If you’re ever driving down the northern New South Wales coast make sure you take a detour off the Pacific Motorway on to the Tweed Valley Way. The short detour takes will take you on a beautiful drive down the Tweed River, through the Stotts Island Nature Reserve and many other parks on the way to Murwillumbah.

Having a rest on the Tweed Valley Way is two-fold— not only can you put your feet up on the dash and relax, you can also rest assured that the environment is in safe hands.

The Tweed Shire Council uses Replas’ recycled-plastic, 100 millimeter square bollards throughout its many parks and gardens. They are a low-maintenance, cost-effective and environmentally friendly alternative to traditional products like timber. They also look fantastic in the natural setting and will continue to for many years to come.