For some new bollards down at Skye Recreation Reserve, the recycled plastic Brolga was the preferred option. The reserve, owned and operated by Victoria’s Frankston City Council, is a popular facility for football, cricket and a range of other sports.
To keep the sporting facility in top condition and to minimise maintenance, the council looks to products with a reputation for longevity. So in this case Replas recycled plastic products were the obvious choice. Combining low-maintenance with durability, attractive Brolga bollards can be expected to last 40-plus years.
The size and shape of the recycled plastic Brolga has seen it become increasingly popular for gate systems and enclosures, as well as for traditional bollard installations.