Heritage & History Trail Tanilba Bay
Information plaques are placed at each site. You can scan the QR codes to discover more about each street name or site. Directions for scanning QR codes are below the map.
How to Scan a QR Code
To scan a QR code using your phone’s camera, follow these steps:
- Open your phone’s camera app: Launch the camera app on your smartphone. If you have a recent model, it should support QR code scanning directly from the camera.
- Focus on the QR code: Position your phone’s camera so that the QR code is within the viewfinder. Make sure to hold your phone steady to get a clear shot.
- Wait for the QR code to be recognised: Most camera apps will automatically detect a QR code within the frame and display a notification or overlay with the detected content.
- Take action based on the scanned QR code: Once the QR code is recognised, your phone may offer actions related to the content. For example, if it’s a URL, it may ask if you want to open the link in your web browser. If it’s contact information, you might get an option to save it to your contacts.
- Follow on-screen instructions: The camera app might provide additional options or instructions based on the type of data encoded in the QR code.
Remember that the process may vary slightly depending on your smartphone’s make and model, as well as any software updates that may have occurred. If your phone’s native camera app doesn’t support QR code scanning, you can easily find third-party QR code scanner apps in your app store. Just search for “QR code scanner” to choose from various options available for your device.