Recycled Plastic Post and Rail Fencing Helps Nesting Turtles at Oaks Beach in Bundaberg Regional Council

Bundaberg Regional Council needed to extend a section of the recycled plastic post and rail fence at Oaks Beach in Burnett Heads. Because Oaks Beach is a turtle nesting area, Bundaberg RC had to make sure the fence did not allow car headlights to impact the beach. Replas standard post and rail fencing was the [...]

Bollards Installed in City of Greater Bendigo For Resident Safety

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 [...]

Sustainability Update at Dobson Street Reserve, Ferntree Gully

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 [...]

New Replas Pro Indigenous Design Installs Black Bollards

A new Replas Pro, Indigenous Design, located in Research, VIC, have installed over 300 black 125 mm square bollards in the Sommerton Development. Indigenous Design are regularly completing installations for local councils and government agencies. Established in 1987, ID was in response to a growing community awareness of the natural environment's intristic values and an [...]

Seahaven Park in Queensland Installs Brolga Bollards in New Development

Located less than 2 kilometres from the the beautiful Lammermoor Beach is Seahaven, is a new development in Livingstone Shire Council, QLD. Since they pride themselves on being idyllic, nature-enveloped lifestyle, they have recently installed Replas recycled plastic products in their Seahaven Park. New Brolga Bollards have been installed in this area, adding to the [...]

Berry Springs Nature Park Darwin – Beautiful with Bollards

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 [...]

Australian Institute of Sport Installs Hundreds of Recycled Plastic Bollards

"Discover where Australia's sporting champions are created and gain an insight into the life of our leading athletes." The Australian Institute of Sport located in Bruce, ACT, have installed hundreds of recycled plastic bollards. Situated along the many internal roads through the area. The bollards are to prevent cars from entering specific areas of the [...]

Blacktown Council keeps Nurragingy Reserve beautiful with new black bollards

In the Western Sydney CBD lies Nurragingy Reserve, a very large recreational reserve within Blacktown council. In the earlier days of building the city of Sydney, Nurragingy Reserve formed part of the Cumberland Timber Forest. This was a major supplier of timber for the making and construction of new houses and fences going up in [...]

Cooyar Swinging Bridge Park maintains safe and organised area with black bollards

The “Cooyar Swinging Bridge Park” is located in sunny Cooyar Queensland and is an ideal free camp site for anyone travelling through Toowoomba Regional Council. Burrowed on the bank high above Cooyar Creek, there is a suspension bridge that crosses the Cooyar Creek. Locals say if you are lucky you may see Platypus and Turtles happily [...]

Swan Hill dives into the ‘Pull Through effect’

Swan Hill Rural Council, in Victoria, recognises that to fully support recycling they needed to commit to purchasing the products made from plastic waste collected in their area. Several recycled-plastic seats now take pride of place at the picturesque and historic Lake Boga, each bearing a variety of artwork depicting the many activities that can [...]

Get in line

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.

Get smart

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.