"We love it and as this is for the children to enjoy for years to come, I think it is important for them to see how recycled items are used and made to last," said Carmen Griffiths of Rotary Peninsula 2.0, of the new 200 mm Trackmarker signs at Montague Park in Frankston, Victoria. When [...]
"Palm Cove, a unique, quiet and relaxing village by the sea where centuries old “paperbark” Melaleuca trees line the casual esplanade. Palm Cove is a tropical paradise which provides for all of your needs and ensures your holiday will be one to remember in an atmosphere of relaxed sophistication." Located in Palm Cove Qld, Coastwatcher [...]
Coomera Waters is an exclusive residential community on the banks of the Coomera River in Queensland. Coomera Waters Management have previous installations with recycled plastic products from Replas, which they have installed again using flat top and Brolga bollards with plaques for their parks, car parks, and more around the area. Nicky Campbell from Coomera [...]
At Forster Beach, NSW a set of ultra-modern, curved-back Kimberley seats has been installed by Mid-Coast Council. These seats were purchased by local residents in remembrance of loved ones who have passed away, with memorial plaques attached in recognition. For future council budgets the selection of recycled plastic furniture in this location is a [...]
The Fraser Coast Regional Council in sunny Queensland recently installed some recycled plastic bollards along the Hervey Bay foreshore for use as beach access marker posts. These attractive, high-profile signposts also have a range of instructional and advisory plaques attached that serve to help keep the beach clean and users safe. Alongside one of the [...]
Replas Kimberley Seats are proving very popular with locals throughout Forster and Tuncurry. These seats have been turned into memorials with special plaques inserted into the seat slat, to fondly remember people that have passed. The Lions and Rotary Clubs have in some cases donated the Kimberley Seats to Council.
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, [...]
The AFL’s Essendon Football Club, like many sporting organisations around Australia, has adopted Replas recycled plastic, and uses our products to help them continually improve their facilities. Windy Hill, iconic home of the AFL Bombers, proudly sports a number of Replas Bollard signs. Recessed plaques displaying the Essendon logo are fitted to sit flush with [...]
At Whiritoa Beach just south of Whangamata in New Zealand, Hauraki District Council recently installed ten new beach access signs. They’re made from recycled-plastic, in a bright blue that paves a vibrant path to the beach, perfectly fitting for the coastal vibe of the area. With routed lettering painted in a contrasting white and the [...]
The Foreshore of City of Port Phillip is one of the most visited places in Victoria. It's no wonder considering it's home to some of the nicest beaches in close proximity to the CBD and tourist attractions such as the famous Luna Park and St Kilda Sea Baths. Such a beautiful area requires updated coastal [...]
Educating our youth about the importance of recycling and our environment is crucial for our future. Moonee Ponds Primary School in Victoria recognises the need to physically demonstrate recycling and empower students to contribute to the effort. The school recently installed some 3.6 metre-long recycled-plastic Kookaburra Benches in their courtyard, accompanied by plaques aiming to [...]
Need to create or upgrade your community group, school or sporting facility? Sponsorship or fundraising is often the best way to benefit you and the relevant community-minded companies. Replas can recess plaques onto most of our products, perfect for advertising and are incredibly durable and long-lasting. Whitecliffs to Camerons Bight Foreshore Committee raised funds for [...]
Pioneer park in Leichhardt is enjoyed by canine lovers whom are able to take their pets off their leashes in certain parts. The park features a bollard signage post which has clearly stipulated the rules in relation to canines for many years, making it possible for this to continue. Replas' signage is resistant to termites [...]
The Georges River in Bankstown, NSW, is a popular spot for families to stroll or cycle. Along the foreshore walkway a recycled-plastic Trackmarker sign from Replas provides directional information for park visitors. Blending in beautifully with the environment, the sign will save on maintenance and last far longer than timber alternatives.