Moreton Bay Regional Council continue to use the recycled plastic brown Brolga Bollard from Replas as a product of choice when replacing old timber fences across the region. One of the most recent upgrades was at Halpine Lake Reserve in Mango Hill. Named after the official bird emblem of Queensland, the Brolga Bollard is tall and slender with an elegant profile and is equally at home in coastal or wetland areas. The unique double wall construction offers more rigidity which adds to the strength of the installation. While a hollow centre means although the bollards are strong, they are extremely lightweight, making them cheaper to transport and easier to install. As is the case with all recycled plastic products, these bollards are virtually maintenance free. They will not split, rot, crack, or ever need painting. The addition of a decorative turtle plaque, on several bollards, provides locals and visitors an insight into some of the wildlife that can be found within the nature reserve!