Premier Settings from Replas line the entrance park on the Frankston Foreshore in Frankston, VIC. The recycled plastic Premier Settings provide a perfect spot for visitors of Frankston Beach to rest, have lunch or to enjoy the weather without being right on the beach. The clever design of the bench and table supports offer greater [...]
10 years ago, Bellerive Yacht Club in Hobart, Tasmania installed recycled plastic decking Enduroplank™ and profiles for seating along their dock. The recycled plastic products from Replas, still looking as new, have not corroded, cracked or split from the marine environment. Enduroplank™ is a sturdy, low maintenance decking product that provides an ethical alternative to [...]
"The Wallace Creek nature trail provides public access to environmentally significant mangrove wetlands that occupy a large area of the Bundaberg Port," explains Gordon King, Training and Employment Manager at Gidarjil Development Corporation. Gidarjil Development Corporation is an indigenous owned enterprise that provides a reliable, reputable base for a variety of programs and initiatives that [...]
Replas recycled plastic products at the famous Mindil Beach in Darwin included a range from floating beach access, installed by local aboriginals, and Brolga bollards all around the park. Mindil Beach is famous for it's sunset markets on Thursday and Sunday evenings between April and October. To accommodate to the environment and popular area, City [...]
Tuncury which is located on the mid north coast of NSW and is home to the popular Hamilton Restaurant, is now sporting a brand new walkway, which the boaties adore. Not only do patrons have easy access to the restaurant but they can also keep a close eye on their beautiful boats while enjoying lunch.
Moreton Bay is made up of stunning blue waters, whether you’re after relaxation or adrenalin, the area has something for everyone. The paradise is well known for its beautiful white sandy beaches, a popular spot to holiday. On occasion the popular beach was inaccessible due to wind sand erosion leaving a drop off from the [...]