Brolga Bollards Installed in Brisbane City Council Boondall Wetlands Environmental Centre Upgrade

Brisbane City Council have recently upgraded the Boondall Wetlands Environmental Centre in South East Queensland with recycled plastic Brolga Bollards from Replas. As part of the upgrade, Brolga Bollards were used around the car park and entry road. Named after the official bird emblem of Queensland, the Brolga Bollard is tall and slender with an [...]

Australia Post Facility in Pinkenba Queensland Install Premier Settings with ‘Snakes and Ladders’ Insert

3 support grey Premier Settings from Replas have been installed at the Australia Post Facility lunch area in Pinkenba, Queensland. "The benches are much more comfortable than the timber set previously," said Katherine Nunn of Aus Post. "Cannot believe how sturdy they are given they are made out of plastic! They should last a longtime," [...]

Moggill Sports Complex Pops With Assorted Profile Colours Design in Brisbane City Council

Brisbane City Council chose recycled plastic profiles from Replas for the screening material on the new amenities buildings and sun shades at Moggill Sports Complex. Profiles from Replas come in a huge range of colours, widths and lengths. They are suitable for a range of uses, like this new screening at Moggill Sports Complex. Like [...]

Replas Pro Origin Fencing Install 125 mm Bollards Around Crosby Park For Brisbane City Council

Brisbane City Council installed 60 green 125 mm recycled plastic bollards from Replas along one side of Crosby Park in Albion, an inner north-eastern suburb of Brisbane. Installed by Replas Pro, Origin Fencing, Crosby Park is home to many sporting facilities and grounds for the whole community to enjoy. 125 mm bollards from Replas comprise [...]

Grey Brolga Bollards Line The Foreshore At Decker Park in Brighton, Queensland

Brisbane City Council have recently completed the final stage of bollard upgrade at Decker Park in Brighton. Over 400 grey Brolga Bollards from Replas have been installed around the park and along the foreshore. Recycled plastic bollards are frequently used in Queensland as they are resistant to termites and can withstand the harsh tropical weather. [...]

Recycled Plastic 100 mm Bollards and Drinking Fountain Installed at New Coles in Brisbane

The new Coles Supermarket in Rochedale, South East Queensland, have installed 100 mm recycled plastic bollards from Replas around the perimetre of the site, as well as a 125 mm bollard used for a drinking fountain. The robust 100 mm bollard comprises a recycled plastic profile with a pyramid shaped top, an ideal solution wherever [...]

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 [...]

Brown Bollards Have Replaced Timber at Westaway Park in QLD

The rotting, splitting, and cracking of the timber bollards installed at Westaway Park in Moggill, Queensland, became a real burden to Brisbane City Council. To replace these timber bollards, Brisbane City Council needed a product that would be durable in the climate, low maintenance for the council, and termite resistant. Replas recycled plastic brown bollards [...]

Replas Pro Origin Fencing Replaces Old Timber With Replas Bollards

A Replas Pro in Queensland, Origin Fencing, have recently removed the old timber bollards at Keith Payne VC Park in a Brisbane suburb, Stafford. Origin Fencing have replaced the old timber bollards with recycled plastic bollards from Replas. The new green bollards now compliment the Replas seats and drinking fountains that are already scattered around [...]

Post and Rail Fencing Edged Along ‘The Rise’ Playground in Queensland

"The Rise at Thornlands is a premium master-planned community just 35 minutes drive to the Brisbane CBD and within easy reach of schools, shops, restaurants, sporting facilities, entertainment, and Sirromet Winery." An incredible area, Thornlands in Redland City Council have installed post and rail fencing along the edge of the new playground in the estate. [...]

Enjoy the Recreational Benefits of SE Queensland’s water grid

Water supply provider Seqwater has recently opened a network of new trails in the Lake Samsonvale recreation area for horse riding, mountain biking & bushwalking. Lake Samsonvale was created in 1976 with construction of a dam to secure south east Queensland’s drinking water supply, and is just a short drive from Brisbane’s northern suburbs. The [...]

A development fit for bursting into song

The new Yarrabilba development in Logan, South-East Queensland includes an impressive pedestrian and cycling bridge, decked in recycled plastic Enduroplank™. The bridge is 3.6 metres wide and approx 45 metres long and provides a vital link between local areas of the growing community. With its renowned durability and recycled plastic properties that reflect an increasing [...]

