Shoal Point Installs Recycled Plastic Decking Platform, Furniture and Signage For Beach Goers

At Denman Avenue in Shoal Point, the Mackay region in Queensland, Replas Pro Plants Whitsunday have installed an Enduroplank™ deck platform with two Kimberley Seats, made from a composite fibre structure with profiles lined as kick rails. This recycled plastic platform and staircase can withstand the harsh Queensland marine environment as it will not rot, [...]

Mackay Regional Council Rely On Recycled Plastic Products For Quality, Long Lasting Results

Blacks Beach in the Mackay region of Queensland is no stranger to recycled plastic products from Replas. At Barber Drive Park, Replas Pro Plants Whitsunday have installed a plank sign, Brolga Bollards with a galvanised steel frame for a fence and Enduromesh for a stairway. Recycled plastic products are great fit for purpose products in [...]

Replas Pro Plants Whitsunday Continue Installing Beach Access Staircases Throughout Northern Queensland

At Blacks Beach in Mackay, Queensland, preferred Replas Pro Plants Whitsunday have installed another beach access staircase. The composite fibre structure is accompanied with Enduromesh steps leading directly into the sand from the car park. The sturdy composite fibre structure can be used in a variety of boardwalk and decking applications. The innovative design allows [...]

Mackay Regional Council Name Replas “Bollard of Choice” For North Queensland Region

Steve Sharpe, Team Leader City Centre Maintenance, says recycled plastic Brolga Bollards from Replas are the 'bollard of choice' for Mackay Regional Council in North Queensland. "They look great with the galvanised or stainless steel pipe through them so they can be spaced out a bit further and keep any unwanted vehicles out of where [...]

Trex® Decking Made With Composite Fibre at Annie Wood Park in Mackay

A new bridge made with Trex® Decking and Replas composite fibre has been installed at the Annie Wood Park in Mackay Regional Council. 10 metres long and 1.8 metres wide, Ross Willis Parks Building Services Coordinator  has said, "we are certain the new bridge will be far less maintenance intensive than the old timber bridge [...]