Edenvale Homestead Interpretive Signage
Interpretive signage at the heritage-listed Edenvale Homestead gives visitors an insight into the Pinjarra lifestyle of 1888, when the homestead was built. The interpretation shares the stories of the buildings throughout the homestead and the families that built the Shire of Murray. The signage interprets the site’s original buildings, which were once a school house, church and homestead amongst others.
Complimenting the interpretive signage suite are wayfinding and facility signs, working together to form the self guided Pinjarra Heritage Trail from the main street, along the river and concluding at Edenvale. Through the interpretation, visitors are able to experience the original use of the heritage buildings in the area.
The interpretation is displayed on Publik’s Brolga suite. The Brolga suite is designed to work across heritage and conservation environments, and forms a base for interpretive signage that can evolve with each different project. Edenvale’s Brolga suite expanded to accommodate and compliment the unique requirements of this heritage-listed site.
The Shire of Murray was named the winner in the 2017 WA Heritage Awards in the Heritage Practices by a Local Government category for their continued commitment to maintaining the heritage of their shire, most recently the interpretation and conservation of Edenvale.More about this project >