We’re passionate about biosecurity signs at Vinehealth Australia – we have farm-gate signs and tourist signs on offer via our website.

And we’re pleased to see some interesting and creative biosecurity signs popping up around Australia.

The ‘Humanoid Exclusion Zone’ sign at the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) in Hobart is a cheeky way to keep visitors out of the vineyard. We’ve shown you a snippet of the sign, but if you have a broad mind, we suggest you view the full sign here.

There’s also the creative ‘Beware of snakes’ sign at Eldridge Estate in the Mornington Peninsula, where owner David Lloyd has “given up” on the usual biosecurity signs and is going for shock factor. The sign says: ‘Tiger snakes and brown snakes can be found in this vineyard. These snakes are amongst the most poisonous in the world. Stay away from the vineyard.’

Have you seen any creative biosecurity signs in your travels? We’d love to hear about them! Send any photos or stories to admin@vinehealth.com.au.

 

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