Darling Island Wharf is a picturesque waterfront location on the foreshore of Sydney Harbour, with views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and city skyline. A popular destination for tourists and residents, the wharf has been elegantly furnished with Classic Galleria Seats and Traditional Bollards, in keeping with the traditional style of the historic waterfront. Plato Bins have also been installed to keep the wharf (and the harbour) clean and tidy.
Plato Bin 80L
Plato features a key operated sprung lid.
Choose from a wide range of body patterns.
at a glance
- Price Range: $1200 - $1300
- Maintenance Level: Easy – Medium
Spare parts are readily available.ORDER SPARE PARTS
MCODE LB6 CAPACITY 80L DIMENSION (mm) ø 515L x various height LID • Cast Aluminium • Polished • Powdercoated in Textura (see colour chart) • Powdercoated in Sable (see colour chart) • Tailored INTEGRATED ASHTRAY • No • Yes • Tailored BODY • Aluminium Powder Coated (see colour chart) • Stainless 316 No.4 Finish (brushed) • Tailored LINER • Black Polyliner • Galvanised Steel (recommended with ash tray) • None • Tailored
PERFORATIONS • None (solid) • Stellar • Dottie • Holes • Slots • Starburst • Wave • Tailored BASE AND MOUNTING • Saucer • Surface Fixed • Freestanding (with counter weight) • Hoop • Surface Fixed • Subsurface Fixed COLLAR • Cast Aluminium • Polished • Powdercoated in Textura (see colour chart) • Powdercoated in Sable (see colour chart) • Tailored ANTI-GRAFITTI COAT • No • Yes • Tailored
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The Adamco business park located in clayton is a large business centre which many business call home. IN 2006 the property was built and Street Furniture was brought in to provide all outdoor seating for this Project. The clients choose the Classic Galleria seating wall mounted. The Galleria Seat with Aluminum Battens provides a modern twist on a classic chair which fits well in the modern feel of the Business Park.
The state-of-the-art transit facility was built over an eight-month period between October 2010 & May 2011, officially opening in August 28, 2011. The station provides high-quality public transport infrastructure for TransLink bus services and tourist coaches in the Noosa region. Incorporating seven bus stops across two bus platforms, the state-of-the-art facility provides a tourism and transport hub for the community and was designed by local architects to reflect the look and feel of the iconic Noosa region.