Casuarina Cycleway, NSW

Residents and visitors can now enjoy the Casuarina Cycleway in Northern NSW after dark due to the installation of Multipole 161 Series poles complete with smart lighting along the 3.5 km route.

The poles support motion sensor, energy-efficient, LED lighting and CCTV which enhances safety along the cycleway for cyclists as well as pedestrians.  Additional smart city capabilities can be attached to the poles patented track system as required in the future.

Marine-grade, structural aluminium poles were selected due to their ability to withstand the harsh coastal environment so they look as good as the day they were installed for many years to come.

King William Road, Unley SA

The City of Unley’s historic King William Road has recently undergone an upgrade including repaving the road and the addition of flexible parking spaces which can be switch to temporary outdoor retail, dining or event spaces.

The project timeline needed to be kept to a minimum and Multipole could assist by providing a smart pole solution in half the usual lead time by utilising materials on hand. As a result, the entire project was completed ahead of schedule and could be enjoyed over the busy Christmas period.

Estate poles were specified due to the sophisticated and modern aesthetic and could accommodate planned future technologies including pedestrian sensors and smart crossing signals at a later date. The Estate Series supports a variety of luminaires including pole-top mounted column lights.

Koombana Bay, WA

The $10.8 million Koombana Foreshore Redevelopment has ultimately become the pride of the local community. A place where visitors and residents alike can kick back and relax, swim, play and laugh, exercise, picnic, dine and enjoy life to the fullest.

The project called for Bespoke light pole designs to provide feature lighting along the foreshore as well as carpark lighting. With over 40 years of design, engineering and manufacturing experience, Multipole was the supplier of choice to create the unique tapered rectangular style feature poles and round tapered poles to support carpark lighting.

Project Designers Cardno (WA) Pty Ltd and the City of Bunbury have taken home prestigious awards for the Koombana Foreshore Redevelopment including the 2018 Parks & Leisure Western Australia ‘Park of the Year’ and the 2019 Australian Coastal ‘Annual Achievement’ awards.

Oran Park, NSW

Oran Park is a suburb built for the future and will be home to 25,000 residents when completed.

Amac multi-function poles in striking black were specified as feature poles across the suburb supporting lighting and banner arms.

The AMAC poles future-proof Oran Park as they can accommodate smart city technologies for the suburb as they are developed and adopted across the suburb.

Rochfort Gallery, NSW

Rochfort Gallery in North Sydney is an exhibition hall reminiscent of the grand exhibition halls of the 1900’s. The 1920’s heritage Masonic Temple in which the gallery resides, has been completely and meticulously restored as a fine and applied arts emporium.

With new exhibitions every six weeks, the gallery needed a solution that allowed them to change promotional banners at the front of the building regularly without the need for road closures and expensive access equipment that also complemented the heritage style of the building.

The solution was the newly developed Multipole Banner Raising System mounted on a 168 Series multi-function pole anodised in “Amber Gold”. Banners can be changed at ground level by lowering the top and bottom banner arms along the track using a pulley system.

Macquarie University, NSW

Multipole’s reputation as an innovator and original designer made us the ideal partner to develop a 4G/5G capable multi-function pole for Macquarie University. Based on the 300 Series Maxi, the bespoke solution also utilised a version of our Multipod which houses the large screen and also facilitates a connection between the antenna and the technology.

As well as housing the 4G/5G technology, the multi-function poles also support lighting and help point units improving campus security.



University of Newcastle, Ourimbah Campus NSW

The Estate Series pole with heavy-duty mast was the ideal solution to mount CCTV cameras at the entrance to a busy carpark at the Ourimbah Campus of the University of Newcastle.

The heavy-duty mast reduces oscillation, thereby improving the performance of the cameras.  The Estate was also ideal as it offers flexibility of mounting locations for the cameras which was finalised on site.


Perth City Library Plaza, WA

Perth’s new public lending library and public plaza forms part of the city’s $55 million St George’s Cathedral Heritage Precinct redevelopment.

300 Series Mini multifunction poles support lighting, CCTV and Wi-Fi in and around the plaza area.   Street clutter was minimised in the plaza by the specified poles supporting multiple accessories. The 300 Series Mini light poles also future-proof the plaza as they can accommodate additional functionality in the future.


Yagan Square, WA

Yagan Square is a project of state significance for the city of Perth and Western Australia. It embodies a new urban typology, fusing culture, history, art, food, architecture and landscape. It is a square that forms part of Australia’s on-going reconciliation with its traditional owners.

Yagan Square is an inclusive, welcoming and active cultural and civic destination. The place is representative of the ideas of convergence: of geologies, tracks, narratives, indigenous and non-indigenous people and culture within the Square.

Yagan Square was awarded the 2019 National Landscape Architecture Award in the Civic Landscape category.

300 Series Maxi and 300 Series Mini multi-function poles specified for the project support numerous functions including lighting, Wi-Fi, CCTV and a public address system within the Square. The poles are also able to accommodate additional functionality in the future as new needs arise.


Rockingham Foreshore WA

The initial stage of the stunning Rockingham Foreshore Redevelopment has opened to the public in time for summer.

The redevelopment consists of three main areas – Railway Terrace, a pedestrian friendly shopping and eat street; the Beach Plaza, including a range of recreational, cultural and heritage attractions; and the Boardwalk, with timber terraces and attractions connecting to the beach.

Marine grade aluminium with colour anodising was specified for the  bespoke pole designs to maintain their original beauty in the harsh coastal conditions as well as ease of maintenance including paint graffiti removal.

The Bespoke design, including elegant tapered masts support lighting, CCTV, banners and other technology like weather sensors enhancing the safety and comfort of the community enjoying the new foreshore area.