Humpybong Trail – Corscadden Park interpretive signage

The place we know today as Corscadden Park on Humpybong Creek in Redcliffe was the first site to be occupied by Europeans in what would become the colony of Queensland.

This interpretive signage documents the development of the Moreton Bay penal colony of 1824.

It also portrays the unique First Nations cultural heritage and how traces of the ancestors of the Kabi Kabi People are revealed in the landscape today. 

Finally it introduces visitors to the natural environment and wildlife of the creek and park, which have been wonderfully rehabilitated and landscaped. 

Client: City of Moreton Bay

Landscape/urban design/placemaking: SLR Consulting



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