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Sealy Lookout Tourism Signage

The award winning Sealy Lookout boasts information and tourism signage designed by us. In June 2013 we undertook to design 2 shelter signs and 2 lookout signs at the Lookout and Forest Sky Pier. Although template based, each sign has its own character and feel. The project included researching historical content and image resources, content writing, image copyright and graphic design.

Date: June 2013 – July 2014
Service: Research, identify themes, write content, design, image sourcing, mapping
Specs: 2 shelter signs 2100mm wide x 1200mm high and 2 lookout map signs 1200mm wide x 400mm high at Sealy Lookout
2 shelter signs 2240mm wide x 1175 mm high at the Gap. Trail head sign for Rainforest Walk.
Client:  Forestry Corporation

Interpretive and Map Signage for Orara East State Forest

The Forest Sky Pier was awarded Gold in the 2012 Countrylink North Coast Tourism Awards for New Tourism Development and received a bronze award for the attraction in 2013.

Sealy Shelter - Orara State Forest

Sealy Shelter-More Than Trees

Forest Sky Pier

The Forest Sky Pier won best New Tourism Development in the 2012 North Coast Tourism Awards and received a bronze award in 2013. The State Forests of the Coffs Coast won gold at the 2014 awards and are finalists for the 2014 NSW Tourism Awards.

Sealy Lookout Awards

Flora, Fauna & Wayfinding Interpretive Display Panels

These interpretive, wayfinding and informational display panels are at ‘The Gap’ on the corner of Bruxner Park Rd and Scenic Drive, Coffs Harbour. As a welcome for visitors they showcase the flora and fauna of Orara East State Forest and act as gateway signs to Sealy Lookout, the Forest Sky Pier and Korora Lookout. As a linking project to previously completed interpretive panels for Orara East State Forest the new panels maintained the same look and feel. The project included, content writing, map creation, image sourcing, graphic design and layout.

The Gap Shelter - Orara State Forest The Gap Shelter - Orara State Forest

 

Categories:   Nature & Tourism, Signage