Inspire : Public Works Nov Dec 2013
CLAIM YOUR FREE STREETLED 25W USB To launch our StreetLED 25W Luminaire, we are offering a free StreetLED 2GB USB exclusive to IPWEA readers. To claim yours, email firstname.lastname@example.org with your contact details. Limited to frst 500 responses (one USB per email per contact). All claims to be completed by January 31 2014. For more information contact your SLA rep on 1300 728 988. CITY OF SYDNEY Christmas celebrations kick o with a Children's Concert and tree lighting in Martin Place. Christmas trees, lighting and street banners are spread across the city until 25 December, and festive lighting is projected onto Town Hall. WELLINGTON CITY COUNCIL There are 890 Christmas bulbs permanently attached to the CBD street lights that are switched on from 1 December until 15 January. The city's Oriental Bay fountain's halogen lamps were also recently replaced with LEDs that enable interactive control for special events such as Christmas, and the Botanic Garden walkways are decorated with festive lights. CITY OF MELBOURNE A Christmas tree-lighting ceremony signals the start of the season in Melbourne, with a free concert and projections on the Town Hall. The Christmas tree in City Square is a 9m, 4.5-tonne Sequoiadendron giganteum Wellingtonia. The "Jingle Bells on Bourke Street" installation features 400 stars and 400 bells with colour-changing green, blue and red LEDs. CITY OF DARWIN Lord Mayor Katrina Fong Lim lights up the council's Christmas tree in Rowntree Park at an o cial ceremony on 29 November. A Christmas Cra Fair is also held in the museum precinct. BRISBANE CITY COUNCIL This year, King George Square will feature the largest solar-powered Christmas tree in the southern hemisphere, and the second largest in the world. The 20m tree will be decorated with silver snow akes, baubles and 16,000 light bulbs on 4km of wiring leading up to the giant treetop star. In addition, 40,000 LED bud lights will be installed across 22 trees and 11 garden beds in Brisbane's Queen Street Mall and Albert Street precincts.
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