Nunyara Aboriginal Health Services had slated wood benches that were continually being repaired outside of their Health Services office in Whyalla, South Australia. Looking to replace their old, tired timber benches, the team decided to choose Replas, "because of the fact that it is a recycled product and it's sturdy and attractive," explained Jane Baulderstone, [...]
Having been a regular purchaser of Replas recycled plastic products for years, Whitsunday Regional Council have now purchased more than 70 Premier Settings to be distributed throughout their council area. The vibrant blue colour is similar to the ‘Whitsunday Blue’, and the sturdy nature of the material makes this furniture perfect for the harsher conditions [...]
A highlight of the northern Kosciuszko National Park are the Yarrangobilly Caves - jaw dropping caves on a guided tour and a swim in the thermal pool. Just outside of the caves are installations of Replas recycled plastic furniture. National Parks and Wildlife Service in New South Wales understands the importance of low maintenance and [...]
Recently installed at Laurimar Primary School in Doreen are Premier Settings and custom Planter Boxes from trusted Replas Pro Indigenous Design. Premier Settings offer greater legroom from an upgraded design for the benches and table supports. The use of a galvanised steel frames means only two posts are required to support the benches and table, [...]
Some years ago, Kardinia International College needed to refurbish their playground area with some furniture. With a bit more research and a set budget, Replas became the perfect fit for their sustainable message. “Replas provided a sustainable solution without sacrificing aesthetics and the look we required for our school,” explained Kardinia teacher Leesa. “Kids use [...]
Replacing old timber products and advocating for reducing the single-use plastic bags, Quirindi Preschool Kindergarten have recently installed a Junior Setting for their students. Alison Thompson, teacher at Quirindi, explained they are continuing their journey with early childhood education of sustainability, always looking for ways to reduce, reuse, and recycle. The benefits of having a [...]
Replas recycled plastic premier settings and benches are the perfect fit for harsh environments. The rain and sun do not affect the durability and low maintenance aspects of the recycled plastic products, as seen at the Mouth Peel Lookout in Toowoomba Queensland. Sijia Tang, Landscape Architect for Parks and Recreation Services for Toowoomba Regional Council [...]
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 [...]
Defries Industries is a medical company that uses sterile wrap for their custom procedure packs. This wrap is then recycled through Replas and made into furniture for hospitals. “We were pleased to purchase this seating as it supports our commitment to recycling and sustainability,” explained Caroline de Fries, DI Marketing Manager. “The product is sustainable [...]
Hornsby Council, North of Sydney CBD, have installed picnic settings at the Bushlands Operations Department for the volunteers that help the council in various projects. Staff at the department also enjoy the idea of sitting on recycled plastic furniture diverted from landfill. Instead of seeing soft plastics scattered through the bushland, they can do sit [...]
Kempsey is on the Mid North Coast of NSW, the region is blessed with gorgeous, uncrowded beaches and spectacular wilderness such as Hat Head National Park. A legend of Australian country music, Slim Dusty, is honoured in Kempsey, less than five hours’ drive north of Sydney. Riverside Park is situated on the banks of the [...]
Cureton Avenue in Mildura is home to Apex Park Sand Bar, pleasant bush lands filled with flora and fauna along to relaxing atmosphere. Along this Sand Bar you will find Replas recycled plastic picnic settings, Premier Settings, both in ground and free standing. Along the Chaffey Bend the durable, long lasting Premier Settings are stabled [...]
"Albert Park enjoys riverside access and is located in Casino," explains Richmond Valley Council. This park features a rugby union clubhouse, elevated hills to sit and view the games, also extending to many other football fields. An area that is packed with sporting facilities and community members every week, Richmond Valley Council needed products that [...]
In a small, community based suburb in the riverside of Blakehurst in Sydney South lies Bald Face Public School. As a learning community, incorporating students, parents, and staff, the school provides varied and quality educational programs. This caters for the needs for all students at Bald Face. With a strong mission to help the students [...]
Recycled-plastic is the new trend for Parkes Shire Council in Sydney’s south-west. Surrounding this beautiful central lake at Cheney Park is an abundance of recycled-plastic! What view is complete without a great place to view it from? There are plenty of benches and picnic settings for visitors to sit on, with a range of colour options [...]
The CFA Training College in Bangholme, Vic often holds training sessions for 40-60 fire fighters and the two existing timber picnic tables just weren’t sufficient for groups of this size. The annual maintenance was also something these busy volunteers just didn’t have the time for. Now the outdoor area features five recycled-plastic picnic settings and [...]
The Patterson River Precinct just can't get enough of Replas! Parks Victoria have recently purchased 3 table settings which perfectly compliment their snapper designed seats and boardwalk along the river. The area truly showcases the versatility and customisation available through Replas, and the trust in the durability of various products.
Strathbogie Shire Council, Victoria, understand the costs involved in continuous maintenance of assets in their public spaces. By choosing products that require minimal maintenance, taxpayer budgets can be directed at further extending and improving their public spaces rather than simply maintaining existing assets. Bollards, seats, picnic settings, and tree guards are just a few of [...]
Within the leafy suburb of Ashburton, Solway Primary School stands proudly as one of the most sustainable schools in Victoria. As one of only 16 schools in the state to achieve a 5 Star Accreditation, as part of the ResourceSmart Australia Sustainable Schools Initiative (AUSSI Vic), it was only natural that they approached Replas when [...]
Much of Wacol, in Brisbane Queensland, was flooded in January 2011. Wolston Park, in the south, was completely under water, yet the Replas recycled-plastic settings in the park survived unscathed. The settings have also outlasted the original shelter built to house them and look set to provide many more years of hardy service.
This recycled-plastic Lyrebird setting in Port Douglas Queensland has seen a lot of picnic action and is still sitting pretty in the sun.
Members at the Bright Bowls Club are thrilled with their new Daintree seating, reports Secretary Elaine O’Shea. As the Daintree can be custom-made to almost any length, the club was able to their replace four seats with just one, creating a comfortable and social seating solution.
Nillumbik Shire Council in Victoria recently decided to replace their tired wooden picnic settings at Eltham North Adventure Play Park. The council installed ten Replas picnic settings, which Leisure Projects Officer Seamus Cale describes as ‘simply fantastic!’. One special feature of the Adventure Play Park is a large enclosed ‘fort’ indoor playground, which, two years [...]