Rottnest Interpretive Signage
We’re currently working with the Rottnest Island Authority on new Interpretive Signage for Jubilee Hill and Bickley Battery.
Both Bickley and Julbilee were used during WWII and Rottnest needed Interpretive Signage that informs tourists of the history of the sites. In 1942 Fremantle became the largest base for Allied submarines and supply ships in the Southern Hemisphere and a total of 2,500 troops were stationed on Rottnest Island. Many of these troops were women from the newly established Australian Women’s Army Service (AWAS), the Women’s Australian Auxiliary Air Force (WAAAF) and the Women’s Royal Australian Naval Service (WRANS).
The signage will be completed in August this year. It’s been interesting for us to see and learn about the historical significance of Rottnest Island. Stay posted for the finished artwork which will be completed and installed in August.