Client: Yass Valley Council
Project: Oak Hill Aboriginal Reserve interpretive signage and structure design
Oak Hill is an area of special significance for the Ngunnawal people of Yass. Archaeological and historical evidence shows a long association with Aboriginal people before and after European settlement. Camps on the former Aboriginal reserve were occupied by from the late 1880s to the 1950s. The Interpretive Signage reflects the cultural significance of the area, encourages respect and a sense of pride for the location, and provides an education space for the general public.