Post & Rail Fencing Used for Safety Barrier at Four Mile Beach Cliff Walk in Port Douglas, QLD

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 [...]

Townsville City Council Install Recycled Plastic Maple Endurodeck To Complete Annandale Bridge

Townsville Council completed Annandale Bridge with Endurodeck, recycled plastic profiles for kick rails, and composite fibre railings. Endurodeck composite boards are a long lasting, low maintenance alternative to traditional materials used for outdoor decking. Endurodeck’s deep wood-grain pattern will never need sanding, staining or painting. Endurodeck is not only scratch and fade resistant, will not [...]

Bankstown Council Installs Replas Fence Barricade at Deep Water Park

Deep Water Park is part of Bankstown Council, located in the South Western part of Sydney CBD. Bankstown Council has installed a fence barricade made from Replas bollards, along both sides of the road to prevent cars from entering the grass area. The fence lines comprises of 100mm x 100mm bollard - with a 50mm [...]

The Brolga barrier

The Brolga Bollard recently took on a new challenge, supporting a car park barrier post. Especially designed in our Replas Queensland manufacturing plant the barriers are tough and long-lasting. The rail, an 8 meter width made of composite fibre, is confidently held by the bollards. This material is extremely lightweight in comparison to other traditional [...]

New boardwalk on Magnetic Island attracts attention

The stunning new 710 metre elevated walkway on Magnetic Island in Far North Queensland was installed by Hutchinsons Builders. It is constructed from a combination of recycled-plastic Enduroplank decking and Replas profiles. Not only is the walkway a unique and robust structure, but the plastic contained in the materials was sourced from waste plastic collected [...]

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