In San Remo and Kilcunda, Victoria, Bass Coast Shire Council have recycled plastic products installed throughout their municipality. This includes an in-ground Kakadu Seat and 125 mm Bollards in their parks and gardens. Kakdu Seats have a straight back with graceful, sculptured supports. Like all outdoor furniture from Replas, this seat will not rot, crack, [...]
Hastings Tennis Club in Victoria is home to recycled plastic Kakadu Seats, installed over 5 years ago and looking brand new. Kakadu Seats from Replas are straight back seats with graceful sculptured supports. In free-standing form at Hastings Tennis Club, the club can move these seats around the facility where they are needed. Unlike alternative [...]
Berrigan Shire Council, on the border of Victoria and New South Wales, is home to Barooga Botanical Gardens, where recycled plastic in-ground Kakadu Seats have been installed in memory of residents of Barooga. "In loving memory of Ruth & Les Moss" says one of the plaques, "residents of Barooga who gave generously of their time [...]
Toowoomba Regional Council have recently installed several Premier Settings and Kakadu Seats at the Cooby Dam Wall day use area. The recycled plastic furniture from Replas is in addition to the several hundred Brolga Bollards that have been installed over the past two years. Replas Premier Settings offer greater legroom thanks to the clever design [...]
Richmond Valley Council in Queensland have been avid 'true recyclers' but purchasing and creating the demand for recycled plastic products from Replas for many years. Another addition to their council is the installation of Kakadu Seats and Kookaburra Benches at Casino Lawn Cemetery. Replas’ recycled-plastic Kakadu Seat is a straight-back seat with graceful sculptured supports. [...]
Fourteen years ago Kilsyth Pool, in Victoria, needed to replace old concrete seats where the steel reinforcing had rusted and caused them to fall apart. The harsh poolside conditions can be tough on many materials, but once they chose the Kakadu Seat from Replas they discovered the conditions were no match for these sturdy seats. [...]
Is there anywhere better to watch the daily pelican feeding at Kalbarri than from a Kakadu Seat? The Shire of Northampton in Western Australia didn’t think so, that’s why they purchased six of these sturdy, long-lasting seats for tourists to take in the stunning view.
Eight years ago the Shire of Northampton, in Western Australia, installed a Premier Setting and Kakadu Seat. at the playground on the beach at Horrocks. Today, they still add a splash of colour to this coastal location and look as good as the day they were installed.