Bollard Fencing Surrounds North Narrabeen Reserve in Northern Beach Council NSW

Installed over 3 years ago, recycled plastic bollard fencing stands strong with no deterioration at North Narrabeen Reserve in the Northern Beaches Council in New South Wales. 330 Brolga bollards were installed by Replas Pro Larmans (Land and Road Management Services). The installer and Managing Director of Larmans, Niroop Reddy Keesari said, "the holes in [...]

Blue Recycled Plastic Bollards Shine at Pembroke Park in Sorrell Council Tasmania

Pembroke Park, just outside of bustling Hobart Tasmania, is home to several blue 125 mm squared recycled plastic bollards from Replas. The robust, 125 mm square bollards have a pyramid-shaped top, an ideal solution wherever rigid barriers are required, like at Pembroke Park. 125 mm square bollards are hollow to reduce its weight for easier [...]

Premier Settings and Bollards Installed at Templestowe College, Victoria

Templestowe College have installed recycled plastic Free Standing Premier Settings and 125 mm bollards from Replas around their campus. The grey with black 3 supports Premier Setting design offers greater legroom for students. Unlike alternative outdoor furniture which may need constant maintenance, these recycled plastic tables and benches will not split, rot or crack and [...]

Recycled Plastic Products Become The Solution for Whyalla City Council in SA

"Australian made recycled plastic products are of a high quality that give the best value for money in many instances. More often than not, they are the most desired option for our outdoor furniture, bollard and wheel stop needs," said Project Manager: Landscape at Whyalla City Council in South Australia, Sam Bourne. Whyalla City Council [...]

Over Two Thousand Bollards Installed at Mount Coot-tha in Brisbane QLD

Brisbane City Council have recently completed the latest stage of upgrades at Simpson Falls day use area, part of the Mt. Coot-tha Forest. A Brisbane icon, this 15 minute drive west of the CBD forms a backdrop for the city and is the area's largest natural area. Installed in and around the forest are recycled [...]

Recycled Plastic Bollards Surround Car Park at Dromana Foreshore in VIC

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 [...]

Toowoomba Regional Council Continue Recycled Plastic Product Installation at Cooby Dam Wall

Toowoomba Regional Council have recently installed several Premier Settings and Kakadu Seats at the Cooby Dam Wall day use area. The recycled plastic furniture from Replas is in addition to the several hundred Brolga Bollards that have been installed over the past two years. Replas Premier Settings offer greater legroom thanks to the clever design [...]

Recycled Plastic Bollards Surround Historic Warwick Railway Station Honorary Park

Southern Downs Regional Council in South East Queensland built a new park outside the Warwick Railway station in honour of Billy Hughes (PM of Australia). Surrounding the park are recycled plastic 100 mm Bollards from Replas. The robust 100 mm bollards have a pyramid shaped top, a routed collar and four holes in the base [...]

Brolga Bollards Line Portland Boat Ramps and Car Parks in Glenelg Shire Council

Glenelg Shire Council, in Victoria, have installed recycled plastic Brolga Bollards in Portland at the boat ramp and car park area. Named after the official bird emblem of Queensland, the Brolga Bollard is tall and slender. With an elegant profile and is equally at home in coastal or wetland areas. The unique double wall construction [...]

Westgrove Primary School Chooses Recycled Plastic Bollards For Foot Traffic Barriers

"When I first drew up the Landscape Plan, I realised that a few areas needed barriers to steer the foot traffic towards the centre of the walkway. I came across Replas, who supplied bollards, and was very impressed that they were made from recycled plastic and very affordable," explained Lynn Noye, Director at Mowtown Gardens. [...]

Brolga Bollards Surround New Villa World Development In SEQ

'Augustus' is a new development by Villa World and is situated at Hervey Bay in the Fraser Coast Regional Council in South East Queensland. New Brolga Bollards from Replas have been used around the edge of the Bioretension basin. Named after the official bird emblem of Queensland, the Brolga Bollard is tall and slender with an [...]

Kowan Pine Forest Use Recycled Plastic Bollards For Reserve Boundary

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 [...]

East Point In Darwin Install Bollards To Fight Off Termites

The harsh environment in Darwin, NT can effect products like timber when it comes to the heat, coast, termites, etc. East Point in Darwin found the perfect product, Replas recycled plastic bollards. Replas 150 mm round bollards are the environmentally friendly alternative to the traditional treated pine bollard. The finish of the posts are clean [...]

Dubbo City Council Getting Ready For ‘Park Run’ With Replas Bollards

Situated in the central west of New South Wales, Dubbo City Council is getting ready for Park Run activities across the community. Park Run is a growing activity in many councils throughout the nation. Councils like Dubbo have recognised that markers are required to inform participants of the start and finish lines. For markers Dubbo [...]

