Darvall Park in City of Ryde, NSW, is filled with over 200 recycled plastic bollards and a swale bridge made from the recycled plastic decking, Enduroplank™ from Replas. Running from Eastwood down to West Ryde, Darvall Park has playgrounds, sheltered picnic areas, barbecue facilities, a designated off-leash dog area and more. The Enduroplank™ swale bridge [...]
One of the most beautiful park to cool off and relax, Berry Springs in Darwin, has installed over 200 bollards used as car park barriers. 4 years down the track, both the 100 mm and 125 mm black bollards are in excellent condition with no cracking, splitting, or fading. Berry Springs is a great shaded [...]
Brisbane City Council has recently replaced the old timber bollards at Upper Moora Park, Shorncliffe with 100 mm bollards from Replas. The new green recycled plastic bollards are an improvement to the park, in both appearance and function. Our quality-assured Pro Installer Origin Fencing used a specialised vacuum digger on the job, ensuring sensitive tree [...]
Along the road reserve on Wakelin Place in the cosy residential area of Redwood, New Zealand, Christchurch City Council had to replace a row of worn-out wooden bollards that were rotting, and they chose a Replas product. The new-look recycled plastic 100 mm bollards, 40 in all, will last many years longer than the old [...]
Outside the Waipukurau Library in Central Hawkes Bay, New Zealand, recycled plastic 100 mm bollards have been installed to protect a row of meter boxes. With the library open late some evenings, the bollards needed to be clearly visible to drivers of parking vehicles day and night. That was achieved by placing a pair of [...]
The City of Joondalup, Western Australia has chosen our 100 mm bollards in brown for Tom Simpkins Park in Mullaloo, a northern coastal suburb of Perth. The new recycled plastic bollards have replaced failing wood/plastic composite bollards installed just two years earlier. The Replas bollards will prove far superior in providing decades of security to [...]
Golfers living in Sydney’s inner suburbs have a superb facility on their doorstep at Strathfield. The golf course there is centrally located and convenient for residents of Concord, Burwood, Canterbury and surrounding suburbs. Recently Strathfield Golf Club took a shipment of 100 mm x 100 mm recycled plastic bollards, which are being installed around drains, [...]
In the northern beaches region of Sydney, Warringah Council installed a series of grey 100 mm x 100 mm recycled plastic bollards on the cycle way alongside South Creek Reserve. Reflectors routed into the bollards give road traffic and cyclists much-improved visibility as they use the busy area. The installations comprised approximately 150 bollards, the [...]
Most of our recycled plastic bollards are hollow. Turn them upside down and fill them with concrete, and you have a heavy-duty post that provides much more than a visual barrier. At Mission Beach Qld, the Cassowary Coast Regional Council did just that. Installing a row of 100 mm x 100 mm bollards at a [...]
Deep Creek Marina in Moama, NSW, is undergoing an 18 month refurbishment that when complete will feature over 1000 brown recycled-plastic bollards saving the equivalent of more than two million plastic bags from landfill. Stage one of the project was completed in December by Extend Building & Design Pty Ltd and after creating a new [...]
If you are passing through the town of Gatton in the Lockyer Valley, QLD and looking for a place to stop and revive, look no further than Lake Apex and Lake Freeman. Lake Apex Park has been established on natural wetlands that support a wide range of plant and animal life. Up to 153 species [...]
Wow this has got to break some record-The Fence Shop QLD installed over 100 x 100mm Replas Bollards at Cairns Airport last year alone! The bollards blend seamlessly with the surrounds and ensure that cars and the like are kept off the lush green park areas. Cairns Airport is one of QLD's most strategically important [...]
To separate a cycleway from car parking, Queanbeyan City Council used Replas 100 x 100mm recycled plastic bollards: a cost-effective solution that follows sound sustainability practices using a material diverted from landfill that once turned into useful products needs very little maintenance. Queanbeyan is located in south-eastern NSW alongside the Queanbeyan River. This relaxed city [...]
Hawkesbury Sports Council recently installed 100 mm Replas Bollards in Bligh Park. This park has been a vandal problem for many years, with cars entering the oval and damaging the grass area. Chris and Warren from Cleetondale Nursery installed the Replas bollards and were super impressed with the quality and ease with which they were [...]
Liverpool Council situated in the south west of Sydney have created a colourful seating arrangement using Replas Profiles. This creative use of recycled plastic has brought the park to life-the kids love it. A feature of the playground is the small bridge that connects the path to the play area, where Replas have utilised their [...]
