Town & Park Furniture was founded in 1988 by Bruce Mackenzie, a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects. Bruce served on the Council of the AILA for nine years and chaired the Environment Committee for three years, assisting with the development of the Institute's Environment Policies.
Bruce was instrumental in the design and production of a suite of attractive, robust and functional street furniture in Australia - Street furniture, designed with people in mind.
Stoddart, one of Australia and New Zealand’s leading specialist in stainless steel fabrication and metal fabrication acquired from Adshel in 2013 the Town & Park street furniture business. Stoddart's experience in street furniture in Australia is extensive and has been gained over more than 15 years, now with an extension into New Zealand.
With full capabilities for industrial design and engineering, product development is at the forefront of designs for street furniture, park shelters, picnic shelters, park benches, park barbeques, park tables, picnic settings, benches, seats, drinking fountains, bins, bin enclosures and ashtrays, bike racks, bike furniture, outdoor showers and other urban infrastructure. Town & Park is well equipped to deliver on custom products and projects for any urban landscape for street furniture in Australia and New Zealand.
Town & Park designs and manufactures products locally, so we can customise products for specific applications or requirements with shorter lead times.
With manufacturing experience and material knowledge we can create products in all material types; mild steel, stainless steel, aluminium, cast aluminium, concrete and timber.
With over 415 employees, more than 50 years of stainless steel fabrication and metal fabrication industry experience, Stoddart and Town & Park are the right choice for supply of street furniture in Australia and New Zealand.
New South Wales
Town & Park designed, engineered and finalised for construction two of the main features of Yamble Reserve, the Pergola and the Park Shelter. Town & Park was also responsible for providing other pieces of major infrastructure including the public drinking fountain and the park barbeque.
Gold Coast Light Rail
Queensland - 2014
Stoddart along with their Architectural, Infrastructure and Town & Park divisions, were awarded the contract by McConnell Dowell to supply and install a range of external elements for the Light Rail Project. Town & Park were responsible for delivering DDA Compliant City Seats, bollards, bins, bike racks and custom furniture elements. This is the biggest single delivery project in Town & Park history, where we delivered over 100 seats in a period of 2-3 months.
New South Wales - 2014
Town and Park were engaged by Optus to assist in the delivery of a new outdoor dining area for their Macquarie Park Campus. In response to this request we developed a suite of Café Furniture as well as an outdoor group meeting “Pod”. Using steel and FSC timber, the settings, bar table and outdoor room not only delivered on the brief, it also met their budget and was extremely well received by the 6,000+ employees on site.