‘We are pleased with the final product and also the service provided and would recommend Replas for any other company thinking of doing an outdoor area.’ Sue Mckay, Product Development, Dryen Australia. Dryen Australia Pty Ltd, a Victorian textile company, chose to install three Premier settings and three Kimberley ergonomic seats in an outdoor area [...]
The Parkdale Bench is the latest addition to our range. This unique bench has been specially designed so that it can be installed in a variety of ways. Ideally suited to outdoor learning environments and school grounds, the installation patterns are only limited by your imagination. Parkdale benches are available in your choice of three [...]
The community of Onslow in The Shire of Ashburton, WA, has worked for the past three years to create a community garden. The vision for the garden was that it would be a holistic environment that supports healthy active lifestyles. Replas seating was chosen as the community agreed it would complement the ideals and features [...]
Buloke Shire Council, in North-West Victoria, recently purchased some recycled-plastic benches and seats to replace old, weathered seating in Apex Park at Sea Lake. The council chose Replas products because they wanted to support a locally made product and they believe recycled plastic offers a good alternative to the traditional wooden and steel structures currently [...]
Brisbane City Council has been one of the first to take advantage of our new range of brown products. The council wanted to create an outdoor lunch and meeting area, but any solution needed to be mindful of the heritage listed tree root system. Replas was able to provide a floating, two level deck, which [...]
Highvale Primary School in Victoria just can’t get enough of Replas’ products. Six months ago, when the school’s outdoor furniture needed replacing, Principal Steve Richards decided our recycled plastic benches would provide the perfect solution.‘We installed the benches near some wooden fencing, and it made the fencing look really bad! Now, we are looking at [...]
Sandringham College’s Senior Campus canteen area has recently been transformed into an airy outdoor room, where students can study and socialise. The existing space already housed some tired and worn timber picnic settings, however the Victorian school is now replacing with Replas Flinders settings. ‘We chose Replas because of the environmentally sustainable nature of their [...]
The team at Western Australia’s Augusta-Margaret River Shire have been gradually replacing the tired timber settings in the beautiful Blackwood River with Replas’ outdoor furniture. Pictured here is a comfortable, in-ground Kimberly seat, a neat Premier setting and, in the background, some visiting dolphins.
The students at South Australia’s Hamley Bridge Primary School are enjoying their new Flinders settings, recently installed in a shady spot in the playground. According to Principal Margaret Streathfield, ‘the recycled plastic settings are well used during recess and lunch – and the teachers have talked about them during learning time’.
A group of students from St Brigid’s School in Healesville, Victoria, are helping save the Mountain Pygmy Possum by recycling their plastics to make outdoor furniture. The habitat of the Pygmy Possum is threated by global warming, so Healesville Sanctuary has developed a program to help students make a difference to climate change by taking [...]
Paralowie School in Adelaide is a combined primary and secondary school, with more than 1200 students. The school recently spent its government grant on Replas seats and table settings for the primary section of the school. The Parents and Friends of the School Committee is so pleased with the products, they are going to purchase [...]
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 [...]
When Whitehorse City Council’s Parks Planning Facilitator, Dion Scott, recently upgraded the park at Redland Drive Reserve, he chose to use only Replas recycled‐plastic products in the design. ‘We chose Kimberly seats, picnic settings, and chain‐linked bollards,’ he commented at the completion of the job, ‘and we’re really happy with the result’.
The Cricket ground at Petersham, a suburb of Sydney, was the scene of Sir Donald Bradman’s original ‘First Class’ cricket century. So when the Marrickville Council decided to refurbish the benches on the ground, it was trusted that they would want a product that enhanced the historic significance of the area. These images show that [...]
New Zealand’s Hutt City Council has replaced some of the seating in Govind Bhula Park, with Replas’ Kimberley seats. These sturdy seats are available in two lengths and three slat colours, including a blue that matches the existing seating and bollard colour scheme used on the Hutt River Trail. The council’s Horticultural Manager, Judy Robb, [...]
Students at Adelaide’s Junior School of Rostrevor College love their new custom-made, recycled-plastic outdoor table, complete with two chess boards. The table has been installed in a shady corner of the grounds, so that each recess and lunch students can enjoy the fresh air, whilst indulging in some fun and mind-challenging chess games.
As part of a multi-million dollar renovation, Tasmania’s Launceston Airport needed to upgrade its passenger drop-off area and outdoor passenger facilities. The airport operator’s goal was to ensure all seating would be compliant with the Australian Standards of Design for access and mobility, which specifies that armrests should be a certain height to make it [...]
These chic benches were recently installed at Sydney University in New South Wales. The designer crafted a series of stylish and comfortable benches by working with recycled-plastic profiles of different widths and sizes, creating a unique look which compliments the adjacent modern buildings.
More and more venues are choosing recycled plastic materials to solve their seating needs. Not only is recycled plastic environmentally-friendly, it is also cost effective as it will not split, rot, or need painting. Replas’ Enduroplank™ timber finish planks were used to create simple bench seating at Sydney’s Olympic Park Woodchop Arena, replacing the existing [...]
