Parks & Outdoor Products & Services Directory

Planning parks and outdoor spaces is easier and more efficient with the ProjectLink. From initial design requiring landscape architects or designers to construction equipment for building to installing street furniture. This directory will be your primary source for creating the appropriate space with bricks and pavers, safe and sturdy playground equipment, street furniture, drainage and solar lighting. Keep it ‘green’ with supply options for trees, lawn and turf supplies. Maintenance is easier with sources for graffiti removal, litter bins and ashtrays, park and street maintenance companies and sprinklers and drip irrigation products – whatever you require.

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TERRAIN GROUP PTY LTD

Supplier of leisure and recreational furniture for the open space environment.

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URBAN FOUNTAINS AND FURNITURE

When you deal with Urban, you can be assured that you will be supplied with high quality, yet reasonably priced street furniture, ...

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UNISITE

Suppliers of exceptionally stylish and functional outdoor furniture and facilities including eating, tables, barbeques, drinking ...

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WATERMAN IRRIGATION

Irrigation controllers and central control systems

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X Beam Portable Inflatable Shelter

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Sleeper and Retaining Wall Profiles

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Bike Rack - Bicycle Parking Rack - Expo 3606

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Versatile Outdoor Drain Kit

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Conservation Park extensions to help protect West Coast wildlife

New land will be added to three of the state’s most picturesque conservation areas on South Australia’s west coast.

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Transformation of Parramatta Park begins

The $20 million transformation of Parramatta Park has begun with various projects set to revitalise the park’s facilities.

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Brisbane's Botanic Gardens start to grow

EARTHWORKS are well underway for the regeneration of Legacy Way’s Toowong worksite into a four hectare expansion of the neighbouring Gardens.

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Atherton Forest Mountain Bike Park on the trail of success

North Queensland is fast becoming a mecca for mountain bikers with 40km of trail now built at the Atherton Forest Mountain Bike Park and another 20km to come.

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Tuggeranong Town Park master plan finalised

Minister for Territory and Municipal Services, Shane Rattenbury, announced that the final master plan for Tuggeranong Town Park, which includes ideas for an enlarged picnic and barbecue area, upgraded play spaces, is now available for public viewing.

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Plans progress quickly for Melbourne Park upgrades

A streamlined planning process has been put in place to ensure Melbourne and Olympic Parks remain among the world’s greatest sporting precincts.

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Urban improvements for our city

Minister for Territory and Municipal Services, Shane Rattenbury, and Treasurer, Andrew Barr, announced a range of initiatives in the 2014-15 Budget that will improve urban amenity and public spaces across Canberra.

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Construction begins on new park for Playford

Construction of a new town park with a swag of community facilities will begin this month at Playford Alive.

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$40million upgrade to Fitzgerald River National Park

One of Australia’s largest and most significant national parks has undergone a $40million upgrade designed to boost tourism along Western Australia’s south coast and stimulate local businesses.

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New Attraction at the Darwin Botanic Gardens

Visitors exploring the George Brown Darwin Botanic Gardens can now enjoy a fresh drink and quick snack with the opening of a new Café amongst the Garden’s wilderness.

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Grampians National Park rebuild to begin

The Victorian Coalition Government will provide $250,000 in funding to rebuild tourist assets damaged by the bushfires in the Grampians National Park.

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New water plan to help create recreation spaces

A new water strategy has been developed to ensure Perth’s fast growing north-western suburbs will have adequate water for sporting and recreation spaces.

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More kindy places in 2014

Funding from the Newman Government will help provide 700 extra children across Queensland with access to kindy this year.

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Lighting up the Wivenhoe Showgrounds

Work is set to begin on lighting up the Wivenhoe Showgrounds in Burnie with State Government funding paving the way for the project to start.

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Curve your boardwalk

Curve your boardwalk

At Sandy Cape Recreation Park in Western Australia a boardwalk was built to hug the undulating coastal sand dunes.

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Why Replas bollards? Why not?

Why Replas bollards? Why not?

We asked Fraser Coast Regional Council in Queensland why they turned to recycled plastic bollards after the Mary River area flooded in 2013 and this is what they had to say:

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Solar Lighting takes precedence with Department of Defence.

Solar Lighting takes precedence with Department of Defence.

The recent $112 million upgrade of Robertson Barracks in the NT included 142 stand alone Vertex solar lighting systems, the largest solar lighting installation to take place in Australia.

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Cobbled together StoneSet driveway

Cobbled together StoneSet driveway

This recent project completed in Sydney shows how using cobbles to break up a large area of StoneSet can give a fantastic appearance as well as highly durable surface alternative to asphalt or concrete.

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Recycled Plastic Stakes

Recycled Plastic Stakes

Plastic Recyclers has been the major manufacturer of recycled plastic stakes in Australia for more than 15 years now. Whether for domestic or commercial use we have an exhaustive range of profiles to choose from.

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A gold solution

A gold solution

Regular tourist traffic at the Venus Gold Battery in Charters Towers, Queensland, was gradually breaking down the integrity of a concrete path which was originally laid in the 1880's.

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Park it here

Park it here

Parkside Primary School in South Australia needed cost effective bench seats to go around several raised garden beds. Because of the school’s focus on sustainability recycled plastic was a natural fit.

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