Bundaberg Community Enjoys Recycled Plastic Laguna Lounges at Public Swimming Pools

Laguna Lounges from Replas are the perfect statement pieces for any outdoor area that offers the ultimate in style and comfort. Bundaberg Regional Council in Central Queensland have purchased Laguna Lounges for their public swimming pools. "Council chose the Laguna Lounges for their uniqueness, adding to the novelty appeal to our community facilities along with [...]

Recycled Plastic Bollard Fence Surrounds Nielson Beach in Bundaberg, Queensland

In South East Queensland, Bundaberg Regional Council has recently installed a bollard fence using Replas recycled plastic bollards along the sand dunes at Nielson Beach, in Bargara. 125 mm bollards from Replas are robust and comprises a recycled plastic profile with a pyramid-shaped top. Replas bollards are the ideal solution wherever rigid barriers are required [...]

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 [...]

Barolin Nature Reserve Becomes Home To Recycled Plastic Premier Setting

Barolin Nature Reserve is a large area of natural bush, grassy plains and wetlands right next to the coastal town of Bargara within Bundaberg Regional Council in Queensland. Recently a recycled plastic Premier Setting from Replas has been installed under a shelter, offering a nice shady place to rest while exploring the reserve. The reserve [...]

After the storm

Storms in Queensland earlier this year smashed many boat ramps. Woodgate beach boat ramp near Bundaberg is undergoing a rebuild using Enduroplankā„¢ recycled plastic decking. The work is being completed by Replas Diamond Club Member ARD Projects.

A simple solution

How do you prevent 4-wheel drive vehicles from driving over sensitive dunes along a beach? Simple. Cement Replas 150 mm round bollards into the sand. Bundaberg Council did just that at a beach where they needed to keep vehicles off sensitive ecological areas. Not only do they look good, but they are also proving to [...]

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