wallis Property for their input and logistical support, and to photographers and film-makers Ian and Erick Regnard for helping us execute our creative vision for the site with their customary flair and professionalism. View the new site at 

All change for Wallis Property

After ten years of sustained growth Wallis Property has been renamed and rebranded as Urban Quarter – a process that we were delighted to have been tasked to manage and implement. Together with a full suite of corporate id assets, including logo, brochure and stationery, we have created a new website ( with integrated video showcasing the company’s active land developments and scope of services.

we like big blocks & we cannot lie

The first releases of Bletchley Park’s latest village, Lane Gardens, are being launched with a mulit-platform marketing and advertising campaign featuring outdoor display, electronic direct mail, press and editorial, including a new edition of Park Life, the estate’s dedicated community newsletter. The campaign’s main hook is that blocks at Bletchley are getting BIGGER, reflecting the recent shift towards larger land stock of 500-600sqm aimed at the family market. Coming soon to (West Australian) billboards and newspapers near you!

Media splash for Springtime Riverside expansion

Following the acquisition of a new parcel of land at their Springtime development we have recently been engaged by Wallis Property to create a range of standalone branding collateral for the project’s Riverside village. Work includes a new brochure, site and roadside signage, press ads and advertorials.

A gap year to remember

Our latest editorial work for Tourism Western Australia features in The Gaptravel Guide this month. A DPS feature designed and written to appeal to UK university students profiles the ‘Best of the West’ travel experiences, including things backpackers can do even if their budget is tighter than a pair of tumble-dried skinny jeans. Highlights include swimming with dolphins, exploring the mysterious Bungle Bungle rock formations (unknown to all but local Aboriginal groups until the 1980s) and ideas for working holidays.

Dunsborough Lakes site launch

“Love Dunsborough. Love Dunsborough Lakes.” These words – the tag line for the Dunsborough Lakes land estate – inspired the design of our latest website for the West Australian-based property group, Wallis Property. A slide sequence, each referencing a USP of the estate, was used to communicate the benefits of south west living directly through the site’s homepage. Photography was directed and shot by Ian and Erick Regnard, who managed to overcome some pretty unfavourable weather conditions to generate a collection of images that showcase the very best of the Dunsborough Lakes lifestyle – from the pristine tees and greens of the estate’s 18-hole championship golf course to the golden sands of the nearby Geographe Bay. View the website here: