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One of Australia's largest regional health services, Barwon Health, has had a growing concern for the amount of vehicles parking on the lawns at their location in Geelong. The management team needed to produce a solution which would prevent people parking on the landscaped area.

Not only did the team find a product which fit the brief, it also came with the bonus of little to no maintenance. After comparing a number of boundary options, the Replas 125 mm bollards came out on top. The cost of the bollards were cheaper than the traditional timber option and the lack of maintenance means further economic saving in the future. The team also decided to utilise the additional options, round reflectors and reflective tape, to increase visibility and safety.

What a healthy solution!


Swan Hill Rural Council, in Victoria, recognises that to fully support recycling they needed to commit to purchasing the products made from plastic waste collected in their area.

Several recycled-plastic seats now take pride of place at the picturesque and historic Lake Boga, each bearing a variety of artwork depicting the many activities that can be enjoyed around the area, such as fishing, swimming and sailing. The council also chose the durable Replas 145 mm square bollards to protect the landscape and walking paths from vehicular access.Congratulations Swan Hill.

Over 3.5 million plastic bags diverted from landfill!




Replas recently rose to a particular challenging task of creating an Enduroplankâ„¢ in black, differing from the traditional colours of brown or grey.

The Ballarat manufacturing team stepped up and showed their ability to perform special customised orders.

An incredible looking Enduroplankâ„¢ deck at Doughboy Parade, Murrarrie, Queensland was installed.

A wonderful economically refreshing choice by the Brisbane City Council.


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 Tweed Coast and Miramar Resort, just south of the Queensland-New South Wales border are famous for their stunning beach, surf break and Sunday market.

Now, with the installation of these 125 millimetre Replas bollards, near , the holiday hotspot has maintained its reputation whilst being environmentally conscious.

The long-lasting and low-maintenance bollards have a variety of different uses and are very easy to install.


The dedicated team of Replas fabricators modified our black 145 mm bollards to provide a striking result for Randwick City Council in NSW. The wanted attractive bollards that would fit with the local council theme to create a post and rail system along a car park at Maroubra Beach. The result is stunning, functional and will provide years of virtually maintenance free service.

If you want a unique look to your infrastructure call 1800 REPLAS to see how we can tailor a solution to suit your needs.

The Bryan Martin Memorial Park in Tamworth, NSW, is dedicated to Lions Club members who have passed on. The beautifully maintained gardens are bounded by Replas 150 mm black bollards which delineate the parking area and help protect the grass. Tamworth Council have made great use of recycled-plastic bollards throughout the town, also using them to surround many other ovals and parks. Congratulations Tamworth on hitting the right note for the environment.

As part of the refurbishment of Lions Park in Biloela, Queensland, Banana Shire used Replas bollards and signage to rejuvenate the area. A single plank sign proudly announces the name of the park and includes a plaque with the shire’s logo. Black 125 mm bollards line the pathway creating a barrier which helps protect the gardens while adding a stylish finish to the park.