Call 0401 674 158

Menu

Cultural Heritage Signs, Mumbulla Falls

This is the first in a series of signs for the mountains. These cultural heritage signs are installed at Mumbulla Falls, in Biamanga National Park and describe the rich cultural connections  between the various Yuin tribes. Connections based on trade, ceremonial pathways, ritual places and ancestral journeys are highlighted along with an historical timeline.

Date: December 2013
Service: Design, write content, create graphics from supplied aboriginal artwork, project manage production
Specs: 2 large shelter signs and a respect sign for the waterfall area.
Client: Biamanga & Gulaga Boards of Mgmt

Indigenous Interpretive Sign Designs for Biamanga National Park

In 2006 Biamanga and Gulaga National Parks were ‘handed back’ to the Yuin people. They are now leased back to the Government to be used as National Parks and remain an important part of the conservation estate of New South Wales.

Each mountain is unique yet they are ‘one’. Connected in mythology, they are part of the cultural landscape of the Yuin people connecting the land stretching south from Sydney to the state of Victoria.

This is the first in a series of signs for the mountains. The Cultural Map installed at Mumbulla Falls, in Biamanga National Park, describes the rich cultural connections  between the various Yuin tribes. Connections based on trade, ceremonial pathways, ritual places and ancestral journeys are highlighted.

Mumbulla Falls Cultural Heritage Sign Mumbulla Falls Cultural Heritage Sign

Mumbulla Falls Cultural Heritage Sign

Categories:   Aboriginal, Signage

Tags:  ,