Replas’ Brand New Alpine Picnic Settings finds a new way to divert soft plastics and industrial waste from our natural environment.

The brand new recycled plastic picnic setting known as the Alpine setting is a collaboration between Replas and Alltek industries. According to Parks Victoria, visits to major metropolitan parks across Melbourne increased from 29.5 million visits between 2018-2019 to 36 million visits in 2020-2021. Replas’ new Alpine picnic setting is the perfect picnic setting for [...]

Recycled Plastic Settings and Seats from Replas Look Out At Phillip Island in San Remo

Just before you cross over to Phillip Island, San Remo have installed recycled plastic furniture along their restaurant and shopping strip. Premier Settings and Daintree Seats look out onto the ocean for families to enjoy a picnic of fresh fish and chips, or for couple to enjoy an ice cream. Replas’ recycled-plastic Premier Setting offers greater [...]

Seats and Settings Galore At Harry Boys Playground In Kempsey NSW

Harry Boys Playground in South Kempsey, NSW, has had a few new installations to provide new facilities fir residents and visitors. This includes a new BBQ and Replas recycled plastic products. The seating and picnic settings have been manufactured out of the soft plastic collected from the RedGroup bins at Coles and Woolworths all across [...]

Recycled Plastic Products Galore in Yarrawonga at Moira Shire

Moira Shire in Yarrawonga is proud to use recycled plastic products throughout their foreshore reserves. Bollards, wheel stops, benches, seats, and picnic settings all line up along the foreshore. Rod McMillian from the Moira Shire explained, “we have been using recycled plastic products due to the maintenance free and long lasting attributes. The products look [...]

Breathtaking sunset alongside Wellington Harbour in New Zealand

A number of years ago, Hutt City Council in Wellington New Zealand, installed Civic seats and Picnic settings alongside the junction of Hutt River and Wellington Harbour. These seats were gifted to the community by Replas NZ (Metal Art Ltd), the Civic Seat with 90x40 profiles and Civic Picnic Seating with 90x40 and 200x40 profiles. [...]

Best NSW picnic spots: it’s about location, location, location

Sussex Inlet is a beautiful body of water on the NSW coast just south of Nowra and approximately 230 km from Sydney. On its shore stands a recycled plastic table setting, which looks a picture in this tranquil and scenic location.  Not only does the Replas picnic setting with its blue slats on black supports [...]

Check out Central Coast Council’s new picnic tables

Central Coast  Council recently installed three Replas Premier Picnic Settings outside its building in Wyong, NSW.  The recycled plastic furniture has been well placed under large trees that give welcome shade to passersby, visitors to the building and council people on their breaks. From the range of Replas colours available, staff selected brown recycled plastic, [...]

Recognising our Valued Customers of Longstanding

For several years the Forbes Shire Council, 350 km  south-west of Sydney has been a loyal Replas customer and a  proactive user of our product range. Travel around the council territory and you will see recycled-plastic  signage, picnic settings, bollards, and Enduroplank™, all of which has made a mark on the area. Forbes is one [...]

Recycled-Plastic Park Furniture in its Element on Western Port

Stony Point Caravan Park, a popular holiday spot on the shores of Western Port, Victoria, is home to many Replas products. The facility is enhanced for users’ pleasure with a range of recycled-plastic products that include park seats, picnic settings, bollard signs and plank signs. Exposed as they are to the salt winds that come [...]

Warren Base Hospital

To help with traffic control our bright yellow Speed Humps have been installed outside the Ambulance station. And picnic settings have been placed in the hospital grounds for convalescing patients and visitors to relax under the shade of the facility’s well-established trees. Warren Shire boasts many internationally renowned Merino studs, including Haddon Rig, Raby and [...]

Setting an example

Callaghan Innovation in New Zealand supports business innovation with research and development services.With innovation on their minds, the choice to install six recycled- plastic Kimberley seats and six Premier Picnic Settings was a no brainer. Richard Cawthra, Building Services Officer at Callaghan, said ‘The Replas furniture is sturdy, comfortable and attractive. As it is made [...]

What a view!

Recycled-plastic is the new trend for Parkes Shire Council in Sydney’s south-west. Surrounding this beautiful central lake at Cheney Park is an abundance of recycled-plastic! What view is complete without a great place to view it from? There are plenty of benches and picnic settings for visitors to sit on, with a range of colour options [...]

Hot Solution for CFA

The CFA Training College in Bangholme, Vic often holds training sessions for 40-60 fire fighters and the two existing timber picnic tables just weren’t sufficient for groups of this size. The annual maintenance was also something these busy volunteers just didn’t have the time for. Now the outdoor area features five recycled-plastic picnic settings and [...]

Stepping-stone to a better environment

Stonington City Council, in Victoria, has funded a ground breaking project that will increase habitat connectivity, improve water quality and provide recreational and educational opportunities. Through clever environmental design the 'Lower Yarra River Biodiversity Linkages Project’ uses materials obtained through sustainable or recyclable sources. An elevated Enduroplank™ boardwalk with a composite fibre sub-structure, which was [...]

Using your Nut

The Nut at Stanley on the north-west coast of Tasmania is a popular destination for tourists. But visitors to the area were previously greeted with decrepit picnic settings.  The concrete supports were starting to split as the steel reinforcement bars rusted and expanded, and the timber had already been replaced. Circular Head Council realised they [...]

Dryen Australia makes workplace more eco-friendly

‘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 [...]

Replas enhances ambience

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.

Taking time out

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’.

Exclusively yours…

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’.

Plotting the next move

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.

For work or play, Replas furniture is the answer

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 [...]

Enduroplank™ goes the distance

Nillumbik Shire Council in Victoria recently decided to replace their tired wooden picnic settings at Eltham North Adventure Play Park. The council installed ten Replas picnic settings, which Leisure Projects Officer Seamus Cale describes as ‘simply fantastic!’. One special feature of the Adventure Play Park is a large enclosed ‘fort’ indoor playground, which, two years [...]

Tasmania sets the pace

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.

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