Wayfinding track signage, NSW Forests

Wayfinding track signage has been ongoing with the visitor experience team at NSW State Forests. Dedicated to improving the visitor experience, we have developed wayfinding maps, totems and blades for walking tracks within several NSW Forests. Works in Bruxner Reserve have made the Orara East State Forest an amazing visitor experience. The addition of the TreeTops climbing and zip line adventure has been accompanied by increased visitation to the forest. Bruxner Flora Reserve also boasts the Forest Sky Pier, Korora Lookout, Gumgali Track, an all-access picnic shelter, improved parking facilities (including coaches), toilets and picnic tables.

The Garraan.gurr Walking Track showcases our walking track signage artwork and structure designs. Garraan.gurr is Gumbaynggirr for grass tree and there are some beautiful specimens along the track.
The blade on the right is 300mm wide x 1200mm high from the top left angle to bottom right (or 874mm high without the triangles).

Walking track interpretive signage – Nitmiluk

Walking Track Signs, Barrington Tops

Environmental Interpretive Signs, Parramatta Council

Museum Exhibition Design, Byron Lighthouse North Room
Environmental Interpretive Signs, Parramatta Council