Yass Valley Council have installed many Replas 100mm x 100mm bollards and also 125mm x 125mm bollards, to separate the road from the parks within the area. Yass Valley has a population of 13,135 and comprises the town of Yass and villages of Binalong, Bookham, Bowning, Gundaroo, Murrumbateman, Sutton and Wee Jasper.
Located on the Georges River in Milperra, NSW, Deepwater Park has an extensive network of nature trails and bushwalking tracks. When the park’s growing popularity required some basic fencing. Bankstown City Council chose Replas 100 x 100 mm black bollards to support steel rails, creating a simple post and rail that marks the boundaries and [...]
Hunters Hill is Sydney’s smallest local government area, situated on a peninsular at the confluence of the Parramatta and Lane Cover Rivers. Living in Australia’s oldest garden suburb, the people of this community take great pride in their parks and reserves. In keeping with a policy that ensures investment in quality improvements, Hunter’s Hill Council [...]
From the files of Replas NSW product manager Bert Meyer comes this snippet about his home town of Narromine. “Passing by the Aero Club, my eyes were drawn to our Replas 100mm x 100mm bollards installed to protect the water hydrants from errant vehicles. This simple but effective barrier really stands out, the black recycled [...]
On one of his travels, Product Manager Bert Meyer recently stopped at the well-known Hydro Majestic, situated in the Blue Mountains at Medlow Bath. The display trailer Bert regularly takes in tow around NSW can be seen there packed with Replas products. Across the road are just some of the many 100 mm x 100 [...]
These Replas 100 mm x 100 mm green bollards stand proudly outside the Middle Harbour 16ft Skiff Club on Spit Road, Mosman, NSW. They have done so for some time now, and still look as new having withstood all the coastal conditions of their exposed location. In supplying these bollards to the Skiff Club, we [...]
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 [...]
At Hammondville Park, in Moorebank NSW, Replas 100 mm black bollards with reflectors line the car park. They not only look great, but they define the edge of the park improve safety by creating a separate walkway.
Townsville Council, in Queensland, combined a row of Replas 100 mm bollards with rope to produce a nautical styled entry to Rowes Bay. A 50 mm hole in the bollard was created to house the rope and a bugle screw was used at the back to hold it in place. This solution not only provides [...]
The Replas 100 mm bollard has just completed a 12 month trial in the harsh ground of New Zealand’s Wai-O-Tapu Thermal Wonderland. This unique landscape takes its toll on timber sign posts, fences and boardwalks as the sulphuric acid rapidly carbonises wood, turning it black in much the same way fire does. The trial aimed [...]
The rolling green parkland at Pallarenda in Townsville is bounded by Replas 100 mm bollards in grey. The recycled-plastic bollards not only make a stunning barrier, but are perfect for Queensland as they are long-lasting and resistant to termites.
Recently, the Derwent Valley Council in Tasmania undertook some improvements at Tynwald Park, a large recreation park which has BBQ, sporting & play areas within its boundaries. As part of the upgrade, council wished to improve wheelchair access. The existing old treated pine post and log combination protruded, hindering entry. The solution was to use [...]
Replas 100 mm black bollards have been used in the Lions Park rest stop at Nanango a small town in the South Burnett Region of Queensland. The recycled-plastic bollards are perfect in this location as they need minimal maintenance and are resistant to moisture and termites.
The Brisbane City Council have installed Replas 100 mm bollards along the perimeter of the beautiful New Farm Park in the inner city of Brisbane. The recycled-plastic bollards replaced old rotten timber bollards which is an on-going project within the park. The bollards have been in place many years and still look as good as [...]
Camden Council, in NSW, has lined the road to their depot with a row of 100 mm bollards from Replas. Not only do they create an impressive entrance, but as they are virtually maintenance free it leaves depot staff free to do other things.
If you are trying to find the skate park at Lawson in the Blue Mountains, just look out for the elegant row of Replas 100 mm bollards that line the entrance along the Great Western Highway in NSW. These recycled-plastic bollards are a cost effective alternative to timber and not only do they not need [...]
The autumn leaves are falling outside the visitors centre in Singleton, NSW, but the Replas recycled-plastic 100 mm bollards are still proudly upright
The uniquely named 'Who'd a Thought' It Lookout, in NSW, offers 360 degree views of the town of Quirindi, the Liverpool Plains and the Great Dividing Range. The viewing area also features Replas black 100 mm bollards which are on show for all to see.
Replas bollards are now the standard choice for Tweed Shire Council. More 100 mm bollards were recently installed along the Tweed River. The area floods part of the year, but recycled-plastic bollards can handle it all. Whether full sun, or full submersion, plastic is the perfect choice.