Interactive soundscapes, audiovisuals, bold graphics, sculptural elements and eye-catching display structures combine to create dynamic and engaging displays.
Extensive research and Indigenous community consultation led to a series of displays that introduce visitors to both the natural and cultural values of Grampians National Park/ Gariwerd. The seasons-based interpretive structure is interwoven into all developments within the precinct including retail, cafe, displays, education programs and cultural revival events.
LookEar and associates were responsible for developing the centre’s interpretive concepts and themes, content research, Aboriginal community liaison, display text and scripts, exhibition and graphic design, AV production and project management.
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Brambuk won the 2009 and 2011 Victorian Tourism Award for Indigenous Tourism.
The project was developed in association with Mauhaus, Sound Environment and Alastair Fleming Design.
Client: Parks Victoria and Brambuk Aboriginal Cultural Centre