In San Remo and Kilcunda, Victoria, Bass Coast Shire Council have recycled plastic products installed throughout their municipality. This includes an in-ground Kakadu Seat and 125 mm Bollards in their parks and gardens. Kakdu Seats have a straight back with graceful, sculptured supports. Like all outdoor furniture from Replas, this seat will not rot, crack, [...]
FieldTech Solutions have installed standpipe covers in Congupna, Victoria for ground water monitoring. "FieldTech Solutions is a company formed by eco-conscious people who have been supplying environmental equipment for the last 25 years to the groundwater, and contaminated land related industries." Using recycled plastic bollards from Replas, these pipes are safe, surrounded by a durable, [...]
At Lake Wallace in Edenhope, Victoria, West Wimmera Shire Council has installed recycled plastic signage, bollards and trackmarkers along the shore and car parks. The plank sign explains the perimeter track around Lake Wallace, the track length, fishing jetty and overflow. Recycled plastic signage from Replas is supported by sturdy 125 mm square bollards, the [...]
125 and 100 mm recycled plastic bollard from Replas have been installed throughout the new Kaduna Estate in Officer South, Victoria. As the south eastern suburbs grow in Victoria, more and more councils are relying on durable, long lasting recycled plastic products. These bollards are also modified with red reflectors, used as electrical bollards. Both [...]
The Dromana Foreshore carp park down the Morning Peninsula in Victoria is home to several 125 mm recycled plastic bollards from Replas. The robust 125 mm bollard has a pyramid shaped-top, an ideal solution wherever rigid barriers are required to define boundaries or deter vehicles and pedestrians like at Dromana Foreshore. For easy handling, the [...]
A short 15 minute drive from the CBD, Molonglo Gorge Recreation Area is a quiet place to have a picnic, for the kids to play at the park, and a 6km walk along the Molonglo River. With over 15 million years of history, it was important for the Canberra Region to implement products that are [...]
Situated in the western suburbs of Sydney and part of Penrith City Council, Glenmore Park have installed multiple 125 mm green bollards to separate the park oval from the road it is on. The robust 125 mm bollard comprises a recycled plastic profile with a pyramid-shaped top. Replas bollards are the ideal solution wherever rigid barriers [...]
The Parks Contractor team in Bendigo needed an installation of bollards for many safety reasons around the area. The parks team, led by Colin Rosa, used 125 mm black bollards made from recycled plastic from Replas. With support from the council on recycled plastic bollards, they have many uses for them as the design lends [...]
Installed by Replas Pro Kalow Holdings, the Dobsons Street Reserve in Ferntree Gully has now included sustainability into their park area. With 125 mm black bollards with reflectors and removable sleeves and a continuous 7 m supported swale bridge, recycled plastic products are a great fit. Using Replas modifications like reflectors give extra safety to [...]
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 [...]
When Whitehorse City Council in Melbourne’s east took a shipment of 48 black 125 mm Replas bollards, they commissioned local Nunawading company Maintaining Impressions to install them. This was the building maintenance company’s first experience of handling recycled plastic products. The skilled tradesmen who did the installation on a vacant block in Jolimont Road, Forest [...]
In the beautiful coastal town of Terrigal, NSW you will find a place that’s perfectly named: The Haven. There, set alongside the Terrigal lagoon with spectacular views over the ocean, sits a rugby union field that’s home to the Terrigal Trojans. This field is at the mercy of mother nature as well as the foot [...]
The playground fencing project at Merino Reserve in Camden, NSW is now complete. Combining Replas bollards and untreated pine rails encased in a recycled plastic layer, the fence of post and rail design provides a high-visibility street-side barrier around an area where children are busy playing. As well as using our regular 125 mm x [...]
At Merino Reserve in Camden, NSW, a new post and rail fence has been installed. What’s particularly interesting is the combined pine and recycled plastic construction. Replas 125 mm x 125 mm bollards are used as posts, together with 81 mm x 56 mm rails made of untreated pine that is totally encased in recycled [...]
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 [...]
