Testimonial walking track signage

Lake Macquarie City Council engaged The Interpretive Design Company to compose the content and design the graphic layout of approximately 40 interpretive signage panels for the Fernleigh Track – a 15 kilometre shared pathway along a disused rail corridor that links the cities of Lake Macquarie and Newcastle.

Dee and Peter responded to the challenges of this project (vast amount of raw content, multiple interpretive themes, constraints of an existing signage design palette and stakeholders/client with little knowledge of the field of cultural interpretation) with great professionalism. I was equally impressed with the designs they provided as I was with their positive, solutions-based attitude and co-operative approach. Their creativity and expertise added great value to the project outcomes, and the response to their work from our local community  has only been positive.

I would have no hesitation to engage The Interpretive Design Company again, and would recommend them to anyone in need of interpretive design services.

Caroline Cook, Landscape Architect, Lake Macquarie City Council

View Fernleigh Track Project

View Fernleigh Track Aboriginal Panels

Categories:   Testimonials, Historical & Heritage, Interpretive Projects, Nature & Tourism, Signage