Kanawinka Geotrail Interpretive Signage

Kanawinka Geotrail Interpretive Signage

 

Client Southern Grampians Shire Council

Completed Design, manufacture and installation (2017)

 

The Byaduk Caves formed when a fountain of lava erupted from nearby Mt Napier, highest point in this district, forming an intriguing system of sinkholes, lava tubes, domes and chambers. Interpretive Signage was designed to tell its story.


MacKillop Heritage Display

MacKillop Heritage Display

 

Client MacKillop Family Services

Completed Design, manufacture and installation (2013)

 

Working closely with MacKillop Family Services in South Melbourne to achieve a fit-out that would be striking, empathetic and importantly, pay tribute to all former residents. Deliverables included an eight home display panel, timeline mural, apology panel, key display items and an interactive image library.


Bullawah Cultural Heritage Trail

Bullawah Cultural Heritage Trail

 

Client Wangaratta Rural City Council

Completed Design, manufacture and installation (2016)

 

The banks and surrounds of the Ovens and King Rivers are significant to local indigenous people. Fifteen interpretive signs were developed and installed along the 2.4km trail to showcase the indigenous cultural heritage of the area, including indigenous sculptures and artwork that were installed along the trail. Signage features angled panels, laser cut motifs, bold illustrations and colours reflective of the environment.


Frankston South Recreation Reserve

Frankston South Recreation Reserve

 

Client  Frankston City Council

Completed Design, manufacture and installation (2006)

 

Arrival sign to compliment the refurbishment of a public facility. The sign needed to announce arrival to the Centre, with only minimal information required. The design also had to engender quality and a modern feel. The signage compliments the architectural elements of the Recreation Centre.


Howitt Street Signage

Howitt Street Signage

 

Client  City of Ballarat

Completed Design, manufacture and installation (2016)

 

Challis Design was contracted to design a range of signage which enhanced the image of the busy retail and business precinct. Signage and place branding designed to promote and build a sense of community and pride.


Hanging Rock Discovery Centre

Hanging Rock Discovery Centre

 

Client  Macedon Ranges Shire

Completed Design, manufacture and installation (2004)

 

A signage program that interprets the geographic assets and social history around Hanging Rock Reserve. Colour, shape and scale were considered during the design process in order to marry the various structures to their environment. 


Geelong Botanical Gardens

Geelong Botanical Gardens

 

Client  City of Greater Geelong

Completed Design, manufacture and installation (2016)

 

Main arrival signage features large laser cut lettering with decorative background motif that reflects the existing fence design. Complimentary freestanding arrival signage features corporate branding and orientation map. Corporate logos and map artwork were supplied by the City of Greater Geelong.


Pearce Barracks Interpretation Design

Pearce Barracks

 

Client  Parks Victoria

Completed Design, manufacture and installation (2013)

 

Parks Victoria required Challis Design to provide a range of interpretive structures representative of those that once existed at Pearce Barracks (Point Nepean National Park) during WWI and WWII. Interpretive structures included a bed, table, chairs, showers, and the main Canteen building. All fabricated from galvanised steel to withstand the environment. Bed, table and chairs feature marine ply surface to prevent scalding. Interpretive graphic panels are displayed in the Engine Room and convey the experiences of key individuals during WWII, along with photographic evidence of how the site once looked, and how it was used.


Meredith Interpretive Centre

Meredith Interpretive Centre

 

Client Golden Plains Shire

Completed Design, manufacture and installation (2013)

 

A multi-purpose facility that required an interior fit-out that would reflect the district’s rustic environment and the architectural elements of the building. The design provides general information such as key tourism events like Meredith Music Festival, and interpretive displays on subjects like Henry Bolte, a key political figure.

Deliverables included feature display areas, murals, video production, a key object presentation section and brochure racks.