Red Bull

Cliff Diving

Our partnership with Red Bull spans over 18 years. Pretty crazy. But year after year we get the opportunity to work on some incredible events, like Red Bull Cliff Diving. In 2022, it came to Australia for the first time. So we helped an Aussie favourite heli-dive over Sydney Harbour to launch it.

The first time ever Red Bull Cliff Diving had come to Sydney (for the final stop on the world series) and the launch moment needed to be big. So we helped publicise world champion, Rhiannan Iffland's bucket-list dive from a helicopter into Sydney Harbour.

We used the moment to invite Aussies down to cheer on Rhiannan and watch the final live at Mrs Macquarie's Point. With a purpose-built 21 and 27m platform built in the middle of Sydney Harbour, 18,000 Aussies got a front row seat, with both the heli-dive and the event receiving a total of 794 pieces of coverage across Australia.

The first time ever Red Bull Cliff Diving had come to Sydney (for the final stop on the world series) and the launch moment needed to be big. So we helped publicise world champion, Rhiannan Iffland's bucket-list dive from a helicopter into Sydney Harbour.

We used the moment to invite Aussies down to cheer on Rhiannan and watch the final live at Mrs Macquarie's Point. With a purpose-built 21 and 27m platform built in the middle of Sydney Harbour, 18,000 Aussies got a front row seat, with both the heli-dive and the event receiving a total of 794 pieces of coverage across Australia.

The first time ever Red Bull Cliff Diving had come to Sydney (for the final stop on the world series) and the launch moment needed to be big. So we helped publicise world champion, Rhiannan Iffland's bucket-list dive from a helicopter into Sydney Harbour.

We used the moment to invite Aussies down to cheer on Rhiannan and watch the final live at Mrs Macquarie's Point. With a purpose-built 21 and 27m platform built in the middle of Sydney Harbour, 18,000 Aussies got a front row seat, with both the heli-dive and the event receiving a total of 794 pieces of coverage across Australia.

The first time ever Red Bull Cliff Diving had come to Sydney (for the final stop on the world series) and the launch moment needed to be big. So we helped publicise world champion, Rhiannan Iffland's bucket-list dive from a helicopter into Sydney Harbour.

We used the moment to invite Aussies down to cheer on Rhiannan and watch the final live at Mrs Macquarie's Point. With a purpose-built 21 and 27m platform built in the middle of Sydney Harbour, 18,000 Aussies got a front row seat, with both the heli-dive and the event receiving a total of 794 pieces of coverage across Australia.

The first time ever Red Bull Cliff Diving had come to Sydney (for the final stop on the world series) and the launch moment needed to be big. So we helped publicise world champion, Rhiannan Iffland's bucket-list dive from a helicopter into Sydney Harbour.

We used the moment to invite Aussies down to cheer on Rhiannan and watch the final live at Mrs Macquarie's Point. With a purpose-built 21 and 27m platform built in the middle of Sydney Harbour, 18,000 Aussies got a front row seat, with both the heli-dive and the event receiving a total of 794 pieces of coverage across Australia.

The first time ever Red Bull Cliff Diving had come to Sydney (for the final stop on the world series) and the launch moment needed to be big. So we helped publicise world champion, Rhiannan Iffland's bucket-list dive from a helicopter into Sydney Harbour.

We used the moment to invite Aussies down to cheer on Rhiannan and watch the final live at Mrs Macquarie's Point. With a purpose-built 21 and 27m platform built in the middle of Sydney Harbour, 18,000 Aussies got a front row seat, with both the heli-dive and the event receiving a total of 794 pieces of coverage across Australia.

The first time ever Red Bull Cliff Diving had come to Sydney (for the final stop on the world series) and the launch moment needed to be big. So we helped publicise world champion, Rhiannan Iffland's bucket-list dive from a helicopter into Sydney Harbour.

We used the moment to invite Aussies down to cheer on Rhiannan and watch the final live at Mrs Macquarie's Point. With a purpose-built 21 and 27m platform built in the middle of Sydney Harbour, 18,000 Aussies got a front row seat, with both the heli-dive and the event receiving a total of 794 pieces of coverage across Australia.

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