Rockhampton Regional Council Installs New Viewing Platform From Recycled Plastic Decking

The new fishing and viewing platform installed at Springers Lagoon, part of Rockhampton Regional Council, includes recycled plastic decking Enduroplank™ from Replas. Recycled plastic decking platforms are a great fit for purpose product for the Queensland marine environments as it will not rot, split or crack like alternative materials. Even when submerged in salt water, [...]

Barmaryee Sports Precinct in Queensland Upgrades With Recycled Plastic 100 mm Bollards

In early 2019, Livingstone Shire Council in Queensland completed upgrades to the Barmaryee Sports Precinct. The council have installed over 750 recycled plastic bollards from Replas to deter vehicles and pedestrians in the sports complex. The 100 mm bollards comprises a recycled plastic profile with a pyramid shaped top and is partially hollowed to reduce [...]

Anzac Avenue in Yeppoon Receives Upgrade of Recycled Plastic Brolga Bollards from Replas

Facility upgrades on Anzac Avenue in Yeppoon, Queensland, included replacing old timber bollards with recycled plastic Brolga Bollards from Replas. Livingstone Shire Council are avid users of recycled plastic products including bollards, furniture and more. The termite resistant products make the long lasting, low maintenance aspects stand out from alternative material. Like all Replas products, [...]

Beachcombers Line The Coast in Queensland’s Livingstone Shire Council Coastal Pathway

Along the Capricorn Coast in Queensland, Livingstone Shire Council is continuing to develop the coastal path network. Part of this new development has seen the installation of 10 recycled plastic Beachcomber sets along the pathway for tourists, cyclists and local residents to use and enjoy. Each Beachcomber from Replas is made with a marine design [...]

Brolga Bollards Included in New Upgrade for Sunshine Coast Regional Council

Sunshine Coast Regional Council in south east Queensland have recently installed brown Brolga Bollards around the edge of the car park next to Beerburrum State School. Recycled plastic bollards from Replas are a great fit for purpose where barriers are needed to deter vehicles and pedestrians. The Brolga Bollard is tall and slender with an [...]

Mooloolaba State School Install Kingfisher Seats and Bollards in Their Anzac Memorial Space

"The Mooloolaba State School community were so happy with our "Buddy Bench" that we were lucky enough to receive as a competition winner in 2017, so we decided we would love to support Replas again and purchase some furniture for our Anzac Memorial Space," explains Melanie Taylor of Mooloolaba State School. The new addition to [...]

Replas Brolga Bollards Line St. Andrew’s Lutheran College Grounds in Tallebudgera, Queensland

"At St. Andrew's Lutheran College, we are always looking at ways to reduce our environmental footprint," says Stephen Cooke, Business Manager at St. Andrew's Lutheran College in Tallebudgera, Queensland. The Brolga Bollard installation completed at St. Andrew's Lutheran College has created a safe and durable boundary to deter vehicles, students and College staff. "The installation [...]

Grey Brolga Bollards Line The Foreshore At Decker Park in Brighton, Queensland

Brisbane City Council have recently completed the final stage of bollard upgrade at Decker Park in Brighton. Over 400 grey Brolga Bollards from Replas have been installed around the park and along the foreshore. Recycled plastic bollards are frequently used in Queensland as they are resistant to termites and can withstand the harsh tropical weather. [...]

Recycled Plastic 100 mm Bollards and Drinking Fountain Installed at New Coles in Brisbane

The new Coles Supermarket in Rochedale, South East Queensland, have installed 100 mm recycled plastic bollards from Replas around the perimetre of the site, as well as a 125 mm bollard used for a drinking fountain. The robust 100 mm bollard comprises a recycled plastic profile with a pyramid shaped top, an ideal solution wherever [...]

Princess Alexandra Hospital Replaces Seating With Cost Effective, Long Term Replas Furniture

"The hospital [Princess Alexandra Hospital] has a number of seats made from concrete base, with wooden panels. Outdoor seats at PAH are exposed to extreme weather and used by a high volume of people. Wooden seating requires ongoing care, which can be expensive. It was more cost-effective over the long-term to replace with Replas seating [...]

Golf & Resident Community on the Gold Coast Chose Enduroplank™

Last year, Halcyon Greens was looking for a low maintenance decking product, as an alternative to timber, to use on their development. The over 50's Golf & Residential community in Pimpama on the Gold Coast chose recycled plastic decking Enduroplank™ from Replas. Enduroplank™ is a sturdy, long lasting and virtually maintenance free decking product that [...]

Over Two Thousand Bollards Installed at Mount Coot-tha in Brisbane QLD

Brisbane City Council have recently completed the latest stage of upgrades at Simpson Falls day use area, part of the Mt. Coot-tha Forest. A Brisbane icon, this 15 minute drive west of the CBD forms a backdrop for the city and is the area's largest natural area. Installed in and around the forest are recycled [...]

