The team at Calypso Star Charter and Louth Bay Jetty in South Australia have installed custom recycled plastic Beachcombers for their customers and visitors to enjoy. "We chose Replas as we wanted to do our bit to create demand for the many bag fulls of soft plastics we recycle from our operations," said Andrew Wright, [...]
The Gippsland Ports in regional Victoria are home to recycled plastic decking, Enduroplank™, and large profiles at Marlo Jetty. This jetty deck installation and kick rails have been down for many years and has no corroded from the salt water environment. Recycled plastic materials are the ideal, fit for purpose products for East Gippsland Shire [...]
Grey and Yellow recycled plastic profiles line the Inverloch Jetty in the Gippsland Ports in Victoria. The 65 mm x 90 mm profiles will not rot or rust in the marine environment, giving Bass Coast Council durable, long lasting and low maintenance products. Recycled plastic standard profiles manufactured by Replas come in a huge range [...]
A unique 40-metre floating jetty made almost entirely from recycled products has provided a safer and more accessible solution for the Gove Boat Club in the Northern Territory. Constructed from tyres filled with polyurethane foam, recycled plastic Enduroplank™ was chosen as the ideal material to use for the decking as it needs no painting or [...]
The 40 m jetty at Kurnell, Botany Bay that Sutherland Shire Council built for use by boat owners is no more. It could not withstand nature’s fury in the big storm of June ‘16. Pummelled by the seas, the structure was lifted from its piers and cast aside as the large swells rolled in. When [...]
Part of the Lake Macquarie City Council, Toronto in New South Wales is renowned for the peaceful, leafy environment perfect for lakeside activities. Whether it be fishing, frequenting a lakeside park or sailing, it caters for any water-based demand. Recycled-plastic fenders (75mm x 175mm) have been installed in an enclosed area, in order to give [...]
The Tooradin Foreshore has received a well regarded upgrade, creating an impressive area for the upcoming summer season. The old, rotting timber picnic settings were struggling with the conditions, sea spray in particular. Recycled-plastic has given the space the modern lift it needed. Over 20 settings, seats and benches now cover the foreshore, with more [...]
The Werribee South Foreshore is an ideal sport for a family day out or a simple place to relax. The facilities and activities include boating, canoeing, kayaking and jet skiing. You can choose to enjoy a barbecue or a picnic at the beach, have the kids play on the playground or or walk the various [...]
As the oldest club in Victoria to have continually occupied the same site, Hobsons Bay Yacht Club has a lot to be proud of. Recently the club chose to use Replas profiles to continue the revitalisation of their facilities. On the nearby Ferguson Street Pier, Hobsons Bay City Council installed the same recycled-plastic large profiles [...]
Wobby Beach, on the Hawkesbury River in NSW, is an area only accessible by water. One clever homeowner has used Replas large profiles as wharf fenders to prevent damage to boats tied up the jetty. Recycled plastic is perfect for this application as it will not rot, or crack and is resistant to microorganisms.
Cocos Islands is a territory of Australia, located in the Indian Ocean, southwest of Christmas Island. In the early months of the year cyclones can occur. In these harsh conditions the timber on a local jetty wasn’t lasting. Replacing the timber with recycled-plastic Enduroplank™ has produced a stunning result that will withstand the exposed environment [...]
The seaside resort of Busselton in Western Australia is home to the longest jetty in the Southern Hemisphere, the heritage listed Busselton Jetty. The beautiful beach alongside the jetty is popular with tourists and locals alike, and the council have recently installed some brightly coloured, undercover benches. Swimming lessons are conducted on the beach, and [...]
Pier 21 is a 171‐berth marina on the Swan River in North Fremantle, WA. The team at Pier 21 recently replaced 200 metres of tired timber decking on one of the jetties with timber‐finish recycled‐plastic Enduroplank™, after a successful trial of a two‐metre installation. Enduroplank™ is the ideal choice for maritime applications as it will [...]
This expression has become the Replas motto, when we recommend products from our range to replace rotten and damaged timber signage, outdoor furniture, traffic control products and decking. Pictured here is the recently refurbished boardwalk at the beautiful Fogg Dam Conservation Reserve in the Northern Territory. The existing wooden structure had become unsafe due to [...]
The Mount Henry Jetty in Western Australia was originally constructed to support the infrastructure works on the Mount Henry Bridge. Recently, however, the jetty was renovated for public use. Enduroplank™ decking was used, along with recycled-plastic capping and fenders. Unlike wooden planking, which can be awkward to work with due to knots and differently sized [...]
Located just off Davey's Bay Road in Mount Eliza, this jetty faces north and features a fantastic view of the city of Melbourne on the opposite side of Port Philip Bay. The Davey's Bay Yacht Club members chose Enduroplank™ decking to update the jetty, as the recycled plastic is perfect for extreme coastal conditions. Whilst [...]
Cairns City Council, Queensland. The council has recently refurbished their viewing platforms and boardwalks at Devils Hole, Boulders. After Cyclone Larry left a trail of destruction through north Queensland last year, councils and the Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service used long lasting Enduroplank™ to replace the destroyed timber. Southern Grampians Shire Council, Victoria. The Shire [...]
A new and unique jetty was officially opened today at Swansea, Tasmania, by the Speaker of the House of Assembly, Michael Polley. Mr. Polley said the new jetty was the first in Tasmania to be built mainly from recycled materials, making it 'an ideal construction material, because it does not rot like timber or corrode [...]
Pictured above is a new floating jetty in Swansea, Tasmania. Grey Enduroplank™ decking was used to cover the base, with black posts used for the railing fence. New stair treads can be seen in use, with raised slats to ensure stable footing for users when they approach the floating jetty.
This Lake Burley Griffin development was completed early last year. A visit in January of this year confirmed the superiority of recycled plastic Enduroplank™ over timber decking. As expected, the Enduroplank™ is as good as new, but the same cannot be said about the timber decked sections. Many of the timber planks have shrunk so [...]
Gippsland Lakes at Paynesville, Victoria, has had their jetty upgraded with our Enduroplank™ decking. The future is here with the great looking, maintenance-free, recycled plastic Enduroplank™.
The Dover Jetty in Tasmania has just been completed using Replas fenders. They were chosen due to their ability to outlast wooden alternatives. The recycled plastic will also maintain itself with no effort required!
Last year the Enduroplank™ was the largest selling item on our stock list. Whether it is a large jetty down in Geelong, or a small pathway around a home, Enduroplank™ is the perfect application. Enduroplanks™ span up to 800mm between joists and measure up to 3 metres in length. Furthermore, they do not cap, split [...]