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Solar Bollard pathway & waypoint lighting for the pathways through the Jacaranda Springs reserve, High Wycombe, WA

Jacaranda Springs is a public reserve stretching about 500m in the suburb of High Wycombe in the Kalamunda hills outside Perth. 

Project Details:

Date installed: July 2018
Customer: City of Kalamunda
Compliance: Waypoint lighting
Product: 38x SOLABOLLARD Gen 1 along pathway
Custom: Lower power models (80 & 120mA) of SOLABOLLARD selected because of shading in some sections of the pathway.

Project description:

The area to light was the main pedestrian pathway from the corner of Foxton Boulevard to the end of the park at Benson Way (370m total length). The objective was to create a useable, inviting, and interactive shared public area.  Solar bollards were spaced 12 to 15m apart for waypoint lighting through the reserve.

Solar was specifically requested to reduce capital costs and to achieve project completion in a short time frame.

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