Recycled Plastic Plank Signs Are Scattered Across Cairns Regional Council

Cairns Regional Council have started replacing all of their Park Signage throughout the area with Replas Plank Signs over the last couple of years. The termite resistant recycled plastic products make it the perfect fit for Northern Queensland. Replas signs are extremely hard wearing with a high resistance to graffiti, offering an economic and ethical alternative [...]

By |2018-12-17T22:39:00+00:00December 17th, 2018|Blogs|Comments Off on Recycled Plastic Plank Signs Are Scattered Across Cairns Regional Council

Beaming in on recycled plastic

As well as boasting a large radio telescope, Parkes in central west NSW has many recycled plastic bollards, planks signs and drinking fountains located in various places around town. In the cemetery, 125 mm bollards are used extensively to mark the lawn area, while Replas signage can be seen at a number of park sites [...]

By |2016-07-22T13:03:11+00:00April 27th, 2016|Blogs|Comments Off on Beaming in on recycled plastic

New signage along the East Link Trail

Replas recently supplied and installed six triple plank signs for the City of Greater Dandenong, Victoria. They are part of the East link Trail, a 35km track used extensively by cyclists, runners and pedestrians that extends all the way to south-east Melbourne. The attractive recycled plastic signage not only displays clear directional information but also [...]

By |2016-10-20T02:20:14+00:00February 23rd, 2016|Blogs|Comments Off on New signage along the East Link Trail

Some lateral New Zealand thinking on using recycled plastic

Recycled plastic’s versatility makes it ideal for one-off jobs. Wellington City Council needed some extra-visible barriers at the top of a steep pedestrian walkway in Tawa, and wise heads got together. Using green 125mm bollards with 200 x 40mm planks and reflectors fitted, our team came up with the units pictured - effectively narrow plank [...]

By |2016-07-22T14:37:04+00:00January 20th, 2016|Blogs|Comments Off on Some lateral New Zealand thinking on using recycled plastic

Simmos Beach-Who is Simmo?

Campbelltown City Council is only 30km's south west of the Sydney CBD and yet is home to a stunning sandy oasis called Simmos Beach. Replas signage has been part of the furniture for many years but still looks like it was installed just yesterday. Walking tracks abound and suit bushwalkers at all levels and Simmos beach is so [...]

By |2016-10-20T02:20:15+00:00November 18th, 2015|Blogs|Comments Off on Simmos Beach-Who is Simmo?

Good information and clear instructions using recycled plastic signs

Mudgee, NSW is one of many regional communities to have embraced recycled-plastic products. There the Mid-Western Regional Council has installed Replas plank signs to identify its parks and reserves, and 145mm square bollards with plaques that provide information and rules of park use.  Recycled plastic is the ideal material to use in the Country environment, [...]

By |2016-10-20T02:20:15+00:00October 16th, 2015|Blogs|Comments Off on Good information and clear instructions using recycled plastic signs

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 [...]

By |2017-02-08T00:00:51+00:00October 16th, 2015|Blogs|Comments Off on Recycled-Plastic Park Furniture in its Element on Western Port

All signs point south

In the beautiful but often harsh environment of coastal Southland in New Zealand what better way to signal a welcome to beaches and parkland than with hardy Replas Plank Signs. That’s what the staff of Southland District Council decided when signage at nine of their popular seaside reserves needed replacement. Not only did it fall [...]

By |2016-07-26T10:21:25+00:00January 22nd, 2015|Blogs|Comments Off on All signs point south

A sign for the future

What better way to compliment and identify Replas' new operation in South East Queensland than a new sign? The recently installed triple plank sign and Brolga Bollards are incredibly long-lasting and low maintenance, showcasing the customisation opportunities available for Replas' signs. The sign was installed by Diamond Club member Uri in just a short few [...]

By |2015-06-09T05:09:18+00:00July 18th, 2014|Blogs|Comments Off on A sign for the future

Hornsby Council wises up to recycled plastic

Wisemans Ferry, nestled in the heartland of the Hawkesbury River in NSW, is a favourite retreat for Sydneysiders. Hornsby Council installed a recycled-plastic sign at the recreation reserve which still looks as good today as when it was installed six years ago.

By |2015-08-06T01:44:46+00:00June 18th, 2013|Blogs|Comments Off on Hornsby Council wises up to recycled plastic

Turn here

You won't miss the turn to Macrossan with this plank sign at Charters Towers, in Far North Queensland, pointing the way. Made from recycled plastic it can take the conditions thrown at it in this tough climate and will look just as good for many years to come.

