Jackson's Landscapes in regional New South Wales, Tamworth, installed 145 mm bollards around Powerhouse Park on Carthage Street. The new Replas Pro installers included robust recycled plastic bollards from Replas that will outlast alternative material for many years. 145 mm bollards will not rot, split or crack and require little maintenance from the council. Bollards [...]
Optus Stadium in Perth, Western Australia has said 'Yes' to Replas recycled plastic bollards. Over 300 black 145 mm black bollards surround the newest multi sport venue in Australia. The robust 145 mm bollard has a pyramid shaped top design, an ideal solution wherever rigid barriers are required to define boundaries or deter vehicles and [...]
The Ingkerreke Outstation Resource Centre in Alice Springs, Northern Territory have recently purchased Replas recycled plastic bollards in multiple sizes to be distributed throughout the Aboriginal Town Camps. Darren Moulds, Infrastructure Officer said, "the local town council have installed existing bollards, and we are very happy with this product as it holds up to our harsh [...]
The Northern Territory Government have used the Replas 145 mm square bollard extensively throughout the Territory. From tourist attractions, to roadways and car parks around government facilities. At the Arid Zone Research Institute in Alice Springs these long-lasting bollards line the driveway beautifully and as a bonus are resistant to termites.
The Old Telegraph Station at Alice Springs is a major tourist attraction in the town. Replas 145 mm bollards have been used extensively to line the roadways and define car parks in the vicinity of the Telegraph Station.