“Here at Cox Urban Furniture, that’s our Mantra – And the result?

Exceptional street furniture that’s beautiful, functional, and meaningful.”

Mark Cox – Principal, Cox Urban Furniture


Whether we’re designing street furniture for inclusion in our catalogue, or focusing our expertise on a custom furniture brief, we thoroughly explore collective needs, in order to craft solutions that accommodate our diverse community. Questions we consider include…


Who will use this street furniture, and for what length of time?

What Environmental factors need to be considered?

How can we provide Universal Access?

Where can we utilise recycled materials?

What forms are appropriate for its function?

Who will maintain this and how easily can it be done?

How will this furniture feel, both physically and emotionally?


Inspired and guided by our discoveries, we generate concepts, then develop and refine them, producing models and prototypes along the way to check ergonomics, strength and aesthetics. With integrity in every step of the process, our goal is the creation of street furniture solutions of which we can be proud.



Connecting with each other is the key to building and maintaining a sense of community. The easier and more inviting it is for people to connect, the more likely it is to occur, and we believe street furniture can, and should, facilitate this.

Good urban planning, architecture, landscape architecture and streetscape design plays a pivotal role in this process, and hard landscape features such as furniture provide an interface between people, the space, and each other. For example, sensitively designed and positioned seating provides opportunities to stop and rest awhile, to contemplate the natural and built environment, or simply enjoy the very human pleasure of people watching. As a result, opportunities arise for conversation and interaction between strangers, reinforcing the sense of belonging, even if alone.

At Cox Urban Furniture we strive to connect our street furniture solutions to the environment, helping our clients to enhance people’s relationship with the space, and each other. We create designs that are versatile, offering different stylistic and material options, and flexibility in both dimensions and configuration.

Over the past 25 years, our furniture has been selected for thousands of successful projects across Australia. Featured below, and also in the CUSTOM section of our website, are just a few for you to explore. Whatever the nature of your project, and whether its Catalogue or Custom Furniture you need, we’re always ready to listen and respond to your individual requirements.

