Barkly Park Installs Recycled Plastic Dog Agility For Communities Four Legged Friends

Gladstone Regional Council have installed recycled plastic Dog Agility equipment at Barkly Park in Bororen, Queensland. Councils around Australia are installing Replas’ recycled plastic Dog Agility Tracks as well-trained, exercised and stimulated dogs are less likely to be a nuisance to the community by wandering or barking. The tracks can be enjoyed by local residents [...]

The Lost Dogs Home Install Kookaburra Settings at North Melbourne Facility

The Lost Dogs’ Home is the oldest not-for-profit animal welfare organisation in Victoria, providing pound and shelter services to almost 20,000 dogs and cats each year.  The Lost Dogs’ Home wanted to install durable, functional and attractive seating that could be used by staff or visitors at their shelter in North Melbourne.  Kookaburra Settings from [...]

RSPCA Urban Office Includes Recycled Plastic Furniture in Outdoor Enclosures

RSPCA Victoria's Animal Care Centre in Burwood East, VIC, have installed recycled plastic furniture in their outdoor dog enclosures. The Kimberley Seats were purchased prior to 2011 and used for the volunteer dog handlers to rest whilst the dogs, up for adoption, get a chance to roam freely in their own exercise yard. In 2016, [...]

Dog Agility Installation at Shire of Yilgarn in Western Australia

“We like that it is a sustainable product made from recycled plastic. The material will not splinter which guarantees safe usage for dogs and their owners, making less liability issues for the Shire,” explains Jenny Gemund, Manager Community Services for Shire of Yilgarn. The new Dog Agility installation has received positive feedback from the community [...]

Seating For Albury City Council With The Help From Mars Petcare

“On August 6th, Albury City Council and Mars Petcare joined forces to create a haven for dogs and their owners in East Albury,” explains Rob Sharpe, The Open Space Project Officer, about Alexandra Park in New South Wales. With the help of a financial contribution to Albury City Council, they were able to install new [...]

Shellharbour Council Welcomes New Dog Agility At Off Leash Park

Big congratulations to Shellharbour Council, in New Sales Wales, who have recently installed dog agility equipment. This is at the off leash park at Oak Flats Park. Here, you can also relax with a drink or meal at the Oak Flats Bowling & Recreation Club. And try an afternoon of some bare foot bowling. Although [...]

Second Instalment of Dog Agility Equipment Lands in Sydney CBD

  The Cumberland Council (formally known as Auburn Council) situated just south of the busy CBD of Sydney, has incorporated the happiness of playing pups and Eco-friendly Replas Recycled Dog Agility Equipment. Being the second agility equipment installed in the city of Sydney, dog owners are able to give their dogs a multi-purpose park, making [...]

Yes pawlease

Living in an urban environment can be a challenge when it comes to exercising our favourite friends. Dogs in New Zealand have never had it so good thanks to several new dog agility tracks which allow them and their owners to have fun in a safe and stimulating environment. Paul Cooper, Environmental Services Manager at Timaru District Council, said, 'The Dog Agility Track was [...]

Off-leash areas are for people as much as they’re for canines

Off-leash dog parks aren't just for the benefit of our beloved dogs, they create a meeting ground for social interaction within a community. Logan City Council has realised this, installing Replas' Dog Agility equipment in their Federation Park, Bethania. If you're located near Logan City, QLD, this park is a perfect spot with shady tree [...]


Replas Customer Liaison Officer Julie Head took time out on her 60th birthday to celebrate with a couple of very special friends. With recycled plastic never far from her mind, a walk in the spring sunshine inevitably ended up at a Replas sign in her local area. While revealing the age of this super fit [...]

A park for pooches

A newly constructed off-leash dog park in South Wentworthville, NSW is making the residents’ four legged friends very happy. Holroyd Council chose the recycled-plastic dog agility equipment from Replas as it is strong, durable and most importantly there won’t be any splinters to injure precious pets.

Time out

Logan City Council, in Queensland, has provided a ‘time out’ area for dogs in Middle Road, Boronia Heights. The Replas Dog Agility Track provides an ideal opportunity to not only exercise, but also develop important socialisation skills. The equipment was installed by local contractors Interface Landscapes.

Shenton Dog Park Refuge

‘The Dogs Refuge Home receives no government funding and so relies solely on community support to fund its operations; therefore, in any purchase we are looking to make sure it is a worthwhile investment. Not only do the seats look great, but they are very comfortable and durable.’ Nerilie Watson, Shenton Park Dog Refuge. Animal [...]

New: Pooch Post

The latest innovation from Replas is the Pooch Post, suitable for home, park and coastal applications. The post comes complete with rings at the top to secure your pet, a self-closing water tap and a water bowl attached to the post, easily emptied by a hinge mechanism. Another fantastic solution from Replas!

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