Viewing Platform and Pathway Edging Made With Replas Products At New Wreck Point Lookout

Recycled plastic decking Enduroplank™ has been used on the new viewing platform at Wreck Point Scenic Lookout in Yeppoon, part of Livingstone Shire Council in Queensland. In addition to the Enduroplank™ platform, recycled plastic profiles were used along the pathway edging to separate the gravel pathway from the garden beds. Speaking to 7 News, Central [...]

Beachcombers Line The Coast in Queensland’s Livingstone Shire Council Coastal Pathway

Along the Capricorn Coast in Queensland, Livingstone Shire Council is continuing to develop the coastal path network. Part of this new development has seen the installation of 10 recycled plastic Beachcomber sets along the pathway for tourists, cyclists and local residents to use and enjoy. Each Beachcomber from Replas is made with a marine design [...]

Floating Pathway at Kyeemagh Beach NSW Installed With Recycled Plastic Decking

From hot sand to recycled plastic decking, Kyeemagh Beach in New South Wales now has a floating pathway to the beautiful beach front made from Replas decking, Enduroplank™. Installed by Replas Pro Enterprise Landscapes, the Soil Conservation Services of NSW had this floating pathway installed for Bayside Council. "Due to its longevity, Replas products hold [...]

Carnarvon National Park Upgraded to Replas Enduroplank™ for Viewing Platform

  Western Queensland has a multitude of national parks that make Australia as beautiful as it is. Located in the Southern Brigalow Belt bioregion lies Carnarvon National Park. Walking, driving, or hiking will take you through the rich wildlife of the Sandstone Wilderness - a harsh environment with countless plants and flowers. Nestled in the [...]

On the right trail

Recycled-plastic directional signage is proving a hit on the Whadjuk Trail in the western suburbs of Perth. Sally Wallace, WESROC Project Officer at the City of Nedlands tells the story: ‘Replas bollards were selected as they filled our criteria of creating minimal visual clutter whilst remaining functional and assuring longevity. It is encouraging to receive [...]

Beachy keen

Residents of Middleton in South Australia love their beach, but access was becoming difficult due to a deteriorating old timber and chain boardwalk. After researching many products Alexandrina Council chose to install a recycled-plastic Enduroplank™ pathway. According to Bronson Symmonds, Coastal Maintenance Officer from Alexandrina Council the recycled-plastic decking stood out because, ‘This product addressed [...]

Orford’s Raspins Beach clean and accessible

Orford’s Raspins Beach on Tasmania’s East Coast is an iconic point for visitors passing through, looking for a beautiful scenic background to photograph. Travellers can enjoy a break on the beach with all the amenities provided to refresh and recuperate. In recent years, Raspins Beach has won the Keep Australia Beautiful Clean Beaches Award and [...]

Safety of children ensured at Sanctuary Lakes Resort

Sanctuary Lakes Resort is a housing estate in Point Cook known for its resort style living and community values. The resort is home to several Replas' products, including their latest and greatest, a path taking residents from the road to the playground. The previously existing path was a concrete slab, which didn't suit the modern [...]

Take a walk on the sustainable side

The Redlands Cycling & Pedestrian Strategy (2016) is well underway with the construction of a dual-use walkway at Hilliard’s Creek crossing in the South East Queensland suburb of Ormiston nearing completion. Constructed collaboratively by Replas Diamond Club Members Shapescapes and Designer Decks, the walkway will provide local residents with an environmentally sustainable crossing. Due for [...]

Weathering the storm

A recycled-plastic beach viewing platform and access path at Raspins Beach in Tasmania, was chosen because it would have minimal impact on the landscape and cope with the coastal conditions. Twelve months after installation it has proven to be the perfect choice. ‘The walkway section was tested by a severe beach eroding storm several weeks [...]

Beach ready

Earlier in the year, Randwick City Council installed Replas 145 mm bollards at South Maroubra Beach in NSW. They have also now constructed an Enduroplank™ beach access pathway which is proving very popular with visitors. Both the bollards and walkway are helping to protect the surrounding vegetation and will outperform traditional materials by many years.

Glamorgan ‘Springs’ into recycling

Glamorgan Spring Bay Council installed Tasmania’s first beach access pathway using long-lasting Enduroplank™ decking combined with Replas profiles for the substructure. The new pathway will not corrode or deteriorate in this exposed situation and will provide a lasting addition to the beach which is one of Tasmania’s most easily accessible beaches on the beautiful East [...]

Supporting the Great Harbour Way

The Great Harbour Way—Te Aranui o Pōneke— in New Zealand, is a walking and cycling track around Wellington's magnificent Te Whanganui-a-tara. From capital city waterfront to rugged coastline, from river estuary to pleasant beachside suburb, the pathway is linked in a joint community/council initiative, which Metal Art, Replas’ NZ distributor, is proud to support. Recently, [...]

Cycle path on Beach Road

Melbourne's Bayside City Council are about to install a large number of Trackmarker signs. These will form part of their pathway system and will blend into the environment beautifully.