Case Study

Cradle Mountain Visitor Centre

Gustav and Kate Weindorfer climbed to the summit of Cradle Mountain on January 4th, 1910 and they knew that what they saw was spectacular.

To enhance the visitor experience, Parks and Wildlife Tasmania commissioned a new visitor centre at the entrance to Cradle Mountain. Think Big along with Graphic Design company Futago were tasked with the design and production of all signage for stage 1 of the new Visitor Centre, with the aim to ensure the result is as stunning as the mountain.

  • Client: Futago
  • Date: Dec 2019

“This must be a National Park for the people for all time. This is magnificent and people must know about it and enjoy it”.

Gustav Weindorfer 1910

Digital signage for the large outdoor pylon sign and indoor digital signage for reception and foyer areas is easily updated with weather alerts and other important visitor information.

We assisted with interpretive, directional, compliance, office wall graphics and building signage using many and varied solutions to complement the unique surroundings.

The new visitor centre comprises a variety of outdoor and indoor signage.

A large monumental welcome to country sign welcomes visitors as they arrive. Inside the unique building is digital reception signage to allow easy updating of content, wall graphics for the Overland Track briefing room, retail outlet signage and wall graphics, and a variety of custom wayfinding signs leading to outdoor interpretive signage, which includes sandblasted signage in outdoor seating and pathway areas.

It was such a pleasure to breath life into the beautiful designs from Futago.

Again, we delivered a complete signage solution for a spectacular new build. This time at the amazing Cradle Mountain.

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