Corrigin Shire Council signage

  • Our new Shire entry signs provide a professional and welcoming entrance to the Shire of Corrigin. We have continued the windmill theme from our first Danthonia sign in these designs, as Corrigin was known as the Town of Windmills prior to the introduction of scheme water to the town in the 1960’s. Council is very happy with the signs and believe they make an attractive entrance to our Shire.

    Heather Talbot, Executive Manager Governance and Compliance
    Shire of Corrigin

Corrigin is a remote shire in the Wheatbelt region of WA. Producing mainly cereal grains and sheep, the region has a semi-arid landscape with a wild beauty of its own. Council approached Danthonia to create unique singage concepts to identify the town and town centre.

These designs are characterised by a startling gradient from lemon yellow to teal to blue, and the main text in a distinctive font bolstered by retro-reflective vinyl for the ultimate highway viewing experience at night.