|| This lectern-style board refers to features no longer present
|| It is difficult to make this message exciting
|| especially with these grubby boards.
|| This highly informative board describes an owl ...
|| ... for adults, as it is well hidden from children.
|| The left board lists 14 hedge species - the right one says 13
|| The fence and stile protect the hedges from small deer.
|| These colourful tropical creatures hide an English pond.
|| The Wallbies roam, but do have a standard interpretation board
| These boards were quite high up, and obscure the view
|| A variety of signage in bright colours with strange styles
|| Advertising board and an incomplete and confusing fingerpost
| Fingerpost signs are high up and hard to read.
|| These safety signs are everywhere ...
|| Interpretation lecture using PowerPoint ...
|| The Discovery Centre exhibits tropical animals indoors
|| Three habitats typified by Spider, Apple-Snail and stick-insect
|| Desert adaptations explained on a board