Sunshine Coast Regional Council
The vision the council had was for the whipbird walk to become a drawcard for families. It was to be self directed and interactive. The walk needed to include discovery opportunities and served to engage the visitor’s
senses. The brief was to intrigue, amuse and challenge the key stake holders, children aged between 4 – 10, but not to intentionally complicate the key messages. The council had a tight and immoveable budget, with a lot of ideas and a desire to create something truly memorable and unique.
Our team worked together to brainstorm the best way to make each element to keep costs down and retain the quality we are so well known for. The result was a stunning project, full of interactive elements ready to ignite a sense of fun and whimsy in the young and young at heart.