Thursday, April 9, 2015

Welcome to the team Jarrod!

Street and Park Furniture are thrilled to announce the appointment of Jarrod Poole as our NSW Regional Manager.

Jarrod is a Landscape Architect, with construction experience and a wealth of information relating to public realm infrastructure.

At Street & Park we are aiming to combine our fabrication expertise, with our furniture knowledge to be able to offer a full range of standard products as well as custom and one off designs – all at a low cost.

If you have any projects you are currently tendering on or are in the process of procuring, Jarrod would be more than happy to help in any way you see fit.

For all your eastern state enquiries, please contact Jarrod on 0416 560 179 or

Sunday, September 14, 2014

Street Wood

We at Street and Park are excited to introduce our new composite material Street Wood

Our new product is an excellent alternative to timber as it requires little maintenance, provides a very similar look and feel to timber whilst being water permeable, termite proof and resistant to graffiti.

We have begun to implement Street Wood into our existing ranges of furniture and it has been extremely successful. We have also been able to create a custom-sized profile to adapt to our Campus furniture range (image: top left) which has proved very popular in schools and universities.

To learn more about Street Wood, please contact us on 1800 688 367.

Sunday, August 31, 2014

Welcome to Our New Homepage!

Welcome to our new homepage! 

We've been busy working on too many new and exciting projects, to not show them off on our new sliding gallery homepage. Everything that you're used to from our old website is still here: the furniture ranges, furniture types and custom galleries etc., all available through our slide out navigation bars. 

We are currently working on a complete website overhaul, so stay tuned! 

If there are any custom furniture pieces that you would like to specify or adapt for your new upcoming development, please contact Nina Rondello on 1800 688 367 or Scott Freeman on 0416 560 179.

Thursday, August 21, 2014

Welcome Aboard, Scott!

Street and Park is pleased to announce the opening of our Sydney office.

Scott Freeman will bring his years of experience in street furniture and infrastructure to the fore.

When combined to our 25 year history, that is a lot of expertise on hand for your next project!

For all your eastern state enquiries, please contact Scott on or 0416 560 179.

Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!

Street and Park would like to wish everyone a safe and happy Christmas and New Year. We hope 2011 has given everything you wished for, and hope 2012 will be even better.

We’d like to thank all the Council’s, Landscape Architects and Developers that we have worked with this year, its been a very exciting year with a lot of great projects and we are looking forward to working with you in 2012!

Happy Holiday’s!

Thursday, December 1, 2011

People’s Choice Winner…

Street and Park Furniture were excited to attend the South Australian AILA Awards held on the 29th of October at the Science Exchange.

Street and Park’s own Michelle Herbut and Tamrah Petruzzelli from The Adelaide Review presented the award on the night. And we’d like to congratulate the winner’s, Wax Design and Ric McConaghy for Wombat Waterhole, Hazelwood Park Playspace! 
Street and Park would also like to congratulate the lucky voter, Sue Poulton from Beulah Park. Sue has chosen the Grindle Seat and I’m sure it will be the perfect addition to her backyard.

Well done to all the winner’s on the evening, and thanks again for letting us be a part of your special night.

Hope to see you again next year!

For more information on the AILA awards, see the December issue of FORM

Wednesday, November 30, 2011


Street and Park Furniture, along with Rossi Boots, have been selected under a pilot program to work with business advisers and design specialists to develop new strategies for growth.
“Managing Director, Cameron Johnston is convinced better cities start at street level.
So he is focusing on good, well-designed street furniture to help achieve that aim.
The Street and Park Furniture managing director says that to deliver on function and form is at times quite challenging, particularly when the market is looking for a bespoke solution rather than an off-the-shelf item.”

To help improve manufacturing and design competitiveness for his leading-edge furniture design company, Street and Park Furniture applied to be a part of the Design Integration Program, which is modelled on a NZ program which has seen success to over 70 companies since its conception.

“Mr Johnston said he was excited by opportunities the new State and Federal Government program would give local businesses to gain a competitive edge by using innovative design.”

By Nigel Austin from AdelaideNow, and as seen in the SA Business Journal as part of The Advertiser.

The Street and Park team have just completed a two day Audit/Review with the Design Integration panel which included overseers from the New Zealand Design Integration Program ( and will await the report due in January.

Bring on an improved 2012!