Park DDA Table

The Park DDA range features dedicated castings for accessible and comfortable seats, benches and table settings.

Open Technical Sheet (recommended) | Open Brochure | Open Colour Chart
Not exactly what you need? Call 1300 027 799 or make an online enquiry for a tailored solution.
* Timber is a natural product with variations in tone and texture, and requires regular maintenance. Street Furniture Australia recommends oiling every three months. Failing to maintain timber will void your warranty.

 

The Park DDA range features dedicated castings for accessible and comfortable seats, benches and table settings.

Open Technical Sheet (recommended) | Open Brochure | Open Colour Chart
Not exactly what you need? Call 1300 027 799 or make an online enquiry for a tailored solution.
* Timber is a natural product with variations in tone and texture, and requires regular maintenance. Street Furniture Australia recommends oiling every three months. Failing to maintain timber will void your warranty.

 

end-access

Accommodates wheelchairs. Provide access at either or both ends.

wood without worry

Select Aluminium Woodgrain for a timber alternative with minimum maintenance.


at a glance

  • Price Range: $1200 - $2100
  • Maintenance Level: Easy – Medium
  • DDA-compliant: Yes

Street Furniture Australia uses sustainably sourced local timber from certified managed forests.

Spare parts are readily available.

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specifications

See Technical Sheet for further information
MCODE
PT9-DDA

DIMENSIONS
860W x 805H x various lengths (mm)
33 7/8" W x 31 11/16" H x various lengths

CONFIGURATION
• 1800mm
• 2500mm
• Tailored 

BATTEN
Section 85x30mm
SFA uses sustainable timber from certified managed 
forests. Timber requires oiling every three months.
• Eco-certified Jarrah Hardwood, Oiled (PEFC)
• Eco-certified Cumaru Hardwood, Oiled (FSC)
• Aluminium Anodised
• Aluminium Powder Coated (see colour chart)
• Woodgrain
               • Bush Cherry
               • Spotted Gum
               • Beach Oak
• Tailored 

WHEELCHAIR
• Side Access
• Access from 1 End
• Access from Both Ends
• Tailored

FRAME
• Cast Aluminium Powder Coated
  (see colour chart)
•Tailored
MOUNTING
• Surface Fixed
• Subsurface Fixed
• Tailored
COMPATIBLE SEATING
• Park DDA Seat
Park DDA Bench

Some options incur additional fees and lead time.
For a tailored solution please contact a sales representative.


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Future Street

Driverless shuttles, park benches that charge your phone and bins that send alerts when they’re full – the Future Street showed smart cities are within our grasp today. The Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA), Internet of Things Alliance Australia (IOTAA) and Smart Cities Council Australia New Zealand (SCCANZ) built the street of the future at Circular Quay on Alfred Street, in front of Customs House in October 2017. Place Design Group, as the design partner, curated Green, Complete and Smart Street zones to imagine the best placemaking outcomes for street designs of the future. “We found that people were using the seats, tables and platforms for work and social gatherings. Build it and they will come, is a good lesson for providing more infrastructure like this in our streets,” …

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Anzac Park, Campsie

When Street Furniture Australia’s photographer ventured to the upgraded Anzac Park in Campsie, it was so crowded with happy families he had to postpone the shoot for a less busy time of day. The popularity of this park is a testament to its design, by Moir Landscape Architects, and implementation by contractor Sterling Group Services. The City of Canterbury-Bankstown commissioned the $575,000 upgrade, co-funded with ClubGrants, as the first of several playgrounds to be developed for its growing population. “Anzac Park Playground is one of the first major upgrades in the Canterbury region and, yes, there are plenty more in the pipeline,” says Daniel Walters, landscape architect with the City of Canterbury-Bankstown. “The playground upgrade at Anzac Park is significant as it is in the centre of our busiest town and has …

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