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Turtles are exceptional navigators. Females return to nest on the same beaches where they were born.
A series of interpretive banners exploring the Queensland coastal marine environment.
Part of a mobile display for QPWS.
One of the most important Dreamtime stories from Central Australia is that of Thutirla Pula—the “Two Boys”.
This series of interpretive signs at a significant Aboriginal ceremonial site in Birdsville, in the Queensland Outback, presents a local telling of the story.
Al and designer Adrienne from See-Saw travelled to the very remote Birdsville to survey the site, plan the interpretation program, meet with the stakeholders, and tease out the story with park ranger and elder, Don Rowlands.
Naturally we enjoyed the excellent hospitality of the Birdsville Hotel.
The project creates an important cultural attraction for the town. It commemorates a significant story place in Aboriginal country and culture. And it tells the local chapter of a big Dreamtime story that spans the desert.