If you were to consider the term ‘wild law’ in relation to Australia’s environmental laws, you would certainly be drawn to Australia’s primary environmental legislation, the Federal Environmental Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (‘the EPBC Act’). There is a very specific need for a ‘wild law’ interpretation of the EPBC Act, given its primary purpose is the protection of biodiversity within a sustainable development framework. Specifically, the actions and developments considered within the EPBC Act raise questions about governance and policy goals, and wild law provides a way to answer these questions.