Pedestrian map directory signs

A key ingredient to the implementation of the standard signage system is the introduction of pedestrian map directory signs at all visitor entry points around the campus and at regular intervals within. They are identified by the universal information symbol (i.e. a white 'i' on a blue background). The directory signs provide a clear map of the entire campus and show all buildings with their precinct colour and numbers, as well as an alphabetical legend of facilities. All items within the alphabetical list are set against their respective precinct colour and number. Major roads, access street and landscape spaces are all labelled on the map as key points of reference.

These maps ensure that navigation around Casuarina campus is uncomplicated at all times for students, staff and visitors.


Pedestrian directory signs

Within the Casuarina campus area, pedestrian signs show the direction to buildings using graphics common to other signage and are located at key nodes and at the start of pathways leading into the campus. This enables quick orientation to buildings within the local precinct.

The pedestrian direction signs are located so that they are present directly to pathways whilst remaining visible from across a car park or courtyard.


Disability access

To ensure that all Charles Darwin University visitors are catered for disability access is clearly identifiable on signage.