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Photographer Perry Cho with mayor Kylie Gaston

A fresh welcome to Logans Beach

News Article Date: 
Tuesday, 25 July 2017

Signage directing people to the popular Logans Beach whale viewing platform has been upgraded.

The signs on the corner of Logans Beach and Blue Hole roads and at the entrance of the Logans Beach carpark have been redesigned.

Both signs now feature an image of a breaching whale taken by Warrnambool photographer Perry Cho of Patient Eye Imaging.

As well as a design that more closely reflects the Great Ocean Road Regional Tourism brand for Warrnambool, internationally recognised symbols for “toilets” and “information” have been added.

The existing timber frames have been retained with new aluminium panels installed.

Warrnambool Mayor Kylie Gaston said that the new signs not only made it easier to find the whale viewing platform, they created a sense of arrival.

“The existing signage was beginning to show its age, and didn’t do justice to the simply breathtaking experience they were promoting,” she said.

“The whales are a source of great pride for our city.

“Seeing the image of a breaching whale on the new signs is a great reminder of just how lucky we are to be able to view these awe-inspiring animals only a few hundred metres off our shore.”

The informative whale signage on the viewing platform will also be improved over the coming weeks in collaboration with the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning.

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