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Lighting at Otto Park, St Peters


Consultation closed: 5pm, Friday 24 June.

Google Map of Otto Park, St Peters 5069

As Otto Park is designated as an off-leash area for dogs, lighting can extend the time that residents and dogs can safely use the park in the evening, particularly in winter. 

The proposed lighting of Otto Park is designed to Australian Standards and complies with requirements to minimise light spillage into adjacent properties.

The lighting design proposes five LED luminaries along the north and south perimeters of the park.

The technology includes a photoelectric cell to turn off the lights in daylight as well as a timer to turn off the lights at a designated time (e.g. 9pm in winter and 10pm in summer).

To assist in the consultation process, the Council wants to know if you would prefer the lighting in Otto Park or for it to remain as is, without the additional lighting.

Proposed lighting

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Proposed Lighting Plan for Otto Park Map

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Thank you for taking the time to provide your input into making Otto Park a safe and fun place for children, their families and visitors to our City.


Simonne Reid
Communications Officer
T: 08 8366 4555