Furniture for Outdoor Dining and Street Activations

Choose from a wide range of readily available products to help bring life, joy and comfort to your community.

Street Furniture Australia offers a wide range of seats, benches, tables, litter bins and enclosures, planters, bollards, bike stands and more, made-to-order in Australia.

Our products have been tried-and-tested to activate spaces and deliver results. Select from our bright range to bring life, joy and comfort to your community.

We are available to assist you today. Ask for a brochure, pricing, CAD files and more. Our manufacturing lead time is 6 weeks.

See the slideshow below for a recommended range of street furniture for setting up both temporary and permanent spaces for outdoor dining and recreation – with fixed and moveable options.

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View the Furniture for Outdoor Dining and Street Activations slideshow to browse our recommended range of street furniture products.


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Join Us For Tea Time (via Zoom)

Take a quick (and educational) tea break with us! Customers are invited to join a fast and interactive one-on-one Zoom chat with your local Street Furniture Australia representative to learn about street furniture trends, new products and latest projects.  Presentations are guaranteed no longer than 10-minutes plus Q&A. Each participant will receive a T2 Ten gift box. The T2 Ten box includes 10 teas and tisanes – China Jasmine, French Early Grey, Green Rose, Lemongrass & Ginger, Melbourne Breakfast, Morning Sunshine, New York Breakfast, Packs a Peach, Sleep Tight and Tummy Tea. Book by contacting Nancy on teatime@streetfurniture.com, or via the button below. Update: and the winner of the Tokyobike is … Tea Time participants from September to December in 2020 had a chance to win a Tokyobike Classic Sport. …

  • 25 sep 2020
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In Profile: Claudia Gee Vassar

Houston’s first botanic garden opened in September 2020, in the middle of a pandemic, offering locals a green escape from the confines of their living spaces into 132 acres of living museum. Some 2.5 miles of walking trails guide visitors along a bayou meander and through six outdoor gallery spaces displaying a collection of tropical, sub-tropical and arid plants from around the world to showcase the biodiversity that thrives along the Texas Gulf Coast. Claudia Gee Vassar, President and General Counsel of the Garden, joined the institution’s long journey towards establishment (18 years from nonprofit formation to opening day) in 2016. She shares her insights with StreetChat about the creation and growth of a very rare thing in 2020: a brand-new botanic garden. 1. What inspires you? I am inspired …

  • 18 jan 2021
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Trend Watch January 2021

The rise of functional art: Public art can blend both form and function, blurring boundaries between the street object and the outcome people get from their engagement with it.  Making art an everyday experience is integral to some of the best public spaces and cities around the world. The right mix of permanent or temporary installations can reflect identity and create vibrancy in an area. The artsy bus shelter pictured above (left) offers a playful and engaging option for those seeking transportation. And the water droplet shape – pictured above right – first appears to be a sculpture, but on closer inspection reveals itself to be a water fountain for refilling drink bottles.  The design of the fountain – called the O fountain – is courtesy of Melbourne based ‘O …

  • 19 jan 2021
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