Over 160 recycled plastic bollards from Replas were installed at Max Pawsey Reserve Carpark in City of Casey, Victoria. The high mesh fencing was removed from the carpark in 2015 where the council implemented recycled plastic 125 mm bollards to line the open car space for locals to park their vehicles and utilise the parks [...]
Yellow Wheelstops from Replas surround the car park in Burwood Brickworks Shopping Centre in Victoria, installed by Frasers Property Group. The recycled plastic traffic control Wheelstops are a great alternative to concrete; they are tough and light weight. Used in car parks to prevent damage to walls, garden beds, pathways and other vehicles, these Wheelstops [...]
Elite Roads, installers for Frankston City Council, have installed 145 mm black bollards around Seaford North Carpark. The robust 145 mm bollard comprises a recycled plastic pyramid shaped top and is enhanced with reflectors for pedestrians and vehicles to deter boundaries. Hollow to reduce it's weight, Replas bollards are easier to handle and install. Their [...]
While visiting Kemps Creek Bowling Club in western Sydney to discuss decking, Replas NSW product manager Bert Meyer took a close look at the recycled plastic wheel stops installed in the car park. They still look great and there’s no evidence of wear & tear after the elapse of time at this busy venue. The [...]
The Big Rock is a famous petrol station, owned by Outdoor Education, a charity organisation which runs Bushcamps for Australian Youth. The Rock houses ‘The Pieman’, an award winning 24 hour pie shop and service station which brings many eager tourists to its doors. Originally built by the Leyland Brothers, Replas has joined the famous [...]
The University of Canberra is leading the way when it comes to making sustainable choices to reduce its environmental footprint. Post and rail fencing, made from plastic waste collected throughout the community, has provided a unique barrier solution for a new car park on campus, located between building 22 and 23, and the University's new [...]
Narrandera Shire Council wheel stops at the Lake Talbot boat ramp have been thriving, creating easy access and parking for tourists and residents. The yellow wheel stops are extremely noticeable, preventing damage to any vehicles or the surrounding area. The blue wheel stops clearly mark the disabled area, in comparison to concrete stops in a [...]
Located in the heart of Brisbane, Replas’ wheel stops not only assist in safe parking but also protect gardens, property, and local wildlife. They are a tough and light-weight alternative to concrete stops, and can be routed with text to make them exclusive to your company or organisation. Replas’ wheel stops come in a variety [...]
Replas' wheel stops have done it again. They've provided Marist Regional College in Burnie with an easily installed, cheaper alternative to concrete stops. This particular stop features a customised disabled sign proving its versatility for any chosen car park.
Sanctuary Lakes Werribee Shopping Centre was revamped in 2012 to include a brand new car park. The car park features Replas' recycled-plastic Wheel Stops which have continued to protect the surrounding garden beds, pathways and vehicles from damage. Replas' Wheel Stops are evidently long-lasting and durable. They provide a light-weight but tough alternative to concrete [...]
A recent visit to Coomba Falls in the South Burnett Region, Queensland, saw the introduction of Replas’ 100 millimetre square bollards to the car park. Having been installed to prevent cars parking too close to the start of the famous Replas Enduroplank™ staircase, these highly customisable bollards do nothing to take away the astounding beauty [...]
Members of the Currumbin Beach RSL Club on the Gold Coast will never have trouble finding the way to the bar again. The RSL touted ‘The best little club in the world,’ are expanding their car park and with the use of Replas’ modified 150 millimetre round bollards, the way is lit for members to [...]
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.
An apartment block in Randwick NSW, had a complete renovation transforming it from a tired old red brick building into a sleek modern design. To complete the look, recycled-plastic Tree Guards were chosen to protect the trees while Wheel Stops from Replas were used to protect the wall of a parking bay.
The Motor Registration Office in Darwin chose Replas yellow wheel stops to provide a tough, light-weight alternative to concrete stops. They also opted for Replas 150 round bollards in green to define the boundary at their new facilities. These products not only help reduce the amount of plastic going to landfill, but they also provide [...]