Charles Darwin University has implemented a new and improved way to get around its campuses.
In its short history, the University has experienced sustained growth: physically, in terms of academic disciplines, and in its connections with the Northern Territory community.
To support this growth and community engagement, the University has been reconsidering how to improve accessibility to, and navigation around, its campuses. A major outcome of this is the Wayfinding project at Casuarina campus.
Wayfinding is a complete redesign of signage incorporating traffic, pedestrian and landscape facilities across campus into one readily comprehensible system.
- A standard signage system
- Precinct colours
- Building names and building identification
- Pedestrian map directory signs
- Vehicle map directory signs
- Pedestrian direction signs
- Car park names and signage
Changeover of signage is currently in effect. Throughout the implementation, information will be available 24 hours on telephone 8946 6500.
Visit the Wayfinding website for more information.