Gilgandra Shire Signage Project

Council recently sought feedback on new signage for our Shire. With 21 existing signs to be upgraded across highways, and new major town entry signs to be constructed and installed, all community members were invited to complete the survey.
The survey period was from 16 April - 18 May, with 221 respondents and 88 comments, so thank you for your feedback! Access a full copy of the results and comments here(PDF, 2MB).


Theme - Mix of Colour and Country scored 42% of the votes.

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Colour Palette - Earthy Tones scored 50% of the votes.

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Signage Elements - top 5 were Windmills, Cooee representation, Castlereagh River, Nod to Aboriginal and Wheat/Crop.


Key message - 'Welcome to'.... most popular overall


Key outcomes - Attractive to tourists most popular



Timeframes moving forward

The process to now design, fabricate and install the new shire signs is outlined below!

Town & Village Entry

Planning approvals: June – September 2020
Community consultation: May 2020
Council approval of Final Design: July 2020
Quotation: September - October 2020
Construction and installation: November - February 2020

2 x Super Site signs

Photography: June – July  2020
Design: August 2020
Installation: September- November 2020

Shire Entry + Messaging signs

Inspection & Audit Report: April - June 2020
Key messages (with relevant groups): June – July 2020
Quotation: August 2020
Design: August – October 2020
Construction: November – December 2020
Printing and Installation: December 2020 

This project is partly funded by the Stronger Country Communities Fund.

If you would like more information, please contact Council on 6817 8800.