Along the Old South Head Road in Vaucluse, an eastern suburb of Sydney, the Woollahra Council has installed rows of green and black 125 mm bollards where needed for pedestrian safety and traffic control. The black bollards, which by their presence tell shoppers not to park on the grass, include the council’s logo on plaques rebated and fixed into the recycled plastic bollard material.

Such plaques are part of the service provided by the Replas Sign Department. They are made of impact-proof polycarbonate on which the artwork is reverse printed for a top-quality bollard sign that will outlast timber equivalents. Reverse printing means that the signage is protected by the plaque’s untouched facing surface, so there’s no danger of the message being vandalised and the detail being scratched off.