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Axiom helping to promote conservation at Kings Park

By May 21, 2008 February 2nd, 2018 Latest News

The Conservation Gardens are being established within the Western Australian Botanic Gardens at Kings Park. These inspirational Wildflower Gardens aim to promote the conservation of Western Australia’s threatened plant biodiversity and will include approximately 400 threatened species.

The Conservation Gardens official opening is on the 5th of June 2008 to celebrate World Environment Day.

We’ve been busily designing over 100 individual signs for the project including entry statement signage, interpretive signage, map/directional signage, garden bed naming signage and plant species identification signage.

If you’re in Perth, please make sure you visit the gardens and see how you may be able to help conserve some of our threatened species.

You can also visit the Kings Park web site for more information.

We’ll post some photos of the project soon.