Zimzala Restaurant – Cronulla, NSW

Posted on February 4th, 2020

Zimzala Cronulla


The Client

A family owned business which reflects on the quality of service & atmosphere pertaining to this beachside setting, Zimzala’s is the perfect combination of casual & fine dining with a relaxed ocean front setting.

With their menus changing each season, incorporating only the freshest produce and the creative talents of their Head Chef you will be delighted with the culinary offerings.

Catering for social lunches, romantic dinners, wedding receptions and more, Zimzala’s is a great location to enjoy a meal.

You will find Zimzala’s Cronulla on the beachside at: The Esplanade, South Beach Cronulla, NSW 2230.

Make a Reservation or connect with their social media accounts by visiting: https://www.zimzalacronulla.com.au/

The Suburb

Cronulla is a beachside suburb of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. Boasting numerous surf beaches and swimming spots, the suburb attracts both tourists and Greater Sydney residents.

Cronulla is derived from the aboriginal word Kurranulla, meaning ‘‘place of the small pink seashell’’ in the dialect of the area’s Aboriginal inhabitants, the Gweagal, who were a clan of the Tharawal (or Dharawal) tribe of Indigenous Australians. They Inhabited the southern geographic areas of Sydney. The beaches were named by Surveyor Robert Dixon who surveyed here in 1827-28 and, by 1840, the main beach was still known as Karranulla.[2] In July 1852 the schooner Venus was wrecked on the beach, which was referred to in newspaper reports as Cooranulla.[3]

Cronulla is a popular tourist attraction and attracts many beachgoers from all over Sydney. Cronulla Beach features a long stretch of sand that runs from Boat Harbour to North Cronulla, followed by rock pools and another sandy beach at South Cronulla.

What We Did

Zimzala’s required seating for their restaurant that was going to stand the test of time as well as the elements associated with coastal dining.  Selecting from our resin rattan range, they were able to have chairs that provide a tropical feel, which is similar to the very popular wicker furniture, found within resorts, without the worry of the seats unravelling, rusting or decaying.  UV Stabilised, these chairs will not fade and will last for many years in their oceanside location.

Zimzala Cronulla, NSW

Karimbla Restaurant – Miranda, NSW

Posted on December 16th, 2019

Karimbula Restaurant


The Client

Proudly serving the community of Miranda since 1996, Karimbla Restaurant provides low cost meals to the older generation, younger people with disabilities and their carers who reside in the Sutherland Shire.  The restaurant aids their clients by promoting a healthier and higher functioning lifestyle.  Run by staff and volunteers, Karimbla Restaurant hosts clients who visit on a regular basis, once a month or for special occasions.

Open Tuesday to Friday between 11:15am and 1:30pm, you will find Karimbla Restaurant at: Miranda Community Centre, 93 Karimbla Road, Miranda NSW 2228

Discover more about Karimbla Restaurant by visiting: www.karimblarestaurant.com.au

The Suburb

Miranda is a suburb in southern Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. The suburb is known as a commercial centre for the southern suburbs. Miranda is 24 kilometres south of the Sydney central business district, in the Sutherland Shire.

Thomas Holt (1811–88) owned the land that stretched from Sutherland to Cronulla. James Murphy, the manager of the Holt estate named the area after Miranda, a character in the William Shakespeare play The Tempest. In a 1921 letter, James Murphy said “the name Miranda was given to the locality by me as manager of the Holt Sutherland Company which I formed in 1881. I thought it a soft, euphonious, musical and appropriate name for a beautiful place.” It is believed that the character in the play was named after Miranda de Ebro, a town in Spain.

What We Did

After receiving an email from Nextrend, Karimbla Restaurant noted the Napoleon Chairs were on sale.  As a community group with limited funds, they jumped at the chance to upgrade the seating throughout the Restaurant with an extremely high quality product for a fraction of the standard retail price.  Since installation the staff, guests and volunteers have been extremely happy with the product in both quality and aesthetics.

Karimbla Restaurant

The Welcome Hotel – Sydney

Posted on October 24th, 2019


The Welcome Hotel


The Client

In 1878, Winston – a stowaway pooch lost his master. The plucky English fox hound was lucky enough to stumble upon a friendly publican in his drinking house on Evans Street. He welcomed the dog into the pub giving it a new home. That day a legend was born and the public house gained not only a new mascot but an inspired name!

True to its title, The Welcome continues to be known for its hospitality – along with a cracking wine cellar, beer menu and dining culture. 