The Slab picnic setting takes its name from its vast proportions and large slat size. It's readily available in a standard 3 metre length, seating 12 people with ease, and can be custom made up to 8 metres long.
It’s great to see Project Coordinator, Milisa Price, and Purchasing Manager, Jack Huston, see eye to eye on the facility management at Bond University. The University has installed hundreds of Replas bollards and picnic settings around the campus. Milisa has been busy calculating how much landfill the university has prevented by using recycled-plastic materials, and [...]
Environmentally-savvy students at Hewett Primary School in South Australia are delighted that their school has invested in Replas’ outdoor furniture. The new table settings and benches have been installed in a shady area so the children can enjoy an open communal area, where they can gather to study or relax. By choosing recycled-plastic furniture for [...]
The Oak Park Aquatic Centre, Victoria, recently underwent a major upgrade. The original wooden seating was looking very tired and had become unsafe, and Replas was happy to update the benches with custom-designed recycled plastic seating, resulting in a fresh and modern finish.
Craigieburn Primary School in Victoria has recently purchased some beautiful seats for their ‘Values Garden.’ The six new seats are brightly coloured, and student-friendly due to the rounded edges. Each seat displays one of the school’s six values, serving a constant reminder of the values of Craigieburn Primary, and are now enjoyed each recess and [...]
The Karingal Bowling Club in Frankston, Victoria, has embarked on a major refurbishment of its seating facilities. Replas replaced the existing narrow bench seating between the two greens with wider 600mm benches, designed to seat bowlers on both sides. The club was so impressed with the new benches that it is now replacing all the greenside [...]
More and more schools are purchasing recycled plastic products, as they wish to demonstrate to staff, students and parents their environmental sustainability. Wellington Secondary College in Victoria were also quick to realise that Replas’ seating is one of the most long-lasting, maintenance-free products that money can buy.
Just recently, Replas installed three new Lyrebird picnic settings along the East Gippsland Rail Trail (EGRT). The settings were kindly donated by members of the Friends of the EGRT Association, with the selected locations chosen carefully – all are preferred rest points used by members when pausing for a cup of tea! New visitors are [...]
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 [...]
Students from Sutton Town Primary School in Mount Gambier, South Australia, love their new edition to the playground. This Big Bench gives the students a great area where they can just hang out and enjoy their spare time, without worrying about splinters or termites.
With over 50 recycled seats, benches, tables and chess settings, Waverley Christian College in Victoria has a proud history of leading by example. Maintenance staff member David Daff purchases the products for their long lasting attributes, the first of which was installed at the school 6 years ago. David is proud to say the product [...]
Our new Pacesetter seat has just been released, and it is a real eye turner! The seats feature recycled plastic slats with powder coated metal arms and supports, and feet that turn inwards to eliminate any tripping hazards. The metal frame design is first class, with extra support and reinforcement for the plastic slats. By [...]
In New South Wales, the Taronga Park Zoo operators recently decided to upgrade the arena used for giving demonstrations and lectures on wildlife. The decision was made to replace the rotting timber slats with Replas seat slats, and the results speak for themselves. The area is attractive and long-lasting, and visitors can use the seating [...]
EPA Victoria's Centre for Environmental Sciences is located in the picturesque setting of Mont Park. The building is surrounded by extensive native parkland, and it was the EPA's intention to utilize the parklands to improve the work environment for their staff. By providing environmentally friendly outdoor furniture, EPA has encouraged staff to enjoy the fresh air and sunshine [...]
We are quite often asked about the use of recycled plastic under extreme temperatures found in many areas of Australia. Our furniture in particular has found its way into some of the most inhospitable situations, from central Australia to the snow country of the Australian Alps. Road authorities have been using our furniture in wayside stops [...]
Congratulations to Sam Pisano from Premier Cartridge Recycling, who was the successful bidder in the Auction for the Collingwood memorabilia seat. Only 50 recycled plastic seats have been made from the collected Victoria Park waste, and all the profits from these seats will be donated to the Naranga School in Frankston. Students from Naranga have [...]
Six Falls Creek Benches were designed to use around different tree trunks in the outdoor areas of Rolling Hills Primary School in Victoria. The benches are a permanent shade solution for the students on hot summer days. Rolling Hills Primary School has also purchased a Trackmarker sign that directs visitors to the School Office upon [...]
West Tamar Council in Tasmania is a huge supporter of recycled plastic products, purchasing various items from Replas, such as picnic settings and speed humps. These products are perfect for councils as they not only reduce waste and landfill, but they are also long-lasting and far more resistant to vandalism than their alternatives.
The new Mount Erin College campus opened its doors in late January for 120 new parents and 200 students. Campus Principal Roger Page was very pleased to be able to incorporate Replas products into the design of the school, including bollards, benches and signage.
It was approximately 10 years ago now since the first of the Hume settings were installed along the great Hume Highway in the truck stops from Melbourne to the NSW border. Still look's great Today !