All Ability Accessible Canoe/Kayak Platform Launches in Moama, NSW

On Monday December 3rd, International Day for People with a Disability, Edward River in Moama NSW celebrated their All Ability Accessible Canoe Platform Launch. "Innovation and recycling from the Moama community have coalesced for a game-changing new facility that brings kayaking to people with limited mobility," explained the Riverine Herald in NSW.  Installed back in July [...]

By |2018-12-20T05:50:38+00:00December 13th, 2018|Blogs|Comments Off on All Ability Accessible Canoe/Kayak Platform Launches in Moama, NSW

Recycled Plastic Kingfisher Seat Has Best View In Coffs Harbour NSW

In Coffs Harbour NSW, situated on the Coffs cycle way lies multiple Replas Kingfisher Seats looking out into the water. Many residents cycle, jog, and take walks at this platform boardwalk every morning. The materials chosen for the furniture on the deck is the recycled plastic product, Kingfisher. The Coffs Harbour council chose it for [...]

By |2018-06-21T00:43:26+00:00June 21st, 2018|Blogs|Comments Off on Recycled Plastic Kingfisher Seat Has Best View In Coffs Harbour NSW

Incredible Barron Falls Lookout Installs Enduroplank™ Platform

North Queensland is home to many beautiful sceneries, and is home to a lookout that has visitors coming from far and wide. Barron Falls Lookout in Kuranda is now home to a recycled plastic lookout made from Replas Enduroplank™. In such a remote area, it was important for the builders to have easy to use [...]

By |2018-01-16T01:38:28+00:00January 16th, 2018|Blogs|Comments Off on Incredible Barron Falls Lookout Installs Enduroplank™ Platform

Extraordinary Enduroplank™ Lookout at Mount Cook

The Mount Cook Lookout is a hike that has a scenic backdrop of the beautiful Cooktown, Queensland. Rising at 431 m, the rain forest and woodlands is a view brought to hikers by Replas Enduroplank™. The job was designed and installed by the Queensland Rangers, apart of the Cook Shire Council. Hiking a steep 2k, this [...]

By |2017-07-10T04:17:15+00:00June 27th, 2017|Blogs|Comments Off on Extraordinary Enduroplank™ Lookout at Mount Cook

A place to watch the Queensland wildlife

The Toowoomba Bicentennial Water Bird Habitat provides is a quiet place to relax, enjoy nature and stroll along the walkways. The 7.6 ha (19 acre) habitat in suburban Toowoomba is small as wetlands go, yet is a diverse sanctuary that attracts a variety of water birds. Recycled plastic seats and picnic settings recently installed in [...]

By |2016-07-22T13:51:39+00:00March 16th, 2016|Blogs|Comments Off on A place to watch the Queensland wildlife

Enduroplank™ hits the spot

Wi-Fi hotspots are helping Australia to become one of the most digitally connected places on Earth, extending coverage of a typical hand held device to about 10-15 km. The Centre for Appropriate Technology in Alice Springs worked with the traditional owners of Finke Gorge National Park to install a hotspot which is designed not only [...]

By |2015-08-19T00:11:06+00:00August 18th, 2015|Blogs|Comments Off on Enduroplank™ hits the spot

Murchison hooks an environmental solution

The mouth of the Murchison River is a much loved spot for Kalbarri locals to fish. The Shire of Northampton has now provided the perfect spot to cast a line in safety with the addition of a new platform made from recycled plastic and composite fibre. This timber free structure is perfect in this location [...]

By |2015-08-03T06:45:22+00:00July 17th, 2013|Blogs|Comments Off on Murchison hooks an environmental solution

Recycling the outback way

Wayoutback Desert Safaris, in Alice Springs provides unique outback experiences for tourists. When creating two camps at Yulara (Uluru) and at Kings Canyon Station they needed to use materials that were robust and long lasting in the extremes of the outback. After consulting with Replas, the company trialled the use of recycled-plastic profiles and sheeting [...]

By |2015-08-06T00:39:10+00:00June 24th, 2013|Blogs|Comments Off on Recycling the outback way

Recycled plastic—not on the menu!

A group of unusual saltwater clams with very small shells have had Kempsey Shire Council, in NSW scratching for answers. The timber in the wharf at Macleay River was continually being eaten by the mollusc, known locally as Cobra Worm or Shipworm. According to Jeff Hirst from the council this meant, ‘it had to be replaced [...]

By |2015-08-11T05:46:04+00:00February 16th, 2011|Blogs|Comments Off on Recycled plastic—not on the menu!

Weathering the storm

Toowoomba, like many towns, was devastated by the recent floods. Structures were destroyed as vehicles and debris were carried downstream in the huge tsunami-like walls of water. The Toowoomba Bird Habitat stood right in the path of this destruction. Made from Enduroplank™ and composite fibre, the viewing platform was inundated, yet after the flooding abated, [...]

By |2015-08-13T01:06:29+00:00February 16th, 2011|Blogs|Comments Off on Weathering the storm