TOURIST ATTRACTION SIGNS
Tourist attraction signs show that tourist features or natural attractions are ahead and how to find them. Attractions that might be marked by a tourist attraction sign are:
walking tracks and viewing platforms
historical towns, sites, buildings and monuments
waterfalls, rock formations, caves, rivers, dams, lakes, mountains or beaches
museums, galleries and art and craft outlets
wineries and wine regions
parks and forests
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage sites
industry attractions (e.g. farms or factories) zoos and wildlife parks
tourist towns or areas
iconic state attractions.
Tourist attraction signs
Purpose: These signs are used to help you find the tourist facility listed on the sign.
Tourist attraction position signs
Purpose: These signs are used to direct you to the entry for a tourist site.
Aboriginal heritage signs
Purpose: These signs show where there is an Aboriginal feature or establishment. The name of the area may be on the sign with the symbol.