National Trust, WA, Greenough Central
Mundaring Weir Pump Station 1
Kapunda Visitor Centre
National Trust WA, Greenough Central
Mundaring Weir Pump Station 1. Photo: Robert Frith
Mundaring Weir Pump Station 1. Photo Robert Frith

Visitor Centres

Kerry Packer Civic Gallery. (SA)
Situated within Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Library, University of South Australia, ES were appointed to provide professional input and concept design for the interior and exhibit development. Following the design phase ES were contracted to fabricate and install this prestigious exhibition. Integral to the design and fabrication process and in conjunctio0n with the client, an extensive consultative process was completed with all stakeholders including local aboriginal leaders.

National Trust, Western Australia, 2001- 2005
Greenough Hamlet
Stage 1, 2
Greenough historic settlement included building interpretation, signage, fabrication and multi-media. ES in association with Mulloway Studio and Paul Kloeden provided detailed design, interpretive graphics, signage, multi-media, fabrication and installation.The Greenough Hamlet project won the Design Institute of Australia award for collaborative design, 2003.

Mundaring Weir Pump Station 1
Stage 1, 2, 3
The historic pump station development involved interpretation of the building encompassing interactives, multimedia, lighting, sound scapes, water feature, signage, structural flooring and interpretive graphics. ES in association with Mulloway Studio and Paul Kloeden provided detailed design, development and fabrication.

Kapunda Visitor Centre
ES in association with Mulloway Studio and Paul Kloeden, produced 2 interpretive display areas in the basement of the historic building which houses the visitor centre. Combining electronics, graphics, lighting and innovative use of display materials it was possible to create a unique environment.

Australian Institute of Sport, 2005

ES completed the design and construction for two new interactive exhibits installed in Sportex Exhibition space. The sport interactives involve mountain bike racing and
soccer goal kicking.

National Parks & Wildlife – South Australia, 2000 - 2004
Cleland Wildlife Park Visitor Centre
ES developed the concept and detailed design for Cleland’s new visitor centre. The re-development includes live animal enclosures, educational displays and interactives presenting tourism and conservation information.

Flinders Chase Interpretive Centre
Flinders Chase National Park on Kangaroo Island is a park of national significance with a strong international profile. ES designed the internal and external exhibition spaces and interpretive area. After a successful design development stage, ES was subsequently commissioned to take the exhibition design through to fabrication and installation.

Other Exhibitions:
Seal Bay Visitor Centre, Kangaroo Island
Platypus Discovery Trail, Kangaroo Island


The Berri Barmera Council, 2002
Berri Interpretive Centre

ES provided concept, detailed design, construction and installation. The fit-out of the centre included interpretative displays, lighting systems, retail area and staff facilities.


Heritage South Australia, 2000
Queens Theatre Interpretation Project

ES in association with Mulloway Studio, Paul Kloeden, Heritage SA and WoodheadInternational, provided design, documentation, production and installation of the interpretive display.


Pelican Point Power Station, 2002
ES designed, built and installed a customised model of a combined cycle power station. The finished model incorporated 3D schematic modelling of components, digital graphic layouts and custom polarized animation.


Client List
Adelaide City Council, SA
CSIRO Discovery Centre, ACT
Department for Environment and Heritage, SA
Heritage South Australia, 1999 Queens Trust
Hughenden Visitors Centre, QLD
Mount Stromlo Observatory, ACT
National Trust, WA
National Wine Centre, SA
National Parks & Wildlife, SA
Onkaparinga City Council, SA
Seal Bay Visitor Centre, Kangaroo Island, SA
Telegraph Station Cardwell, QLD
The Berri Barmera Council, SA
Wine Association of Australia