You will find the Welcome Hotel at: 
91 Evans St, Rozelle NSW 2039

You can also check them out online at: https://www.thewelcomehotel.com.au/


 The Suburb 

Rozelle is a suburb in the inner west of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. It is located 4 kilometres west of the Sydney central business district, in the local government area of the Inner West Council.

In December 1892, prior to the opening of the new post office, the Postmaster-General declared Rozelle (named after the nearby Rozelle Bay to the south east) as the new name for the Balmain West post office. The new Rozelle post office opened in 1894 and by the early 1900s, both the suburb itself and local residents had adopted the name.

The name Rozelle and Rozelle Bay (often shown as “Rozella Bay” on old maps), originated from the parrots found in abundance at Rose Hill (near Parramatta) the first suburb of Sydney, established as a prime farming area for the new colony. The parrots, also in abundance in the inner west Bay area of Sydney, were commonly called “Rose Hill parrots” or “Rose-hillers” then Rosella.





What We Did

With upgrades in furnishing to the Beer Garden and Alfresco Dining Areas at the Welcome Hotel, Nextrend Furniture provided a range of products made for the all weather environments.  Colourful Air Barstools were selected for the Beer Garden and matched with Coral Star Table Bases with Black Compact Laminate Tops.  In the alfresco dining area Mr Bobo Chairs were selected to provide a classical modern look.

The Welcome Hotel

One Cafe Restaurant – Narrabeen

Posted on September 24th, 2019


One Cafe Restaurant


The Client

One is an iconic beach side Cafe, Restaurant & Bar serving quality modern Australian food and fresh Sushi Bar.

Opening in Mid 2019, One is quickly establishing itself as a top class venue with all Facebook reviews currently giving the venue 5 stars.  The menu offers a great choice of dining options jumping from ricotta gnocchi to tempura soft shell crab, then back to lamb rump before delving into tuna and salmon rolls.

With an outdoor dining and bar area, One hopes to start offering live music to its patrons in the near future.

You will find One Cafe Restaurant at: 1 Narrabeen Park Parade, Narrabeen Sydney, Australia 

You can also check them out online at: https://www.facebook.com/onecafenorthnarrabeen/


 The Suburb 

Narrabeen is a beachside suburb in northern Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. Narrabeen is 23 kilometres north-east of the Sydney central business district, in the local government area of Northern Beaches Council and is part of the Northern Beaches region.

There are a number of theories on the origin of the name “Narrabeen”. The most fanciful is that Narrabeen is named after “narrow beans” which the English in the first year of settlement (1788) found and ate from a vine growing over beach sand. Surgeon White indeed recorded getting ill from such beans but this was well north of Narrabeen, near Broken Bay. The name Narrobine Creek appears in 1801 in records relating to two escaped convicts, and thus the name appears to have been in use before then. Another suggestion is that it derives from an Aboriginal word meaning swan.

What We Did

With the new Cafe opening the client required seating.  As the venue has a coastal rustic vibe, our Harbour Chairs and Stools were selected to compliment this design.  The light timbers of the seats contrast perfectly with the surrounding sands, and the black of the metal frames blend with the colouring of the restaurant.

One Cafe Restaurant - Narrabeen

Cento per cento Italian – Bondi

Posted on May 23rd, 2019

Cento per Cento


The Client

Cento per cento is a brand new Italian Restaurant overlooking the waters of Bondi.  Serving authentic Italian cuisine, this restaurant is already starting to build a reputation for having some of the best pizza’s around.  Specialising in Pizza & Pasta, if you love Italian food, Cento per cento is well worth a visit when you are in Bondi. 

You will find Cento per cento Italian Restaurant at: 
5/84 Campbell Parade, Bondi Beach, Sydney

The Suburb 

The sweeping white-sand crescent of Bondi is one of Australia’s most iconic beaches. Reliable waves draw surfers while, nearby, hardy locals swim in the Icebergs ocean pool year-round. Trendy, health-conscious Sydneysiders head to laid-back cafes around Hall Street, while hip backpackers frequent the area’s casual pubs. Walkers and joggers use the clifftop Bondi to Coogee Coastal Walk, with its dramatic scenery.

What We Did

With the new restaurant opening its doors, Nextrend Furniture was engaged to provide the interior and exterior seating.  Utilising Bentwood Homestead Chairs inside, matched with Melamine tops sitting atop Astoria Table Bases, the interior furnishing provides a light welcoming environment.  The Astoria bases are then carried through to the outdoor dining area and matched with Shesman Compact Laminate Table Tops and White Air Chairs.  The exterior furnishings keep the light and beachy feel through the outdoor seating area, with the utilisation of compact laminate table tops and polypropylene chairs to create an all weather, all year round dining area.

Cento per cento