If you’re getting around the City of Joondalup in the coming weeks consider jumping on a bike or throwing on your favourite runners… The City of Joondalup has recently rolled out innovative wayfinding signage across the district. Not only useful as directional assistance, this signage encourages the use of walking and bicycle use by displaying approximate travel times with directions. This is thought to lead to fewer greenhouse gas emissions, healthier citizens and a boost for placemaking: the idea of uplifting a public space and giving it feeling.
Compac has manufactured and installed a whole family of these environmental wayfinding signs, with each branded to match a corresponding area;
Encouraging visitors recreation in areas connected to the natural environment, these signs have been installed around bushland, coastal routes and most recently the Joondalup City Centre.
The signage has been cited by Joondalup Mayor Troy Pickard as colourful and recognisable, making it even more inviting for locals and visitors to go for a walk, run or bike ride along a world-class stretch of coastline, amongst other areas.
Other Recent Wayfinding Signage Projects by Compac Marketing Australia…
Lake Monger Welcome Signage
Naturescape, Kings Park
Gabion Entry Signage, LandCorp Karratha
Tom Price Visitor Centre, Shire of Ashburton
Curtin University Campus Directory
St John Ambulance Centre, Goomalling
West Coast Institute of Training
With manufacturing equipment and installation plant to manufacture from aluminium, powder-coat, digitally print and install at various locations simultaneously Compac holds the edge in producing wayfinding signage projects like these.
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