Kulin Visitor Centre Interpretation

ADDRESS: Kulin, WA

PROJECT: Over the past few years Creative Spaces has undertaken a number of interpretive projects for the Shire of Kulin, located in the Eastern Wheatbelt region of Western Australia.

Most recently we designed a set of interpretive and interactive panels for the town’s newly opened Visitor Centre. We were also pleased to have the opportunity to be a part of the transformation of the main street and town site precinct through various forms of interpretation. The ‘Discovery Zone’ aims to showcase the region’s unique history and identity through various information points, interpretive signage and quirky artworks.

Our very first project for the Shire was to design the entry statements for Tin Horse Highway and ‘Thorpedo’. Champion by name, champion by nature, the new mascot graces the entry of the aquatic centre.For more information about the Tin Horse Highway visit www.kulin.wa.gov.au or the Facebook page.

COMPLETED: May 2016

CLIENT: Shire of Kulin