“Albert Park enjoys riverside access and is located in Casino,” explains Richmond Valley Council. This park features a rugby union clubhouse, elevated hills to sit and view the games, also extending to many other football fields. An area that is packed with sporting facilities and community members every week, Richmond Valley Council needed products that will be durable enough to last the many years to come. Underneath the Lions Club picnic shelter lies multiple Replas Premier Settings made from recycled plastic!

The durability and low maintenance of the recycled plastic settings gives Richmond Valley Council the longevity of products that will out stand the very busy area of Albert Park. The Replas Premier Settings offers greater legroom thanks to the clever design of the bench and table supports. The use of a galvanised steel frame means that only two posts are required to support the benches and table. Also, unlike other outdoor furniture which may need constant maintenance, these recycled-plastic tables and benches will not split, splinter, or crack, and never need painting. Because of the many attractive features of the recycled plastic Premier Settings, Richmond Valley Council knew these products were the perfect fit.

“Albert Park was named in honour of Albert John Cockerill DSO, born in Casino 27th August 1923. Awarded the Distinguished Service Order in recognition of his bravery while serving in the RAAF during World War II as a Halifax bomber pilot with Bomber Command.”