Two Towns Trail

Two Towns Trail

 

Client Baw Baw Shire Council

Completed Design, manufacture and installation (2013)

 

The Trail is an eight kilometre walking and cycling path linking two West Gippsland towns, Drouin and Warragul. Two key threatened species — the Giant Gippsland Earthworm and the Burrowing Crayfish – provided inspiration for the form and content of these interpretive structures. In keeping with the already completed Two Towns Trail wayfinding signage, the same materials and graphic styles were adopted to ensure consistency.


Footscray Railway Interpretive Signage

Footscray Railway Signage

 

Client Thiess Balfour Beatty Joint Venture

Completed Design, manufacture and installation (2014)

 

Working with Hassell Studio, RBA Architects and Regional Rail Link, Challis Design developed and implemented a range of interpretive signage elements for the newly refurbished Footscray Railway Station. Structural elements, including dark frames and decorative fixings, complement the building’s architecture. Gloss acrylic panels provide additional security in a high traffic environment.


Old Beechy Rail Trail

Stead Park Wayfinding Signage

 

Client City of Greater Geelong

Completed Design, manufacture and installation (2012)

 

Arrival signage features a layered curved structure and dynamic, abstract graphics to reflect the parks’ sporting facilities. Structure consists of a duragal steel frame, sheeted in aluminium with 2 pack automotive paints and digital print graphics. Directional signage was also installed within the park and is consistent with other directional signage we have installed throughout the Geelong area.


Stead Park Wayfinding Signage

Stead Park Wayfinding Signage

 

Client City of Greater Geelong

Completed Design, manufacture and installation (2012)

 

Arrival signage features a layered curved structure and dynamic, abstract graphics to reflect the parks’ sporting facilities.

Structure consists of a duragal steel frame, sheeted in aluminium with 2 pack automotive paints and digital print graphics.

Directional signage was also installed within the park and is consistent with other directional signage we have installed throughout the Geelong area.


Menzies Square Interpretive Signage

Menzies Square

 

Client Hindmarsh Shire Council

Completed Design, manufacture and installation (2016)

 

Six double-sided interpretive signs were developed and installed at Menzies Square in Jeparit. 

Signs are clustered into themed groupings that tell the life and story of the preeminent former Prime Minister, Sir Robert Menzies.

Overall slim line structure suits limited space. Fabrication consists of duragal steel panels, raised concrete plinth, digital print graphics and feature decorative image.


Halls Gap Town Entry Signage

Town Entry Signage

 

Client Northern Grampians

Completed Design, manufacture and installation (2014)

 

Challis Design was commissioned to design and develop entry signs to provide a gateway entry into this internationally recognised tourist attraction.

Design features laser cut title text and eucalyptus leaf with stone wall.

Detailed construction specifications were supplied for production and installation by others.


Dunkeld Environmental Signage

Dunkeld Environmental Signage

 

Client Wannon Water

Completed Design, manufacture and installation (2016)

 

Arrival signage to highlight the importance of preserving this native grassland reserve.

The structural design consists of a laser cut rusted metal panel, aged timber post supports and a simple, clear title panel.

The rusted metal panel features a laser cut snake motif and the sweeping curved structure provides a natural, sculptural look that complements the natural environs.


Bendigo Pottery Exhibition

Bendigo Pottery Museum

 

Client Bendigo Pottery

Completed Design, manufacture and installation (2000)

 

A comprehensive exhibition program utilising previously inaccessible locations and archives. Explores the history of the Pottery and the lives of the people that shaped it. Central to the exhibition are the original kilns, utilised for an audio visual theatrette presentation. Also features life size mannequins, soundscapes, time-line, a large collection of historic pieces and equipment. Incorporating back-lit showcases, free standing text panels, timeline, theatrical lighting and custom designed plinths.


Curlewis Parks Estate Interpretive Signage

Curlews Parks Estate Interpretive Signage

 

Client Streetscapes

Completed Design, manufacture and installation (2014)

 

As part of the development of this estate, Challis Design worked with Infinity Landscape Architects to develop and implement four interpretive signs that feature Indigenous artwork and stories relevant to the area. The design features rolled, rusted metal structure, raised graphic panel and feature, laser cut motif that reflects each individual artwork.


Kororoit Creek Interpretive Signage

Kororoit Creek Interpretive Signage

 

Client Brimbank City Council

Completed Design, manufacture and installation

 

The Kororoit Creek Trail is a shared path for cyclists and pedestrians, which follows Kororoit Creek into the inner western suburbs of Melbourne.

Interpretive signage was designed and installed along the trail with key information on aboriginal, social and geological aspects of the Kororoit Creek region.