Sturdy and Stylish; Replas Picket Fence Installed Around Rockville Oval in Queensland

Recycled plastic Picket Fencing from Replas is the new installation at Rockville Oval, part of Toowoomba Regional Council in south east Queensland. The council required a strong, sturdy alternative to the existing PVC fence which had recently been vandalised. After the vandalism and showing signs of wear after only 5 years, Rockville Oval needed a [...]

Toowoomba Regional Council Continue Recycled Plastic Product Installation at Cooby Dam Wall

Toowoomba Regional Council have recently installed several Premier Settings and Kakadu Seats at the Cooby Dam Wall day use area. The recycled plastic furniture from Replas is in addition to the several hundred Brolga Bollards that have been installed over the past two years. Replas Premier Settings offer greater legroom thanks to the clever design [...]

Recycled Plastic Bollards Surround Historic Warwick Railway Station Honorary Park

Southern Downs Regional Council in South East Queensland built a new park outside the Warwick Railway station in honour of Billy Hughes (PM of Australia). Surrounding the park are recycled plastic 100 mm Bollards from Replas. The robust 100 mm bollards have a pyramid shaped top, a routed collar and four holes in the base [...]

Enduroplank™ Boardwalk Overcomes Wetland Environment in Port of Bundaberg, QLD

"The Wallace Creek nature trail provides public access to environmentally significant mangrove wetlands that occupy a large area of the Bundaberg Port," explains Gordon King, Training and Employment Manager at Gidarjil Development Corporation. Gidarjil Development Corporation is an indigenous owned enterprise that provides a reliable, reputable base for a variety of programs and initiatives that [...]

Podium Signage and Beachcomber Surround Gordon Jackson Lookout in SEQ

Several years ago, Moreton Bay Regional Council, in south east Queensland, installed recycled plastic podium signs and Beachcomber seats at the Gordon Jackson Lookout. The Replas products are still in as new condition all these years later, giving locals and visitors information on Gordon Jackson and a spot to rest on the North Pine Heritage [...]

Brolga Bollards Surround New Villa World Development In SEQ

'Augustus' is a new development by Villa World and is situated at Hervey Bay in the Fraser Coast Regional Council in South East Queensland. New Brolga Bollards from Replas have been used around the edge of the Bioretension basin. Named after the official bird emblem of Queensland, the Brolga Bollard is tall and slender with an [...]

Lake Samsonvale In SEQ Install Recycled Plastic Post and Rail Fencing

"Initial contact to get a quote was such an easy process, really accommodating with the changes and additions," explains Adam Mongan, Project Manager of the new canoe launching facility on Lake Samsonvale at Forgan Cove, Cashmere Queensland for SEQ Water. Over 200 metres of recycled plastic post and rail fencing from Replas has been used [...]

Renewal Plan in QLD Features Durable, Long Lasting Brown Bollards

Inverell Shire Council in Queensland is currently working through a 'town centre renewal plan' to enhance the town centre and make it more attractive to visitors. One small addition has been the installation of several 145 mm square brown bollards made from Replas recycled plastic material. These bollards were placed outside an electrical store to [...]

Recreational Park in Sunshine Coast Installs Replas Brolga Bollards

Long time supporter of a Circular Economy, Sunshine Coast Regional Council understands the importance of purchasing recycled plastic products from Replas becoming the true recycler. A recent installation was at Canavan Gracie Recreational Park in the Pelican Waters. Approximately 140 Brolga bollards (some with reflector mods) were installed - a whopping 1,680 kg of plastic [...]

Premier Settings Get The ‘Thumbs Up’ From Fraser Island Locals

Kids give recycling the thumbs up! Fraser Island has Replas recycled plastic settings scattered around Eurong Village that continue to stand stall. Being installed nearly 5 years ago, recycled plastic settings are durable, long lasting, and require little to no maintenance. Both in ground and free standing Premier Settings offers greater legroom thanks to the clever [...]

Cooyar Swinging Bridge Park maintains safe and organised area with black bollards

The “Cooyar Swinging Bridge Park” is located in sunny Cooyar Queensland and is an ideal free camp site for anyone travelling through Toowoomba Regional Council. Burrowed on the bank high above Cooyar Creek, there is a suspension bridge that crosses the Cooyar Creek. Locals say if you are lucky you may see Platypus and Turtles happily [...]

A development fit for bursting into song

The new Yarrabilba development in Logan, South-East Queensland includes an impressive pedestrian and cycling bridge, decked in recycled plastic Enduroplank™. The bridge is 3.6 metres wide and approx 45 metres long and provides a vital link between local areas of the growing community. With its renowned durability and recycled plastic properties that reflect an increasing [...]

Booking a Nice Spot Outside the Library

Newly-constructed raised flower beds outside the Holland Park Library in Brisbane have been capped by 200 x 40mm recycled-plastic planks. The grey recycled plastic looks great in its contrast with the box walls and surrounding environment, and the material’s clean texture invites use as casual seating for people passing by and/or using the library building. [...]