The Boondall Wetlands Environment Centre is a great example of how we work in interactive and sustainable elements for an engaging educational experience.
A neighbourhood-themed fitout transforms the Toowong Children’s Library into a vibrant space to capture imaginations and inspire a love of reading.
Gallipoli to Armistice Military Trail is an emotive dedication to the ANZAC story. Brandi Projects were proud to be lead interpretive consultants on this project.
The Royal Flying Doctor Service Dubbo Base Visitors Centre King Air exhibit is an immersive experience of a mock split-fuselage aircraft.
The Pooseum is a science museum in Tasmania where the topic of poo is not taboo! Brandi Projects project managed, designed and fabricated this exhibit.
The Interpretive Centre at Karumba’s Les Wilson Barramundi Discovery Centre tells the story of barramundi sustainability for in new and interesting ways.
Fitzroy Basin Association’s Flow visitors centre is an interactive environmental education experience which we delivered from research to installation.
The Sunshine Coast Regional Council’s Coastal Discovery Van is a great example of how current assets can be transformed into an engaging mobile display.
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.
A mobile display unit fitout for Brisbane Airport Corporation to educate the community about the fascinating runway Project.