A representative sample of 1000 Australian indoor workers participated in the research. Survey participants were asked about the natural elements they could see from their workspace, including the number and type of natural woodenlooking objects they could see. They were also asked about the presence of other things that affect the wellbeing of workers, including noise levels, access to natural light, and their workplace culture. Finally, they were asked to self-rate their wellbeing, workplace satisfaction and personal distress using validated measures that are used worldwide to assess wellbeing, health and mental health disorders. Over two thirds of indoor workers surveyed were in an office, with the remainder split between shops and factories/warehouses. The study was funded by Forest & Wood Products Australia (FWPA), which had no input on the structure of the study.