New ‘CLEAR’ Bollard Makes Debut at City of Casey Bunjil Place

The new 'CLEAR' bollard has made it's debut at the Bunjil Place in Narre Warren with the City of Casey. City of Casey have purchased two of these bollards to be used for their Waste Wise event last weekend at the head office. Over 500 kids were exposed to these products over the weekend, amongst [...]

Wilsons Promontory National Park Is Home to an Assortment of Replas Products

At the very popular camping grounds at Wilsons Prom lies Tidal River, offering nearly 500 camping and caravan sites situated near the beach and river. Along the river is an assortment of Trackmarker signs, bollards with water taps and drinking fountains, and other bollards made from recycled plastic from Replas. There is also a recycling program [...]

Seats and Bollards at Lake Boga in Swan Hill Rural City

Only 16k's south of Swan Hill, Victoria lies Lake Boga - a very popular spot for fishing and boating. Not only for the town's residents, but for tourists from all around Victoria and interstate. Facilities along the foreshore also include a caravan park and picnic areas with electric barbecues. Because of the massive tourist point, [...]

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 [...]

Victoria Point Cascades in Queensland Install Replas Brolga Bollards

A popular photographic destination in the Redlands, Victoria Point Cascades is an amazing place for any occasion - whether it's formal, or just an afternoon walk in the park. There is a small bridge across the stream, while the garden has plenty of grass areas for picnics and seating under the covers. To protect such [...]

Making a memorable first impression

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 [...]

How well the water flows

Sandarra Blvd, located off Wedge Road in Carrum Downs, Victoria, boasts a wonderful neighbourhood park that is popular with local families living throughout the surrounding estate. Needing to replace a drinking fountain system that was constantly getting blocked, park management looked to Replas for the solution. The park’s new Replas drinking fountain not only looks [...]

Bollards Round the Sportsground Car Park

Kelso Park is a high-usage sportsground in the suburb of Panania, south of Sydney. There the Bankstown City Council recently installed a series of 150mm round recycled-plastic bollards, to prevent visitors parking their vehicles on the grass, particularly  during busy Saturday morning soccer. These bollards form an effective barricade to keep the cars on the [...]

Recycled Plastic Products give Boronia Park the Edge

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 [...]

Regional Authorities Sold on Recycled Plastic

During a recent client visit to Warren, NSW with sample trailer in tow, Replas product manager Bert Meyer made a presentation to Shire Council staff. Standing left to right with some of our recycled plastic products,  Economic Development Officer Sarah Derrett,  Project and Asset Engineer Dan Noble and Trainee Engineer Bryce Hammond. They were all [...]

The Brolga barrier

The Brolga Bollard recently took on a new challenge, supporting a car park barrier post. Especially designed in our Replas Queensland manufacturing plant the barriers are tough and long-lasting. The rail, an 8 meter width made of composite fibre, is confidently held by the bollards. This material is extremely lightweight in comparison to other traditional [...]

What a view!

Recycled-plastic is the new trend for Parkes Shire Council in Sydney’s south-west. Surrounding this beautiful central lake at Cheney Park is an abundance of recycled-plastic! What view is complete without a great place to view it from? There are plenty of benches and picnic settings for visitors to sit on, with a range of colour options [...]

The perfect picnic spot

The Australian Botanic Garden, Mount Annan, is a beautiful setting full of exotic plants, stunning lakes and outdoor sculptures. A day at the gardens ensures tranquility, a popular spot for a family picnic in Sydney. Recycled-plastic bollards are featured around the entrance to prevent vehicles from entering restricted areas, protecting the wonderful nature that lies [...]

Winning choice

Victorian fencing contractor Walker Metal Craft recently required a durable bollard to use as a post for a cable fence line. The grey 125 millimetre square bollard was the winning choice, through which a 16 millimetre steel cable was fed. Walker Metal Craft didn’t have to waste time and money drilling holes into the bollards [...]

Council support grows

The Logan City Council was interested in using more sustainable products and what better a way to do this than with a trailer visit? The council’s parks and maintenance divisions were very impressed with our product range from bollards to Enduroplank™. This was the first time the brand new Brolga bollard had been on display [...]

Bollards away

Easy to install, can stand alone or be linked via chain or pipe, these 145 millimetre square bollards with a collar route have been installed in Weston, a suburb in Canberra. These durable bollards are made from recycled plastic—who would have known that recycled material could be so tough! And that’s not the end of [...]

The Brolga takes flight

Replas has just released its most advanced bollard ever produced from recycled plastic packaging. The “Brolga” bollard is manufactured using material diverted from landfill which has been largely collected through the Coles REDcycle Program. Production of the Brolga Bollard is supported by the Australian Packaging Covenant and Queensland Government through the Department of Environment and [...]