Commemorative signage is a great way to celebrate memories and achievements. It offers a permanent tribute to people, organisations, and events and, importantly, creates a sense of value and significance.

Tumut Public School

Celebrating Harry Hill – a visionary and leader – this signage was warmly received by our clients. The designs incorporate striking paintings of Karst Country, Yarrangobilly River by artist Phil Ryan.

Types of Commemorative Signage

  • Historical markers that recognize and commemorate significant people, events, or sites in history.
  • Memorial plaques that celebrate and honor the life of a person who has passed away.
  • Recognition awards that acknowledge and reward the outstanding achievements of individuals or organisations.
  • Donor walls that recognise and celebrate the contributions of donors to a cause or organisation.

Benefits of Commemorative Signage

  • Provides a permanent tribute to a person, event, or organisation, ensuring that their legacy lives on forever.
  • Celebrates the achievements of individuals or organisations, creating motivation, and inspiring future success.
  • Preserves history and cultural heritage.
  • Elevates the profile of an organisation, improving brand recognition, and attracting more supporters.

See also our Memorial Signage

Commemorative Sign, K13 Submarine

Slovenski Statue Signage, Yuraygir National Park


Aboriginal Sculpture Trail
Interpreting Rail Heritage