Where can Barking Owl displays be heard?

Barking Owl Audio installations in Australia & New Zealand include:

  Entrance Garden, Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery Hobart Tasmania

  Audio Trail, Willandra Lakes Region WHA (NSW Dept of Environment)

  Couldrey House Auckland NZ (Friends of Couldrey House Charity Trust)

  Public Art Installation, City of Salisbury, Adelaide (Annalise Rees, artist)

  Marlborough Sounds Whaling Station, NZ (Dept of Conservation)

  Scandrett Regional Park, Mahurangi, NZ (Auckland Regional Council)

  Brunner Mine, South Island NZ (Dept of Conservation)

  Jansz Tasmania Interpretive Wine Room, Tasmania (Yalumba SA)

  Tasmanian Cricket Association’s Interactive Museum, Hobart Tasmania

  Shantytown, South Island NZ

  Ross Goldfields Information & Heritage Centre, South Island NZ

  Cockatoo exhibition, Perth Zoo, Western Australia

  Central Coast Visitor Centre, Ulverstone Tasmania (C. C. Council)

Explore our audio samples from some of these sites, with related display images, throughout this website.

The Panphonic directional speakers we supply (see adjacent images) create a real shower of sound and are widely used to deliver directional audio in museums, banks, retail shelf displays, digital signage, CD/DVD listening aisles, etc. They have been installed by others in:

RETAIL SITES including

•  Shell Service Stations, NZ

•  K-Supermarkets, Finland

•  Central Wisconsin Airport, USA

•  Lukoil / Teboil Gas Stations, Finland

•  Swisscom Telecom, Switzerland

•  Orange Telecom, Great Britain

•  SFR Telecom, France

•  ICA supermarkets, Sweden


•  Louvre, France

•  Toyota Visitor Center, USA

•  BMW Museum, Germany

•  G.A. Serlachius Museum, Finland

•  Churchill Museum, Great Britain

•  Exposition Huguenots Museum, France


Illustrations of audible zone under directional speakers, various sites

NZ Dept of Conservation & Rebecca Reid:

Outdoor mural at minesite in the NZ Alps with associated Barking Owl audio, installed within seat.