- Local community group Committee 4 Wagga (C4W) launched a unique initiative aimed at encouraging more recreational use of the walking track during twilight hours and early morning. Committee 4 Wagga Chairman Judy Galloway said, “We want to give people inspiration to get out and exercise around the lake at night and give more people reason to stop by.” The C4W initiative called for local businesses and community groups to sponsor a light pole and be acknowledge with a named plaque on a light pole. The Wagga Wagga City Council and the NSW State Government also provided financial assistance.
- Green Frog Systems designed a contemporary style 8M high pole to meet the AS1158 P4 lighting requirements, while augmenting the look and feel of Lake Alberts’ natural environment. The GFS-Stealth solar pathway lighting systems are an all-in-one solar solution, which makes it easy to install and allows the system to blend in aesthetically with the surrounding area.
- 104 x GFS-Stealth Solar Pathway Lights covering the entire circumference of lake Albert or 5.4km of walking track which is officially the longest continuous solar pathway light installation in Australia!