Tourism Signage

Flying Colours Group design, produce and install tourism signage statewide.

From design to installation, our team can help tell your story through interpretive signage. Our work to date features beautiful designs that reflect captivating stories and people, local artwork, photography, and information, reflected in beautifully produced signage.

Whether it’s a historical precinct, walking track, tourism signage, environmental area, or indigenous site, get in touch to see how we can help you. Our customer service and attention to detail are unmatched and will be sure to give you the perfect result, every time .

Interpretation Signage
Interpretation Signage
Interpretation Signage

Kingborough Council

Our team worked with the Kingborough Council, to produce and install the Interpretation Signage at Kingston Park. The council commissioned original work from a variety of artists to enhance the different precincts of Kingston Park. These interactive spaces within the park are signaled by interpretive entrance signs and pillars, produced and installed by out clever team in the South.

The interpretation pillars feature incredible designs, stories and stunning artworks. They are made predominantly from Macrocarpa timber, with router cut detailing. The centre of the pillar is wrapped with a digitally printed wrapped aluminium panel, with powder coated steel cap and base.

You can read more on the Kingborough Council pillars signage here.

Interpretation Signage
Interpretation Signage
Interpretation Signage

The entrance interpretation signs are made from plasma cut corton steel, with wrapped aluminium panels placed in front and behind, to create a beautifully layered sign that reflect the stories of the artists and Kingston Park aesthetic.

You can read more on the entrance interpretation signage here.

Park Signage
Wayfinding Signage
Wayfinding Signage

City of Launceston

We are proud to have been part of the roll out of the City of Launceston wayfinding system. Creating a clear, consistent, and easily understood Wayfinding system. This has improved council signage, the navigability between open spaces and the local experience for visitors.

These signage systems are an important ‘face’ to the broader community and communicate the corporation brand and identity to the world. We are proud to partner with the City of Launceston for majority of their signage needs.

Interpretive Signage Launceston
Interpretive Signage Launceston
Interpretive Signage

Ashgrove Cheese

Ashgrove is an award-winning Tasmanian paddock to plate dairy. it is proudly Australian grown, made, owned and managed and Flying Colours Group are proud to have developed the interpretation signage for their dairy door.

Alongside Ashgrove, we manufactured and installed the interpretive signage, showcasing Ashgrove’s unique pasture to plate philosophy. While you watch cheesemakers in action, you can follow our interpretation panels to learn more about what’s happening right in front of you.

You can see more on the Ashgrove Cheese dairy door interpretation signage here.

Interpretive Signage
Interpretive Signage
Interpretive Signage

Mawsons Hut’s Foundation

This interpretation signs project was for the Mawson’s Huts Foundation. A not for profit charity established in 1996 to conserve the historic and fragile wooden huts of Hobart. The building sign for the Mawson’s Huts Replica Museum was done using built up acrylic letters, attached to a painted backing board. While the interpretive panels, were produced using wrapped aluminium panels, to tell the story of Antarctic Heritage.

You can see more on the Mawson’s Huts Foundation signage here.

At Flying Colours Group, we get a kick out of working with our clients to design creative solutions that set your business apart. From print & signage to design, we like to know what bubbles beneath the surface to make your business tick so that we can bring it to life. Providing tailored, personalised service and excellent communication is our jam because we know this equals the perfect finished product, every time.

It’s our goal at Flying Colours to not only exceed your expectations but sprinkle them with confetti and knock them out of the park. So, if your current look needs a shake-up or you’re in need of some simple (or not-so-simple) signage Tasmania or printing, then hey! Let’s chat.

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