Camping in style at North Stradbroke island

Straddie Camping provides a series of beachfront camping grounds on idyllic North Stradbroke Island, QLD., a short driving distance from Brisbane and the Gold Coast and accessible by vehicle ferry or water taxi. The operators recently installed several Replas Premier Picnic Settings around the grounds, all in shady spots where campers can take a break [...]

Bollards fit for a place that’s picture-perfect

At Lake Dyer Caravan Park and Camping Ground, staff are part way through replacing the site’s old timber bollards with 100 mm recycled plastic bollards in black. Not only do the new bollard posts look great, they have virtually eliminated maintenance. Importantly, termites won’t touch Replas bollards, made of recycled plastic. Picture-perfect Lake Dyer is [...]

Booking a Nice Spot Outside the Library

Newly-constructed raised flower beds outside the Holland Park Library in Brisbane have been capped by 200 x 40mm recycled-plastic planks. The grey recycled plastic looks great in its contrast with the box walls and surrounding environment, and the material’s clean texture invites use as casual seating for people passing by and/or using the library building. [...]

Celebrating World Environment Day in the Scenic Rim Region

World Environment Day celebrates all things that relate to living a more sustainable existence on our planet. What better way to do this than by demonstrating recycling at its best and talking to communities about the benefits of using Replas products manufactured from plastic waste. That’s what our Queensland staff did this year, when  they [...]

Sustainable Parks

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 [...]

Milton turns RED

The Hon Dr Steven Miles MP, Minister for the Environment and Heritage Protection and Minister for National Parks and the Great Barrier Reef, visited Milton State School in Brisbane, Qld to unwrap a very special seat. The students have embraced the REDcycle program which allows consumers to recycle flexible plastic packaging through supermarkets. The seat [...]

Simple recycled-plastic modernisation

Brisbane’s Hemmant Parklands recently upgraded, creating a distinct separation line between the road and the park. Made of recycled-plastic the installed Black Marion Bollards promise to remain without rotting or fading. The bollards are termite resistant, eliminating any issues that have previously arisen with traditional timber. Made to create a sophisticated look, the bollards alone [...]

Protecting the habitat

Bulimba Creek Catchment Committee is a non-profit community group located in Brisbane, working to protect the environment. When the time came to perform remediation works of the Hemmant Parklands the group decided a Replas boardwalk was needed to protect the local fish breeding habitat. Constructed using Composite Fibre, Black Kick rails and specialised black Enduroplank™, [...]

Going green at Hemmant

Brisbane City Council has used Replas' Marion Bollards to protect the boundary of their new local park. The park, located at Hemmant in Brisbane, features 112 low maintenance recycled-plastic bollards which deter vehicle and pedestrian access. Replas' bollards are extremely versatile, available in a range of sizes and will not split, crack, rot or need [...]

Park it here

In a little park on the south side of Brisbane, in a suburb called Kuraby, sits a Replas Lyrebird setting in a sheltered BBQ area that provides a welcome picnic spot. Also scattered throughout the park are recycled-plastic Kimberley seats. This sustainable furniture is hardwearing and durable which means the local council does not have [...]

On the boundary

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.

Lunch order

RoadTek is a major provider of transport infrastructure solutions throughout Queensland. At their Nathan depot in Brisbane they purchased Replas seats for an outdoor lunch area. Made from sustainable recycled plastic, the seats are designed to last with minimal maintenance. Two years later the seats are still in pristine condition and can be expected to [...]

Drinks are on us

Take a stroll or a run on the banks of the sunny Brisbane River, in Queensland, and you may find yourself in need of a long cool drink. At Westend, along the river, it is conveniently provided by a Replas drinking fountain. Recycled-plastic is perfect around water as it will not rot, split, or crack [...]

Grantham rebuilds

Grantham, a little town in the Lockyer Valley west of Brisbane, was devastated by the Queensland floods in 2011. As part of the rebuilding process they have constructed two beautiful parks—Bugler Park and McGarva Park. The Lockyer Valley Council chose Replas recycled-plastic signs for the project because of the low maintenance and durability. This will [...]