Wayfinding and Signage

Wayfinding project artist impressionTotal value: $3.44 million

Western Sydney Infrastructure Grants Program funding: $2.35 million
Hawkesbury City Council contribution: $1.09 million

The Wayfinding and Signage Project aims to improve how visitors and residents are guided through the local government area to find the diverse experiences, attractions and services on offer throughout Hawkesbury.

This project will introduce a cohesive and consistent signage suite that will ensure navigating the Hawkesbury is smooth and user friendly, and highlights the important places, histories and stories throughout the region.

Richmond town centre was the first location to receive the signage and will be followed by South Windsor and Windsor.

Council will also install 26 entry gateway signs and a range of additional signs in 11 locations including Bilpin, Bligh Park, Clarendon, Colo, Glossodia, Kurmond, Kurrajong, North Richmond, Pitt Town, St Albans, and Wilberforce.

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