Berrigan Shire Council, on the border of Victoria and New South Wales, is home to Barooga Botanical Gardens, where recycled plastic in-ground Kakadu Seats have been installed in memory of residents of Barooga. “In loving memory of Ruth & Les Moss” says one of the plaques, “residents of Barooga who gave generously of their time in the establishment and care of these gardens.” Creating a memorial seat with recycled plastic products means it will have little to no deterioration through the years, be resistant to moisture and termites and allows little maintenance to be done. These attributes allow a memorial seat to stand the test of time and to remember loved ones for many years in the future. The Kakadu seat has a straight-back seat with graceful sculptured supports that will not split, splinter or crack like alternative timber products. “Placed by the family of Daryl & Jean Yeaman,” says another plaque, “in loving memory of the founding secretary of the Barooga Botanical Gardens and his loving wife, dedicated Barooga community members.”