Royal Botanic Gardens Cranbourne,
The Australian Garden at Royal Botanic Gardens Cranbourne, highlights and interprets Australian plants and landscapes.
Royal Botanic Gardens Cranbourne
LookEar, in association with Mauhaus, developed the interpretation for the Eucalypt Walk and was responsible for interpretive concepts and themes, content research, signage text, graphic design, production, installation and project management.
LookEar and associates were also commissioned to create a signage manual for the whole site. This included colour palette, typography, symbology, way finding signage, interpretive signage, precinct markers, sponsorship signage etc. The manual also included construction details, unit costs from recommended manufacturers.
The project was developed in association with MauHaus and Malcolm Thomas Design.
The Royal Botanic Gardens Cranbourne won the 2006 National Tourism Award for the Best New Tourism Development in Australia.