Since the introduction of the Disability Discrimination Act in 1992, accessibility has become a major consideration in open spaces and the design of Street & Park Furniture. Today, we see a growing trend with Picnic Settings and Barbecues to provide accessibility for inclusive communities.
With the release of the new range of Furphy Barbecues on Australia Day, things have heated up quickly in the park. New Furphy barbecues are already heading to various open spaces and parks around Australia, as many of our customers have recognised that the inbuilt features perfectly fit their requirements. What were some of the questions asked by our customers?
No other piece of park furniture is tested like a Barbecue.
With some barbecues being used over a thousand times a year, what are the critical factors that define the best of community barbecues? How does a barbecue withstand the rigours of park life, deliver a consistent cooking performance and remain cost effective when it comes to cleaning and maintenance?