The Joseph Banks Native Plant Reserve has recently been revived with several of Stoddart Town & Park’s custom-designed street furniture elements, including a new DDA compliant, wheel-chair accessible BBQ.
Joseph Banks Native Plant Reserve is a beautiful nature retreat in Kareela, south of Sydney. It has been developed by Sutherland Shire Council to give visitors the opportunity to walk, picnic and relax in a naturally stunning bushland setting.
Stoddart Town & Park worked with landscape architects, Phillips Marler to provide a range of furniture to compliment the bush setting of the native plant reserve. As specialists in the design and production of a suite of attractive, robust and functional street furniture in Australia, all of the company's street furniture is designed with a wide range of Australian people in mind.
For this particular brief, custom seating was installed on the new sandstone walls, while a variety of seats, benches and table settings from Town & Park’s Metro range were utilised for the remainder of the project.
Custom engineered solutions were also required to install a portion of the furniture to the new decking. For this purpose, the design team manufactured custom leg bases to distribute the weight load across several deck planks.
In addition to the furniture present, Joseph Banks Native Plant Reserve now features a DDA-compliant, wheelchair-accessible BBQ, also supplied through Stoddart Town & Park. This project highlights Stoddart Town & Park’s focus on quality, detail, and exceeding client expectations in delivering custom-designed outdoor furniture solutions for a wide range of multi-ability public settings.
Town & Park is a trusted supplier for large projects where flexibility, experience, and a commitment to quality are crucial to delivering successful outdoor furniture solutions.
For more information on the project, contact the team at Stoddart Town & Park today.