The Marine Discovery Centre Hastings Point is a great example of how museum exhibits can be reimagined using multiple layers to engage.
The Royal Flying Doctor Service Dubbo Base Visitors Centre King Air exhibit is an immersive experience of a mock split-fuselage aircraft.
Colour: Secret Language of the Reef at the Museum of Tropical Queensland informs visitors about the science of colour and coral, and the beauty of the Great Barrier Reef.
This exhibit takes the visitor on a chronological journey through time, incorporating themes such as the Artesian Basin, the discovery of dinosaur remains and history of opal mining.
The Queen Air Display project at the Australian Stockman’s Hall of Fame involved suspending a 15.3m aircraft in the atrium of the RFDS gallery Hall.
Energex Playasaurus Place is an iconic exhibit at the Queensland Museum where visitors can learn about energy spanning prehistoric times to the present.
Brandi Projects oversaw the restoration and exhibition of the Australian Worker’s Union Shearer’s Hall, alocated at the Australian Workers Heritage Centre.
Kunwarara Station and platform are part of the railway precinct exhibits Brandi Projects worked on at Australian Workers Heritage Centre.