Recycled Plastic Products Installed Throughout NSW Country Town Moama Along The Murray River

Echuca, Moama is home to a variety of recycled plastic products from Replas. Including seat around the Murray, and through the municipality. Kakadu Seats have been installed for many years for visitors and locals to enjoy the beautiful scenery in country New South Wales. The Kakadu Seat is a straight-back seat with graceful sculptured supports [...]

Murray River Hot Spot ‘The Shack Cafe’ Installs 150 mm Round Bollards from Replas

150 mm round bollards from Replas surround 'The Shack Cafe' at Thompsons Beach in Cobram, Victoria. The Murray River hot spot now has durable, long lasting bollards that will deter vehicles and defines the boundaries for pedestrian access. The finish of these bollards are clean and smooth,they are the environmentally friendly alternative to timber bollards. [...]

Appex Park Picnic Settings Lasting The Environment at Sand Bar

Cureton Avenue in Mildura is home to Apex Park Sand Bar, pleasant bush lands filled with flora and fauna along to relaxing atmosphere. Along this Sand Bar you will find Replas recycled plastic picnic settings, Premier Settings, both in ground and free standing. Along the Chaffey Bend the durable, long lasting Premier Settings are stabled [...]

Best uses for recycled plastic products: boat cabin tops

An order recently came in for some Enduromesh panels, and on learning what they would be used for we were surprised and impressed! The owners of a Murray River houseboat moored at Echuca, Victoria have used them on the roof. Doing their research, they decided that recycled plastic Enduromesh would be the ideal material to [...]

New cricket oval seating is a great catch

There’s some nice new Replas seating around the boundary at Corowa, NSW’s cricket oval. Under the guidance of parks manager Darren Harvey, who is enthusiastic about recycled plastic products, Federation Council installed the Kimberley seats and Premier Picnic Settings in time for the season. And the new recycled plastic furniture has bowled visitors over. It [...]

Lake Mulwala, Surrounded by Recycled Plastic Furniture

When staff at Federation Council, NSW chose to install new park furniture at Lake Mulwala, they looked for products with a reputation for longevity and resistance to vandalism. They also wanted fixtures with uniformity of appearance that would serve to enhance the park’s ambience. They chose Replas products, installing a range of recycled on the [...]

Digging Deep

Deep Creek Marina in Moama, NSW, is undergoing an 18 month refurbishment that when complete will feature over 1000 brown recycled-plastic bollards saving the equivalent of more than two million plastic bags from landfill. Stage one of the project was completed in December by Extend Building & Design Pty Ltd and after creating a new [...]

Recycled Plastic Speaks for Itself at a Top Spot on the Murray River

In 2014 Replas supplied the materials for constructing an access structure to two floating pontoons on the Murray River at Fort Courage. This stretch of the river is simply magnificent as it winds through wildlife reserve and state forest just west of Mildura. Home to the Wentworth Angling Club, Fort Courage is the location of [...]

Built to last

Fort Courage is home to the Wentworth Angling Club and the location of monthly fishing competitions. Replas recently supplied materials for the construction of an access structure to two floating pontoons located along this magnificent stretch of the Murray River. Steve Govan, the caretaker of Fort Courage Caravan Park, said that the materials were selected [...]

Trailing Trackmarkers

Replas’ Trackmarker signs have recently been installed along the Mountains Rail Trail, along the length of the Murray River in Victoria. The signs display regulatory and directional information, and can be seen between Wahgunyah and Rutherglen. Indigo Shire Council’s Project Engineer, Dan Wilkinson, selected Replas’ Trackmarker signs for safety reasons. ‘As they are low to [...]