Robustness was the priority for tourism hot spot

Shelters built near famous Kiama blow hole

Over 600,000 tourists flock to the NSW South Coast town of Kiama every year to witness the Australian version of a geyser – the Kiama blow hole.

With that amount of potential park users in a high corrosive environment, robustness was the highest priority when Kiama Council sought to install shelters and park furniture in the area.

Landmark Products supplied four timber Sherbrooke shelters with gable roofs (two 6 x 3.3m and one 6 x 4m), together with picnic settings and barbecues. All shelters were installed with inground posts on new concrete slabs.

Three San Remo picnic settings, finished in the council colours of teal, were also supplied and installed with bolt-down legs, underneath the shelters.

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