At historically significant Kurnell, the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage has placed a large number of recycled plastic Brolga bollards around the entrance to Kamay Botany Bay National Park. There are approximately 100 of these striking brown bollards installed, the material used in their production saving the equivalent of 350,000 plastic bags from the landfill.

Kurnell was Captain James Cook’s landing site on 29 April 1770, and the place of first contact between the Aboriginal people and Europeans.