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Teesdale Grassy Woodland’s new wiz bang sign.


After over two years planning and designing the Friends of Teesdale Grassy Woodlands have an impressive new interpretive sign to show for their efforts.


Beautiful artwork and graphics illustrate life in a River Red Gum while the local grassland plants are on show with enticing descriptions. 

A Map of the reserve temps visitors to take one of three different walks through the reserve, the longest being 1.8 km. You also get a glimpse into the geology and local history. 

Lana van Galen, Peter O’Gorman and Steve Murphy are responsible for the artworks, design and text. Special thanks to Michael Heinrich from MPT design Bannockburn for constructing the beautiful steel frame and Billington Prideaux Partnership for the graphic design and outstanding illustrations. 

Thank you to the Golden Plains Shire and the Federal Government for supporting this community initiative with generous funding 

The sign is just behind the Teesdale cricket pavilion but a sneak peek can be had by clicking on this link http://www.recreatingthecountry.com.au/blog