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Solar Bollard pathway and waypoint lighting at a holiday park, Cicada Lodge, Katherine, NT.

Cicada Lodge is described as “your sanctuary from which to embrace the ancient landscapes and indigenous culture within the iconic Nitmiluk National Park”.  Located just outside Katherine along the Stuart Highway in the Northern Territory.

PROJECT DETAILS:

Date installed: May 2013
Customer: Cicada Lodge Holiday Park (Nitmiluk Tours)
Compliance: AS/NZS P4 from Car Park along pathway, then waypoint & amenity
lighting throughout the grounds
Product: SOLABOLLARD Gen 1, 200mA

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:

Pathway needed to be P4 from the car park to the lodge’s complex, then waypoint and amenity lighting to mark out the different lodgings, staircases, and entry ways without creating an unnecessary amount of light to not disturb neighbours or disrupt wildlife through the night. 

The pathway lighting is shown in the photo with the bollards spaced at around 8m apart to P4 compliance.  P4 means the path is adequately illuminated along its length and there are no dark patches along the path. 

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