No trip to the beach is complete without the elaborate hot-sand tribal dance as you try to make your way from the car down to the water without burning your feet.

Beach goers at the South Maroubra Surf Lifesaving Club on the Arthur Byrne Reserve in Maroubra, New South Wales, can put their screams and flailing arms to rest with Replas to the rescue. With the installation of a beach access pathway and 145 millimetre bollards locals can get down to the beach with ease. Both of these products are made with recycled plastic and look fantastic sitting between the sand and bushland reserve. The pathway is about 160 metres long, two metres wide and was made with Replas’ slip-resistant and easy-to-install Enduroplankā„¢. The bollards are virtually maintenance-free, come in a variety of different colours and can be converted into signs.

The South Maroubra Surf Lifesaving Club provides water awareness education for children, surf sports and lifesaving services and has continued its commitment to environmentally-friendly products and a sustainable future.