"The Department of Primary Industry and Resources installed 90 bollards along the edge of the car park at the Rum Jungle Lake Reserve, located 3 kms west of Batchelor, Northern Territory," explains Scott Downs, Manager of Technical Projects for the Department of Primary Industry and Resources for the NT Government. The posts installed are 100 [...]
When walking along the main beach in Cardwell, QLD you will spot more than just beautiful views. Cassowary Coast Regional Council have Replas bollards, exercise equipment, and beach access walkways installed all along the Cardwell Foreshore Pathway. These recycled plastic products are the forefront of creating a Circular Economy, exactly what Cassowary Coast Regional Council [...]
As part of the continuing upgrade of their Main Street beautification project, Blayney Shire Council in NSW installed 100 recycled-plastic Maritime Bollards. The bollards were chosen for their sustainability and also for the cost comparison against the equivalent cast iron bollard. Installed on street corners with chains attached, the boundary is designed to channel pedestrians [...]
Byron Bay is famous for all things Australian, a perfect spot for a relaxing family beach holiday. Although, the beaches aren’t the only thing to put on your visiting to-do list. The North Byron Beach Resort Function Centre construction is underway for its approaching December opening. The construction has taken a particularly environmentally conscience approach, [...]
One of Australia's largest regional health services, Barwon Health, has had a growing concern for the amount of vehicles parking on the lawns at their location in Geelong. The management team needed to produce a solution which would prevent people parking on the landscaped area. Not only did the team find a product which fit [...]
Looking for fencing that truly catches the eye? Replas recycled-plastic bollards are available with shining stainless steel caps, chain linkages and custom collar routing which can create an out-of-the-box feature. Why choose a run-of-the-mill, american dream traditional fence? Choose an incredibly modern and long-lasting option to frame the boundary of your chosen outdoor area. Randwick [...]
In a popular park in the suburb of Wavell Heights on Brisbane’s north side, Replas 125 mm bollards have been used to create a maintenance-free boundary. Made from plastic waste that would otherwise have gone to landfill the long-lasting bollards blend in beautifully with the natural landscape and help protect the surrounding vegetation.
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 [...]
Devastating floods wiped out a roadside rest stop at Helidon in Queensland. To prevent this happening again, Lockyer Valley Council decided to install Replas 100 mm bollards as a longer-lasting solution. The bollards are ideal in this situation as they are resistant to moisture, microorganisms and termites. The council is so pleased with the result [...]
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.
When lightweight bollards were installed at Southend in South Australia they continually suffered damage from vandals. After searching for a better solution, Wattle Rangers Council chose to install several 145 mm bollards from Replas. Installed for more than a year, they not only still look good, but have also proved too tough for vandals to [...]