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RECENT PROJECTS

Develop an Interpretation Strategy and heritage trails for the City of Bunbury
 
Project included the development of trail markers with printed and electronic guides to the trail.  The goal of the Heritage Trail is to allow users to explore the heritage themes and stories relating to the City of Bunbury and its sites and buildings.

 

Project Outcomes:

  • Review the existing Heritage Trail

  • Recommendations for the inclusion or exclusion of existing sites

  • Recommendations for the inclusion of new sites

  • Review and update of material for existing sites

  • Concept design and content for new Trail Markers for all sites

  • Concept design and content for new printed and electronic media “brochures” and trail maps

  • Ensure that the trail presents the most significant themes and stories about Bunbury 

  • Provide concept design, content, costings and a timetable for implementation.

Develop an Interpretation Plan for the Shire of Manjimup
 

The project involved the development of a Heritage Interpretation Plan for the Shire of Manjimup and its unique stories, sites, buildings and cultural experiences.

 

Project Outcomes:

  • Identification of Dominant Heritage Themes

  • Review the pilot project and the emergent themes. 

  • Research the Shire’s heritage and identify theme gaps. 

  • Prioritise the dominant themes for interpretation.

  • Identified sites for future Icons

  • Story Collection & Storage

  • Develop a strategy to collect the stories associated with each theme including mechanisms to allow the local community to contribute. 

  • Develop a strategy to safely store and preserve the collected information

  • Mapping of  existing heritage  and tourism ‘infrastructure

 

Develop and Implement Interactive Interpretation for various localities within the City
 
Project included the development and implementation of interpretive themed guided tours of localities of the CIty including North Perth, Northbridge and Highgate and Wetland areas.
 
The City of Vincent is an inner city city area with an eclectic heritage and diverse pockets of different communities.  The City wishes to engage its constituents with their built and natural environment to gain an appreciation of the history, heritage and cultural value of their neighbourhoods.

 

Project outcomes:

  • Documented history of the site
  • Develop a route for a safely conducted tour of the site
  • Identify key "human element" stories associated with the site
  • Develop interpretive material to relay these stories to the general public
  • Prepare written report 

Review and Recommendations for the RAC Archive Collection  

 

The purpose of this project is to provide recommendations for the ongoing management of the RAC’s collection of archive materials and objects and to suggest ways in which the collection can be made available to staff and members.  

Project Outcomes:

• Collection Assessment and Review

• Collections Management Policy

• Collections Policy

• Sharing the Collection Policy

Product development and commercialisation strategy - City of Albany
 

The project involved the development of new, exciting and informative tours for the City of Albany. The tours were developed to capitalise on the increased exposure that Albany received during the commemorations of the city's involvement in World War 1 as the departure point for the majority of what became the ANZAC's.

 

Project Outcomes:

  • Development of 3 guided or self guided tours including the themes of: military, indigenous, colonial era, flora/fauna and geological.

  • Delivery of tours during the ANZAC 100th commemoration weekend

  • Commercialisation strategy report submitted to the City of Albany

 

Develop and implement heritage trail of the Midland Railway Workshops
 
The Workshops contain is a world-class collection of early 20th century industrial buildings and is the setting for a new urban village offering a rich mix of residential, retail, commercial, heritage and public open spaces. The cluster of heritage buildings is being conserved to offer an exciting new concept in inner-city living.

 

Project outcomes

• Documented history of the site
• Develop a route for a safely conducted tour of the site
• Identify key "human element" stories associated with the site
• Develop interpretive material to relay these stories to the general public
• Prepare written report to submit to MRA​​
Creation of Heritage Council Information Packs
 

The Heritage Council of WA commissioned a "Welcome Pack" for private owners of heritage-listed places as a source of information upon their place being included in the State Register of Heritage Places.  


Project Outcomes

• Promotion of heritage listing
• Making your heritage listing work to your advantage
• Marketing your heritage listed place
• Maximising the services of the State Heritage Office

• Link with local events and celebrations

Product development and commercialisation strategy
 

Development of new, exciting and informative tours for the Shire of Carnarvon. 

 

Project Outcomes:

  • Development of guided or self guided tours with various themes including heritage, food and beverage, cultural and flora/fauna.

  • Commercialisation strategy report submitted

Product development and commercialisation strategy
 

Development of new, exciting and informative tours for the City of Armadale. 

 

Project Outcomes:

  • Development of guided or self guided tours with various themes including heritage, cultural, arts 

  • Commercialisation strategy report submitted

  • Training of local guides

Establishment of The Museum of Perth 

 

The Museum is an initiative of the Perth History Association Inc, a not-for-profit organisation founded in 2015. The principals of Two Feet Consulting were part of the initial team that established the institution and sit of the Board of Directors.

Project Outcomes:

• Chronicles the social, cultural, political and architectural history of Perth

• Create a meeting place of ideas and stories

• Creation of a cultural hub in a forgotten part of our city

• Engage "Work for the Dole" participants to foster a greater sense of belonging

Delivery of bespoke Familiarisation tours

 

Two Feet delivers no less that 100 familiarisation tours between Sydney and Perth annually, primarily on behalf of Tourism Australia, Destination NSW and Tourism Western Australia.​

Project Outcomes:​

  • Promote the destination as an attractive option for inbound travel agents etc.

  • Provide interesting and engaging content for visiting journalists/media

  • Act as an ambassador for the destination

  • Act as an extension to the relevant government authority delivering core corporate messages

Walkability Report - Kings Park to Elizabeth Quay and Yagan Square

Determine a self-guided night-time and day-time route(s) connecting from Kings Park to Yagan Square and Elizabeth Quay that includes consideration of the following to provide better linkages between these three locations, and supports pedestrian access:

 

Identify key themes and points of interest including but not limited to food, small bars, street art, or cultural or heritage sites, as appropriate Identify opportunities for interpretation that support the identified key themes and points of interest

 

Provide suggestions on any infrastructure improvements, including costs (eg signage, landscaping, interpretation etc), that may be required to achieve the best tourism outcome and add value to the experience Identify potential markets for use of the trail(s), including opportunities for future promotion

 

Outline suggestions regarding the best method of promotion, and any supporting material required to achieve this Provide a report to Tourism WA that documents the above, including maps of the identified day time and night time routes