Barolin Nature Reserve is a large area of natural bush, grassy plains and wetlands right next to the coastal town of Bargara within Bundaberg Regional Council in Queensland. Recently a recycled plastic Premier Setting from Replas has been installed under a shelter, offering a nice shady place to rest while exploring the reserve. The reserve has pockets of rain forest, an abundance of bird life and a fascinating history. Because this reserve is managed by Bundaberg Regional Council for environmental purposes, it was only fitting to install Replas furniture for visitors. Premier Settings offer 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, a 3-support option is also available like the one in Barolin Nature Reserve. The setting comes in a choice of slat widths depending on style preference and can be adapted to allow wheelchair access. 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. A great addition for Bundaberg Regional Council in their efforts to make a positive sustainable difference.