Above: The signage for the Furneaux Geotrail on Flinders Island in Bass Strait is supported by detailed digital content. This is hosted in a web-app accessed via location specific QR code links. Nature Tourism Services undertook the Stage 1 project works for this ambitious Geotrail roll out in 2019.
Above: The landscape design, structural design, signage and digital product development for the Wallaces Heritage Trail entry on the Bogong High Plains was undertaken by Nature Tourism Services in several stages across 2011-16.
Nature tourism invites people to explore an outdoor area and experience first hand its natural and cultural heritage.
Nature tourism's brand promise is the enjoyment of open air activity plus the chance to understand, appreciate and value the stories written in the landscape.
Nature Tourism Services was established in 1998 by
to help land managers deliver a user experience based around safe, meaningful and enriching travel to heritage places.
We offer a unique suite of integrated nature tourism communication products.
These include strategic interpretive planning, landscape design, signage, mapping and digital product specifically developed to enhance the functionality of onsite interpretation signs.
Follow our Twitter account "Nature_Tourism" for updates and insights into our work in helping land managers deliver on their promise of providing safe and meaningful heritage experiences.
Above: Aboriginal people who care for their Country at Mungo National Park gathered for the opening of the Mungo Meeting Place in July 2011. The Meeting Place includes re-created sections of Mungo's 20,000 year old human fossil trackways – the world's largest collection of ice age human footprints.