The Four Mile Beach Cliff Walk in Port Douglas, Queensland, is home to beautiful scenery, adventurous tracks, and recycled plastic Post & Rail Fencing. The Replas Post & Rail fence is made from 125 mm bollards and 90 x 65 mm profiles, used as railing. The fencing is used so walkers stay safe with a [...]
Across from the popular 'Tin Shed' social club in Port Douglas, Queensland, is a Beachcomber seat situated on the edge of Packers Creek. The recycled plastic seat has visitors from all around Australia gathering to enjoy the scenery. The Replas Beachcomber seat has been specially designed to be installed wherever a beachside theme is appropriate, [...]
4 Mile Beach in Port Douglas has an array of recycled plastic products from furniture to garden products to bollards. Part of Douglas Shire Council, recycled plastic products will not rot or rust in the salt water environment. Premier Settings offer greater legroom thanks to the clever design of the bench and table supports. Garden [...]
Dickson Inlet in Port Douglas, Queensland, has recycled plastic Beachcombers from Replas overlooking the beautiful Great Barrier Reef with bright blue, fish themed seating for locals and tourists in the area. Replas’ recycled-plastic Beachcomber seats have been specially designed to be installed wherever a beachside theme is appropriate. Whether actually at the beach, on a [...]
Douglas Shire Council in Port Douglas, Queensland, have installed a double rail, recycled plastic post and rail fence. The council is very impressed with the way the fence has turned out and are going to be including recycled plastic fencing more in the future of the municipality. The post and rail fence consists of 125 [...]
Douglas Shire Council in Port Douglas, Queensland, have installed a new plank sign for Bruno Riedweg Park. Plank signs from Replas are perfect to identify your parkland, school, and sporting or recreational ground. The support poles for the planks are sturdy 125 mm square bollards and the planks are 200 x 40 mm (1.8 m) [...]
A steep 2.3 k walk in the hills south of Port Douglas, is a morning tradition for Sue and Iain Ralston. When one morning, at their regular lookout point, Iain mentioned there should be a seat to admire the view, Sue knew she had found the perfect present for his 50th birthday. After speaking to [...]
Recycled-plastic Marion bollards line the streets at Port Douglas in Queensland, providing an elegant and effective barrier.
The Replas display trailer hits the road in Port Douglas, Queensland.
This recycled-plastic Lyrebird setting in Port Douglas Queensland has seen a lot of picnic action and is still sitting pretty in the sun.