Willoughby City Signage

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Willoughby City Council is investigating updating the City entrance signage and suburb locality signage.  The current signs are more than 10 years old and are in need of replacement. 

Two concept designs have been developed.  These early stage designs have been formed to enable the community to comment before detailed and developed designs are prepared.  The developed design process will also allow the project cost to be scoped.

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Click here to view some examples of our current City signage

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Willoughby City Council is investigating updating the City entrance signage and suburb locality signage.  The current signs are more than 10 years old and are in need of replacement. 

Two concept designs have been developed.  These early stage designs have been formed to enable the community to comment before detailed and developed designs are prepared.  The developed design process will also allow the project cost to be scoped.

Click here to view the two options

Click here to view some examples of our current City signage

You can Have Your Say by completing the quick survey below.


Willoughby City Council is investigating updating the City entrance signage and suburb locality signage.  The current signs are more than 10 years old and are in need of replacement. 

Two concept designs have been developed.  These early stage designs have been formed to enable the community to comment before detailed and developed designs are prepared.  The developed design process will also allow the project cost to be scoped. 

Click here to view the two options

Click here to view some examples of our current City signage

Each design concept includes a city entrance sign and a suburb variation.  The entrance signs acknowledge Willoughby’s Aboriginal heritage with a statement “the home of the Cammeraygal people”.  The base of each sign will reflect the foundation and heritage of Willoughby, using either slate, sandstone or brick to connect to the suburb history or landscape. 

Concept A: AD ALTISSIMO

The concept is derived from the corporate Willoughby Council brand, and reflects progress. 

Concept B: BOTANICS

The Botanics sign employs organic forms and contours.  The blade references Willoughby bushland.

You can Have Your Say by completing the quick survey below.