Light to Light Coastal Walk Interpretation Strategy

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Client

NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service

Services

Interpretation/Art
Digital
Curation/Content
Strategy

Sector

Cultural
Government

SUPERSENSE authored an interpretation strategy for the ‘Light to Light’ Walk, a multi-day bushwalk between Boyd’s Tower and Green Cape Lighthouse at Beowa National Park in southern coastal NSW.

The park was originally named after slave trader Ben Boyd, who was involved in the whaling and agricultural industries in the 1800s. SUPERSENSE consulted extensively with local Aboriginal people and Australian South Sea Islanders, who’s families have been affected by the slave trade, to ensure all interpretation concepts were sensitive to context.

SUPERSENSE has curated, researched, written, designed, and implemented key concepts from the interpretation strategy. A unique suite of interpretation has been designed for the park and will be implemented at the Boyds’ Tower precinct, which features innovative digitally printed tactile panels.

Curation and Content collaborator

Mark Dunn

Curation and Content collaborators

BJ Cruse, Stephen Holmes, Csr Emelda Davies, Joe Sproats

Curation and Content support

Dr Christine Westwood
SUPERSENSE authored a thematic and sensory interpretation strategy for the ‘Light to Light’ Walk, a multi-day bushwalk between Boyd’s Tower and Green Cape Lighthouse at Beowa National Park in southern coastal NSW.
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SUPERSENSE authored a thematic and sensory interpretation strategy for the ‘Light to Light’ Walk, a multi-day bushwalk between Boyd’s Tower and Green Cape Lighthouse at Beowa National Park in southern coastal NSW.
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