In a major overhaul of all the signage in Kakadu National Park,  we delivered the concept development, manufacture, and installation of Kakadu’s major park entrances.

Working around the existing brick wall, we were asked to design an Entry that made a strong statement.

We focused on the environment and created a rustic design featuring Coreten, large rendered blocks, and aluminium lettering.


Concept Development

We developed new concepts for all of the wayfinding, warning, interpretive signs and entry statements across multiple regions of this iconic park.


Working with the National Parks rangers and Traditional Owners we designed a range of interpretive signs to educate visitors on cultural, historical and environmental themes.


We chose a layering effect to give the entry dimension and add to the grand appearance. These pieces also add to the visitors’ experience by providing a great photo opportunity; there is plenty of room to stand behind the lettering and create memories of your visit to the park.


All of the Coreten steel and anodised aluminium lettering along with polycure signs were manufactured in-house and transported to the site to be combined with a colour-rendered concrete block and slab construction.


We worked with a local contractor to construct all of the elements on site. Due to the remote location a base was set up at each site during construction.


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