Screenmakers, in conjunction with Charles Walsh Nature Tourism Services and the Office of Environment & Heritage (NPWS NSW), produced signage for Mungo National Park - Willandra Lakes World Heritage area, one of Australia's most significant Aboriginal historical sites.
The large format interpretive signage overlooking the vast site pictured above, contains multiframe enclosures with direct printed 4mm aluminium graphic panels in a non reflective finish.
This unique interpretive sign was fabricated out of rolled RHS steel and painted in a charcoal metallic finish common for all the signage produced for the Park. The graphic panels are cut shape aluminium, direct printed and clear over coated for ultra violet and grafitti protection. The graphic panels are mounted to sacrificial rear panels for a concealed fixings finish.
The sign was installed to in ground / concreted starter bolts attached to fully welded base plates.
Pictured above is the internal display for the Visitors Centre area. The panels were direct digitally printed onto 3mm Dibond composite aluminium panels with folded returns to all four sides. The panels were clear satin matt over coated to aid cleaning and also provide additional protection. Various sized graphic panels were mounted to split bettens to provide a concealed fixing solution. Cut vinyl graphics were applied directly to the walls for accompanying headings and text.