As well as boasting a large radio telescope, Parkes in central west NSW has many recycled plastic bollards, planks signs and drinking fountains located in various places around town. In the cemetery, 125 mm bollards are used extensively to mark the lawn area, while Replas signage can be seen at a number of park sites [...]
When it comes to using recycled plastic products, the small town of Cootamundra, NSW punches above its weight. The Cootamundra Shire Council has for some years been proactive in acquiring products from the Replas range. Stroll around the town and you will see rows of black 125mm bollards with reflectors at the oval, grey and [...]
Replas bollards are ideal for use in parks, reserves and sports grounds, where their long-lasting and aesthetically-pleasing attributes make them fit nicely into the open space environment. And when the park adjoins the main commercial centre of town, these recycled plastic products work just as well. Such is the case in Carterton, small town New [...]
Goulburn, NSW is two hours’ drive south of Sydney on the road to Canberra, and famous for its Big Merino. The “Fine Wool Capital of the World” is also now home to a quantity of our recycled plastic 125 mm x 125 mm black bollards. The Goulburn Mulwaree Council has used them in Victoria Park [...]
Recycled plastic’s versatility makes it ideal for one-off jobs. Wellington City Council needed some extra-visible barriers at the top of a steep pedestrian walkway in Tawa, and wise heads got together. Using green 125mm bollards with 200 x 40mm planks and reflectors fitted, our team came up with the units pictured - effectively narrow plank [...]
Bernie Brae Park is located at Chermside Brisbane and showcases the low maintenance Replas products that have been purchased by Brisbane City Council. Already boasting the Replas 125mm green bollards and Replas furniture, the latest addition are the Replas Dog Agility products for all their furry friends. All the products are termite proof, long lasting, cost effective and yet still [...]
Opposite the Penrith Valley Inn, Replas 125 mm bollards line the Hume highway stretching toward Emu Plains lower Blue Mountains. The black bollards have a reflector strip placed in the collar rout which is not only functional, but also provides a smart finish.
Replas 125 mm recycled plastic bollards were installed at Cardwell in Queensland by Boyds Bay Garden World. The bollards are perfect along the foreshore as they are will not rot, crack, split or need painting even in the harsh Queensland climate.
On the outskirts of Palmerston in the top end of the Northern Territory, Replas 125 mm square green bollards have been used to great effect to define a pathway and restrict vehicle access near a major roadway. Not only do they blend in beautifully with the landscape, but as they are made from waste plastic [...]
Replas recycled-plastic 125 mm bollards have been used to create an elegant post and rail system at The Lake Alford Recreation Area in Gympie, Queensland. The bollards are an excellent alternative to timber as they will outlast it by many years.
Replas 125 mm recycled-plastic bollards were used in a street scape garden at the Queensland Government building car park in Maroochydore. The black bollards create definition for the area, while the contrast against the green native plants lends an elegant and contemporary feel to the landscape.
Replas 125 mm bollards were installed at Dungog, NSW, in 2007. Not only did that mean that waste plastic was saved from landfill, but it has also meant the council made a wise investment in a long-lasting product. The colour has not faded and today they still look as green as the grass that grows [...]
The Replas 125 mm bollards at Emu Plains are anything but plain. These elegant recycled-plastic posts grace the Old Bathurst Road, in NSW, and offer an attractive and superior alternative to timber.
Replas 125 mm bollards were installed at Jamison Park in Penrith, NSW, in 2003. A timber alternative would almost certainly have needed to be replaced in that time, but the recycled-plastic bollards still look great even after ten years out in the elements.
Sorell Council in Tasmania is a strong supporter of recycled-plastic products. So naturally they chose Replas 125 mm bollards with pre-installed reflectors to provide the perfect roadside barrier. They are easy to install and offer a long-lasting maintenance-free solution whatever the location.
The Salisbury Football Club in South Australia needed to replace the ageing timber barrier around their oval. The new boundary made from recycled-plastic 125 mm bollards looks great, was easy to install and will last for many footy seasons to come.