PR Button is a boutique public relations consultancy offering a range of services including strategic communication planning, community engagement and consultation, corporate communication, issues management and media liaison as well as training programs in media and presentation skills.

Based in Darwin in the Northern Territory, we have a thorough understanding of the local landscape and players and are able to provide services across the Territory for local, national and international clients with interests in the NT as well as professional services for projects and clients with interests further a field.


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PR Button offers fully integrated communication solutions to increase awareness, understanding and engagement, be that via traditional or social media channels, online or face-to-face consultation.

Inspired by challenges others find too hard, we are persistent and passionate in all that we take on and strive to establish a clear understanding of clients’ needs and develop targeted communication solutions.

The company’s founder, Jeannette Button, is backed by a network of equally qualified professionals who will assist in providing extra capacity, creative talents and online know-how.


Jeannette Button

Jeannette Button

With more than twenty-five years experience in the communication industry, Jeannette has worked on projects across the telecommunications, tourism, mining, government and not-for-profit sectors. She is well connected to the local media and communications network and understands the Territory’s unique locations and characters.

Since establishing PR Button, Jeannette has developed her credentials in community consultation and engagement and has been engaged by both the government and private sector on key infrastructure and environmental projects.

Jeannette is passionate about communications, excels in situations which call on her ability to manage stakeholder relations, is self-motivated and works well in a crisis.

A recognised leader in her field, Jeannette has developed her own media training packages, has taught at Charles Darwin University, is a Fellow of the PRIA and IAP2 accredited in Community Engagement.

Jeannette believes in giving back to the community and is currently the Chair of the Northern Territory Australia Day Council and a Board member for Carpentaria. Jeannette has previously served as the President of the Northern Territory chapter of the Public Relations Institute of Australia and a national PRIA Board Member and Chair of Corrugated Iron Youth Arts.



GPO Box 1855, Darwin, NT 0801
Phone: 0407 727 080
Email: info@prbutton.com.au
ABN: 15 494 812 509


Our services include:

  • strategic planning
  • community engagement
  • stakeholder consultation
  • corporate communications
  • issues & crisis management
  • media management – including media releases, distribution and liaison
  • social media
  • report and award submissions
  • event management
  • conference facilitation
  • training programs and skills development in media and presentation skills


PR Button enjoys working with a range of clients across the government, mining, development and the not-for-profit sectors.

 Our clients include:

  • Byrne Consultants
  • Carers NT
  • Cerdas Consulting
  • Charles Darwin University
  • Halikos Group
  • Litchfield Council
  • Mission Australia
  • Northern Territory Government
  • NT Anti-Discrimination Commission
  • Relationships Australia NT
  • Vista Gold, Mt Todd Gold Mine project
  • Pro-bono: Australia Day Council (NT), Carpentaria


Change management
Coaching & mentoring
Creative thinking
Emotional intelligence (EQ)
Media liaison
Project management


all fields are required

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Portfolio: Mt Todd


US company Vista Gold is well aware of the importance of managing their brand and reputation for one of the Territory’s well known mine sites, the Mt Todd Gold Mine. PR Button provides fully managed services for all of the project’s public relations requirements. Activities include media management, branding, website and the development of a community engagement program which ensures that the community has access to current and accurate information on the mine project.


Portfolio: Relationships Australia NT


Operating as a not-for-profit can sometimes mean that the operating budget does not extend to full time public relations and marketing positions. PR Button provides the strategic public relations  advice to assist the community services organisation develop their public profile and promote their services to the wider community. Services include strategic direction, media management and mentoring of key staff to assist in the development of communication skills within the organisation.


NT Badminton fights to save their sport

PR Button has extensive experience in developing and implementing campaigns to increase public awareness, community engagement and participation. Campaign toolkits include everything from social media, media relations, advertising, merchandise and videos to face-to-face consultation. Throughout her career Jeannette has been called on to meet stakeholders in remote communities, stage major events, inspire tourism activity and produce everything from pens and notepads to street signs and public giveaways.


Gerry Woods re badminton NT - save our sport

Drawing on extensive experience of working with the media on a daily basis, PR Button offers training workshops in understanding the media and how to make sure you get your message across. Jeannette has also developed a presentation skills program to assist with public speaking and ensuring that your organisation is professionally presented.


With years of experience and a broad range of clients, PR Button specialises in crafting copy that resonates with target audiences including:

  • Annual reports
  • Capability statements
  • Media releases
  • Award entries
  • Feature articles
  • Advertising
  • Blogs
  • Brochures
  • Letters
  • Facebook and Twitter posts.

Portfolio: Community Consultation

Jeannette Button working with the NT Planning Commission for the Litchfield Subregional Land Use Plan

Ensuring that community concerns and issues are heard and considered is vital to the success of any project which reaches across a broad and varied audience. PR Button is engaged by the Northern Territory Government, peak bodies and development companies to plan and implement community consultation and engagement to make sure that the voice of all stakeholders is heard, that communication is open and the needs of all parties potentially impacted by a project are taken on board.