Solar bollard lights

Parks & open spaces

Solar Bollard Lights for Parks

Jetties, marinas & pontoons

Solar Bollards for marine use

Pathways & driveways

Solar Bollard Lights for Parks

General light, safety & security

Solar Bollards for marine use


Solar Bollard Lighting Specifications

Used by some of Australia’s most well know organisations such as BHP Billiton, Brisbane City Council,
Department of Defence, Department of Transport & Main Roads QLD and Rio Tinto to name a few.

Demonstration: Vandal resistant solar LED bollards

With bollards in the market for over 10 years now, the original Australian made vandal resistant solar LED bollards operate provides reliable all night light in some of the most demanding locations.

From maritime locations with heavy salt water, extremely hot and dry desert regions such as the Pilbara, hot tropical locations such as Darwin, the freezing Victorian and NSW snow fields, through to high vandalism urban and remote areas, these bollards have proven they are tough and reliable.

Town of Port Hedland Testimonial.
“We are very happy with the bollards, they suit the required use and are going to be a great asset to us for a long time. The tenants that we have put in the adjacent houses have not been shy in the past with airing any complaints they have, but I haven’t heard one complaint regarding the light bollards. That to me is a great accomplishment.”


What is the life expectancy?

Proven track record of 10 + years. 5 year warranty.

Do they stay on all night?

Yes, reliable all night light at 100% illumination.

How does rainy days affect the performance?

They are designed to operate reliably through prolonged bad weather. They have 3.5 – 5 nights battery back-up.

Do the batteries need replacing?

No, the batteries will outlast other components, but are easy to change nonetheless.

Are they easy to install?

Yes. DIY capable person, no electrician or solar installer required.
Direct bury pole into soil with concrete back fill or on ground (flange mount) to dynabolt to existing structure.

What distance should they be spaced?

To conform to AS 1158 P4 pathway lighting, allow 6.5 to 8m between poles depending on model, or 10m to 15m for way finding light.

Solar bollard lights enquiry form

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Ease of purchase for local government

All NSW, Qld, and ACT local government can purchase SBL solar lighting bollards through the Localbuy and Local Government Procurement contracts, eliminating the need to go to tender or obtain three quotes, with peace of mind that they are dealing with a reputable pre-qualified supplier and purchasing on the best possible terms.