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Curve your boardwalk

At Sandy Cape Recreation Park in Western Australia a boardwalk was built to hug the undulating coastal sand dunes. Constructed in 2010 from recycled plastic Enduroplank™ decking the boardwalk offers spectacular 360 degree views of the area.

Having the boardwalk there helps to make Sandy Cape a multi-purpose attraction suitable for a whole range of visitors. Some people visit for the sandboarding dunes, some for 4WD tracks, some for the campsite, some for the beaches and bays. The boardwalk is one of the many attractions that entice more people to visit and enjoy the area.’ Alison Slyns, Tourism and Marketing Coordinator, Shire of Dandaragan.


Road trip itinerary sorted

The stunning Abrolhos Islands lie a mere 60 kilometres west of Geraldton on the Western Australian Coast.

The coral reefs and islands form a stunning backdrop and idealistic holiday destination.

Considering a holiday to the unique marine area?

Whilst driving up the coast, the sensational view at Separation Point is not to be missed!

A new long-lasting Replas' triple post and rail has recently been installed by the City of Greater Geraldton, to create a safety barrier from the picturesque sand dunes beyond the lookout.


Fence me in

An upgrade to a degraded ditch drain in the City of Albany, WA, has included an elegant Post and Rail fence from Replas, reshaping the area into a 'Living Stream' constructed wetland.

The recycled plastic fence was chosen by the council because of the lifespan benefits it offers and it has been positively received by ratepayers and council workers alike.

The area is now safer for pedestrians, more aesthetically pleasing and best of all will mean a huge saving on maintenance for the council in the future.


Changing community environmental attitudes

The City of Joondalup has taken one step further in their recycling effort.

Not only is the council a part of the Adopt-a-Spot litter program but they've also recently purchased some grey Premier Slimline Setting for their Iluka Foreshore Park.

The seating received rave reviews from residents and as a result, the park now has 4 recycled-plastic picnic settings which will withstand any harsh Western Australian weather it's privy too.


Cheer on and help save the world

The Shire of Augusta Margaret River has recently installed a few “Kimberley” seats at Gloucester Park, home of the ‎mighty Augusta Margaret River Hawks.

Punters can now sit on these beautiful environmentally friendly seats and cheer on their team in comfort.



The post is in for Perth

The City of South Perth in WA has decided to trial recycled-plastic post and rail fencing in a suburban walkway. If successful they will replicate the fencing in other walkways throughout the area.

Len Dalton, Works and Services Coordinator at the council said they chose Replas because we offer an, ‘excellent product and good service’.

The next wave in beach access

At Horrocks Beach, in WA, the only access to the beach was via a single track through the dunes. Regular traffic through this popular area meant the dunes and local native vegetation were subject to erosion. At Horrocks Beach, west of North Hampton in WA, the only access to the beach was via a single track through the dunes. Regular traffic through this popular area meant the dunes and local native vegetation were subject to erosion.

The Shire of Northampton constructed a pathway using recycled-plastic decking that has not only made life easier for visitors, but also created a single sustainable access route that will help protect the dunes.

The walkway is a safe access for all persons but more for the elderly and parents with prams/pushers who can get to the hard sand area instead of having to carry all their equipment.’ Garry L Keeffe, CEO, Shire of Northampton.


Game, seat and match

There are three things that don’t belong on a tennis court anymore: skin-tight shorts, fluorescent headbands and wooden tennis racquets. Not since the 1980s has a grand slam been won with a wooden racquet and outdoor furniture is going the same way.

At the Scarborough Tennis Club, wooden seats have been replaced, much like tennis racquets, with a superior, lower-maintenance and more aesthetically appealing design. President of five years, John Butterworth is sitting on Replas’ Kimberley Seat which replaced the old timber one. The new seat looks fantastic and is made using environmentally friendly recycled-plastic materials.

The seats also come in a variety of different colours and have multiple installation options. The Scarborough Tennis Club is so impressed with the seats that they are looking into ordering several more.

Surfing the environmental wave

National surfing Reserves are ‘iconic’ places of intrinsic environmental, heritage, sporting and cultural value to a nation. NSR is an organisation that recognises and dedicates surfing sites throughout Australia. The natural and rugged section of coast between Red Bluff and the Murchison River mouth in Western Australia is an area that is surfed and enjoyed by all. The aim of this reserve is to keep this unique area in its present form for all future generations.

The site of this dedication is marked by two recycled-plastic surfboard shaped seats from Replas. These sustainable Beachcomber seats are a perfect complement to this site as they are environmentally-friendly and will last beautifully in this harsh coastal location.


Murchison hooks an environmental solution

The mouth of the Murchison River is a much loved spot for Kalbarri locals to fish. The Shire of Northampton has now provided the perfect spot to cast a line in safety with the addition of a new platform made from recycled plastic and composite fibre. This timber free structure is perfect in this location as it is resistant to moisture and microorganisms and will not rot, crack or split.