Georgiana Molloy Anglican School directional and map signs

Georgiana Molloy was an early settler in the colony of Augusta in WA. . She was commissioned by another colonist, botanist Captain James Mangles, to collect botanical specimens for him, which awoke in her a strong interest in botany. This would last the remainder of her life, and she contributed greatly to botany in WA.

One species registered under Georgiana Molloy’s name is the plant commonly known as the “Australian Christmas Tree”. Its yellow blossoms are featured on the crest of the school that bears her name, Georgiana Molloy Anglican School in Busselton. The school commissioned these map and directional signs to guide first-time visitors to destinations throughout the campus.