We created dynamic signage for the Port Stephens Koala Sanctuary using a mix of natural and industrial materials to complement the sanctuary’s bushland backdrop.
We were approached by the Port Stephens Council with a view to working collaboratively toward creating a dynamic, informative and useful signage path through the new Koala Sanctuary. It was important to create balance with the signage. They needed to both stand out for ease of navigation throughout the park for patrons, and to suit the bush background of the sanctuary.
For this, the project included footings, various signage elements and installation around the sanctuary to create an interactive feel to the patron experience. The materials we used in this project was a mixture of Tasmanian Oak timber, structural steel beams, perforated steel panels, sandstone blocks and the aluminium signage panels themselves to create a number of different signage items.
The main signage components were:
A major entrance sign over 2m high, with a width of 8.4m wide to provide a striking entrance to the sanctuary
Three wayfinding maps throughout the sanctuary
Two wall mounted building entry signs
13 interpretive post signs
One SkyWalk entry sign
20 glamping site signs
Various statutory, braille, cafe and gate signs
Other marketing signage at Newcastle Airport
SWS and Port Stephens Council were able to work together to create a stunning signage package that seamlessly interacts with the various activities and attractions at a fantastic new destination.
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