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City of Albany - Centennial Park Project // [b]WA[/b]
Banyule City Council - Greensborough Town Centre // [b]VIC[/b]
Clarence City Council - Lindisfarne Streetscape // [b]TAS[/b]
Coffs Harbour City Council - Jetty 4Shore Project // [b]NSW[/b]
City of Darwin - Smith St Mall Redevelopment // [b]NT[/b]
City of Fremantle - High St Mall Reactivation Project // [b]WA[/b]
Gold Coast City Council - Southport Broadwater Parklands // [b]QLD[/b]
Lake Macquarie City Council - Red Bluff Boardwalk // [b]NSW[/b]
City of Melbourne - Kensington Neighbourhood Seniors Centre // [b]VIC[/b]
Mt Isa City Council - City Centre Refurbishment // [b]QLD[/b]
City of Perth - Standard Furniture Range for Perth City // [b]WA[/b]
City of Playford - Nolan Place Park // [b]SA[/b]
State Government Dept of Communities - Custom High Security Furniture // [b]QLD[/b]
Sutherland Shire Council - Como Pleasure Grounds // [b]NSW[/b]
Territory and Municipal Services - Parks and Conservation // [b]ACT[/b]
Yarra Ranges City Council - Pinks Reserve Netball Precinct // [b]VIC[/b]
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Alkimos Beach Estate - Alkimos // [b]WA[/b]
Atlantis Beach - Two Rocks // [b]WA[/b]
Brentwood Rise Estate - Palmerston // [b]NT[/b]
Creekwood North Estate - Sunshine Coast // [b]QLD[/b]
Ford North - Canberra // [b]ACT[/b]
Greenvale Lakes - Greenvale // [b]VIC[/b]
Laurimar Estate - Lend Lease Communities // [b]VIC[/b]
McKeachie's Run Estate - Aberglasslyn // [b]NSW[/b]
Martha Cove Waterfront Residential Estate - Safety Beach // [b]VIC[/b]
Muirhead Subdivision - Darwin // [b]NT[/b]
Newport Quays - Adelaide // [b]SA[/b]
North Shore - Townsville // [b]QLD[/b]
Sienna Wood - Hilbert // [b]WA[/b]
Springfield Lakes - Lend Lease Communities // [b]QLD[/b]
Waterloo Green Neighbourhood Project - Redfern // [b]NSW[/b]
Zuccoli Residential Estate - Darwin // [b]NT[/b]
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Albany Regional Hospital // [b]WA[/b]
Cairns Hospital Clinical Services Building // [b]QLD[/b]
Charles Darwin University Pharmaceutical & Medical Imaging Facilities // [b]NT[/b]
CSL Cell Culture Facility, Broadmeadows // [b]VIC[/b]
Eleven Remote Community Health Clinics // [b]NT[/b]
Fiona Stanley Hospital // [b]WA[/b]
Menzies School of Health // [b]NT[/b]
Perth Children's Hospital // [b]WA[/b]
Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital, Herston // [b]QLD[/b]
St John of God Hospital Burwood // [b]NSW[/b]
Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital Adult Mental Health Unit // [b]WA[/b]
South West Health Campus, Bunbury // [b]WA[/b]
Swan Hill District Health Clinic // [b]VIC[/b]
University Hospital Geelong // [b]VIC[/b]
University of Queensland Health Sciences Building, Herston // [b]QLD[/b]
Western Health Sunshine Hospital, St Albans // [b]VIC[/b]
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Applecross Senior High School // [b]WA[/b]
Charles Darwin University Australian Centre for Indigenous Knowledge and Education // [b]NT[/b]
Christ Church Grammar School // [b]WA[/b]
Curtin University of Technology // [b]WA[/b]
Dubbo Tafe // [b]NSW[/b]
Huonville High School // [b]TAS[/b]
James Cook University, Townsville // [b]QLD[/b]
MLC Junior School, Kew // [b]VIC[/b]
Murdoch University // [b]WA[/b]
QUT Gardens Point and Kelvin Grove Campuses // [b]QLD[/b]
St Aloysius Catholic College, Kingston // [b]TAS[/b]
Strathmore Secondary College // [b]VIC[/b]
UQ/CSIRO Joint Building Project, St Lucia // [b]QLD[/b]
University of Wollongong K2 Student Accommodation Building // [b]NSW[/b]
Westbourne Grammar School, Truganina // [b]VIC[/b]
Western Sydney University Climate Change Facility, Hawkesbury Campus // [b]NSW[/b]
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Shopping Centres
ABA Stores at Papunya, Haast's Bluff, Canteen Creek and Epenarra // [b]NT[/b]
Ballina Bayside Shopping Centre // [b]NSW[/b]
Bondi Junction Plaza // [b]NSW[/b]
Centrepoint Shopping Centre, Hobart // [b]TAS[/b]
Centrepoint Shopping Centre, Midland // [b]WA[/b]
Circle on Cavill Shopping Centre, Surfer's Paradise // [b]QLD[/b]
Cockburn Gateway Shopping Centre, Success // [b]WA[/b]
DFO Cairns // [b]QLD[/b]
Ellenbrook Central Shopping Centre // [b]WA[/b]
Greensborough Plaza // [b]VIC[/b]
North Shore Shopping Centre, Townsville // [b]QLD[/b]
Subi Square Shopping Centre, Subiaco // [b]WA[/b]
Tweed Mall Shopping Centre, Tweed Heads // [b]NSW[/b]
Victoria point Shopping Centre // [b]QLD[/b]
Wanneroo Central Shopping Centre // [b]WA[/b]
Zuccoli Plaza, Palmerston // [b]NT[/b]
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Canberra Airport // [b]ACT[/b]
Club Mandalay Golf Course, Beveridge // [b]VIC[/b]
Cockburn ARC Aquatic and Recreation Centre // [b]WA[/b]
Da Vinci Business Park, Brisbane Airport // [b]QLD[/b]
Discovery Park North Shore, Townsville // [b]QLD[/b]
Federal Police Building, Brisbane Airport // [b]QLD[/b]
Grand Reef Apartments, Dee Why // [b]NSW[/b]
Helping Hand Ingle Farm Residential Care Home // [b]SA[/b]
HM Prison Barwon and Tarrengower // [b]VIC[/b]
Hydro Tasmania Office Development, Cambridge // [b]TAS[/b]
Palmerston Child and Family Centre, Farrar // [b]NT[/b]
Perth Airport 'Terminal WA' and Linear Echo Park // [b]WA[/b]
Puckapunyal Australian Army Training Facility // [b]VIC[/b]
Rapid Creek Business Village, Darwin // [b]NT[/b]
Sikorsky Helitech MH-60R TLS Facilty, HMAS Albatross // [b]NSW[/b]
Workzone Office Campus, Pier St Perth // [b]WA[/b]

Steampacket Place – Geelong

Custom street furniture designs

Seat, bench, litter bin enclosure, bollard, tree grate, drinking fountain, and light pole.

Taylor Cullity Landscape Architects (VIC) and City of Greater Geelong Council

East Perth Redevelopment – Claisebrook Inlet

Custom sculptural seating with 4 variants

Recycled Jarrah

East Perth Redevelopment Authority

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East Perth Redevelopment – Macey Place

Custom semi-circular sculptural seating

Recycled Jarrah + steel

East Perth Redevelopment Authority

Murdoch University – Sir Walter Cafe

Parkline street furniture – range extension

Combined platform/table setting ‘island’ + bar height table with stools

Campus Projects and Maintenance department

Gray Parkline Products, Tables and Chair

Taiwan High Speed Rail – Taiwan

Taichung Station Plaza

Promenade Range seats and modified litterbins

Belt Collins + TCCT Joint Venture

Coffs Harbour City Council – Jetty 4Shore Project

Urban Edge wheelchair accessible table settings

Photo courtesy Fischer Design + Architecture and ST Images


High St Mall Upgrade – Darwin

Urban Edge street furniture extensions

Modified seats and benches + litter bin enclosures

Tract NT + City of Darwin

Atlantis Beach Estate – Two Rocks

Custom benches, seats, table settings and shelters

LD Total Design & Construct

Capricorn Village Joint Venture

Atlantis Beach Shelter

Centennial Park – Albany

Urban Edge range modified seating configurations

Triangular platforms + seats with half-backrests

City of Albany

Charles Darwin University – Darwin

Indigenous Education Centre

Curved, serpentine and semi-circular bench seating

Clouston NT

Kwinana Adventure Park Furniture

Kwinana Adventure Playground

Created Botanica Range – Seats, benches and wheelchair accessible table settings

Josh Byrne & Associates and City of Kwinana landscape architects

“Explore, Create, and Connect

with the team at Cox Urban Furniture”