By |2015-08-06T03:23:43+00:00June 11th, 2013|Blogs|Comments Off on Turn here

We’re on the Trail again

Port Lincoln Council in South Australia needed to replace some treated pine post and wire fencing along a new walking and cycling trail on the main road leading into Port Lincoln. Replas bollards offer a long-lasting solution and coordinate beautifully with existing signage along the Parnkalla Trail. Nigel Melzner, Manager Community Infrastructure, City of Port [...]

By |2015-08-06T03:58:42+00:00June 7th, 2013|Blogs|Comments Off on We’re on the Trail again

It’s a sign!

Parks Victoria asked Replas to produce a range of signage to complement the beautiful natural parklands of Westerfolds Park in Templestowe, Victoria. The Plank Signs and Trackmarker Signs are created within the Parks Victoria style guide and will provide a maintenance free and long lasting solution for more than 40 years.

By |2015-08-06T22:50:17+00:00April 17th, 2013|Blogs|Comments Off on It’s a sign!

Pointing the way to your place

Live on a country road? Do all your friends miss your driveway? Why not put up a hard wearing and durable recycled-plastic sign to direct the way to your house. Now, not only will friends and even potential buyers be able to find you easily, but you have also helped to reduce the amount of [...]

By |2015-08-07T05:11:57+00:00August 21st, 2012|Blogs|Comments Off on Pointing the way to your place

Port Lincoln signage

Recycled plastic signage and furniture has replaced rotting permapine posts and timber signs along a 13 km scenic walking trail in South Australia.;   Nigel Melzner, Manager Community Infrastructure, City of Port Lincoln said, -‘The advantage that the Replas products have over timber products is there is no splintering and no maintenance in oiling or painting. [...]

By |2016-10-20T02:20:25+00:00October 11th, 2011|Blogs|Comments Off on Port Lincoln signage

Signed Up for a Sustainable Future!

Boroondara Council has been using Replas products for several years as they are happy with the product in terms of quality and longevity. When it came to replacing some timber signs that were in dire need of a refresh Chris Hui, Sustainable Transport Officer at the City of Boroondara, says they chose recycled plastic because, [...]

By |2015-08-10T04:10:33+00:00June 17th, 2011|Blogs|Comments Off on Signed Up for a Sustainable Future!

Bentons Square – pointing the way

The Community and Early Childhood Development Hub at Bentons Square, Mornington, Victoria, is a busy spot with a Community Centre, Kinder, Connections Uniting Care and Maternal & Child Health Centre. However, there was just one problem— no one could find them! Kim Sadler, Centre Coordinator, Bentons Square Community Centre, says, ‘We were forever having people [...]

By |2015-08-10T04:44:07+00:00July 16th, 2010|Blogs|Comments Off on Bentons Square – pointing the way

It’s a sign

For over a decade, Parks Victoria has been installing Replas plank signs, Trackmarkers and notice boards throughout the state. Experience has proved that Replas signage offers superior visibility, as the coloured lettering is routed into the planks. Parks Victoria and Replas are confident these signs will remain intact for more than ten years.

By |2016-07-31T20:31:30+00:00January 16th, 2010|Blogs|Comments Off on It’s a sign

Dee Why goes Kakadu

Ranger Chris Buckley from Warringah Council in New South Wales has been using Replas products for years. Recently, nine free-standing Kakadu 1.8m seats have been installed throughout the Stony Range Botanic Garden in Dee Why, blending beautifully into the native surrounds. These seats will require little to no maintenance, outlasting timber alternatives by many years. Warringah [...]

By |2016-10-20T02:20:30+00:00October 16th, 2008|Blogs|Comments Off on Dee Why goes Kakadu

Large plank signs the go

Replas has now introduced the large Plank sign into its range. This 400mm x 40mm recycled plastic sign consists simply of a single plank positioned between two posts. The planks won’t rot or split, and the routed text is far more visible in bright conditions than painted or printed text due to the shadowed effect [...]

By |2015-08-11T05:28:16+00:00February 17th, 2008|Blogs|Comments Off on Large plank signs the go

Signs, signs, signs!

The City of Yarra have always been great fans of Replas signage, so it was pleasing to see the new Bollard signs used for directing pedestrian traffic at the Commonwealth Games will also be made out of recycled plastic! Glen Eira City Council has, for many years, used Replas Trackmarker signs for controlling pedestrian and [...]

By |2015-08-13T03:34:25+00:00January 16th, 2006|Blogs|Comments Off on Signs, signs, signs!