Multipole™ is a product of the greater Goldspar Australia Group of Companies.
Our Sydney based company has been in the tubular aluminium products business since 1979 when it was founded by design engineer, Douglas Rawson-Harris. In 1997, Doug designed and developed the award winning, first ever multi-function light pole system known as the Smartpole. He later went on to develop the impact-absorbing frangible Multipole™, the new generation of aluminium multi-function smart poles.Learn More
ANU Birch Building, ACT
Estate Series are the preferred smart pole for the Australian National University (ANU).
Estate Series are the preferred smart pole for Australian National University (ANU). The design boasts a striking black pole with stainless steel transition which supports today’s technology and lighting requirements across the university campus as well as future needs. Generously...Read More
Bondi Junction Cycleway, NSW
300 Series Maxi family of aluminium poles deliver a consistent range of poles while fulfilling the many varied requirements of the project.
Waverley Council selected Multipole 300 Series poles for the Bondi Junction Cycleway project because of their aluminium construction and the extensive range with various functions, including traffic pole applications and banner arms. The Bondi Junction Cycleway is part of the...Read More
Dicker Data, Kurnell NSW
Estate poles deliver a modern yet functional solution for the new state of the art office and warehouse facilities for IT distributor, Dicker Data.
Dicker Data recently completed a new 15,000 square metre office and warehouse facility situated close to the coast, just south of Sydney. With the facility operating longer than typical business hours, staff safety was a key consideration when selecting the...Read More
Princes Gardens, Prahran VIC
Australian manufactured tapered poles delivered in less than half the time of previous overseas supplier.
As an Australian designer and manufacturer, Multipole was delighted to manufacture and supply a bespoke solution for lighting in the Princes Gardens located in Prahran in Melbourne, Victoria. The previous light poles used in the Gardens came from an overseas...Read More