Mornington Peninsula Bushland Reserve Install Flat Top Bollards with QR Code Plaques

Mornington Peninsula Shire Council have installed recycled plastic Flat Top bollards at Olivers Creek Bushland Reserve with a Melbourne Water Grant funding. The routed plaques on the bollards features a QR code, allowing visitors to scan and listen to different types of birds in the area like, Superb Blue Wren, Eastern Roselia and more. A variation on the original Brolga, the Flat Top offers a clean contemporary look and can be adapted to suit signage needs with the addition of plaques or routing, just like at Olivers Creek Bushland Reserve. 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 from Replas, these bollards are virtually maintenance free. They will not split, rot, crack, or ever need painting.



Flat Top Bollard

A clean and contemporary looking bollard, perfectly used to create barrier fencing.

Paddle Sign

A highly visible foreshore and parkland wayfinding sign.

Trackmarker Sign

A customisable sign solution designed for tracks & trails.