In the heart of Wagga Wagga, the historic Victory Memorial Gardens are set on two hectares of land and offer a central meeting place for the city. Wagga Wagga Council have chosen the comfortable and timeless Mall range to upgrade their existing outdoor furniture. A number of Mall Settings and Mall Seats have been placed throughout the gardens, providing a place to gather with family or simply ponder the history of the park. Also, Rim Bins have been added to provide an efficient litter solution for visitors.
Select the integrated ash tray option for no additional fee
Choose from a wide range of body patterns.
at a glance
- Price Range: $500 - $1000
- Maintenance Level: Easy – Medium
Street Furniture uses sustainably sourced local timber from certified managed forests.
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570W x 790H Saucer or
925H Hoop Specifications
Cast Aluminium Polished
Spun Stainless Steel with Wire Restraint
• No Ash
• With Ash
Aluminium Sheet Powder Coated**
**Refer to Colour Chart
Base and Mounting
• Saucer Surface
• Saucer Freestanding*
• Hoop Surface
• Hoop Subsurface
*Freestanding includes nylon skids to protect flooring
Tailored options are available for all Street Furniture products. Additional fees and lead times may apply.
Harden Shire Council has recently upgraded their town in rural NSW. The main thoroughfare, Neill Street, has undergone reconstruction work, and a range of Street Furniture Australia products have been selected to enhance the renewed streetscape. Traditional bollards line the main road; Rim Bins provide a modern, efficient litter solution; Classic Galleria Seats provide comfortable resting places for locals and visitors alike; and Semi Hoop bike stands offer easy-to-use bicycle parking. Along with the Council’s investment in new trees and gardens, the new street furniture ensures that Harden is more welcoming than ever.
A new secondary school was needed to support the growing community of East Coomera, Queensland. As one of the first new schools to be built in 2013, the Pimpama State Secondary College brims with amenities which will meet the needs of students for years to come. A selection of sturdy, easy-to-clean outdoor furniture from Street Furniture Australia, such as the Park Slim Bench, Classic Galleria Setting and Frame Bin Enclosure, were ideal choices to support the $25+ million project headed by Evans Harch of BADGE. SFA also created custom one-off pieces, combining extra-wide battens to form a platform bench and plinth mounted on the site’s Australian sandstone as a feature in the landscape.