Big benches, Premier Settings and Kimberley Seat are installed at Richmond Park in Tumut, New South Wales in Snowy Valleys Council. The recycled plastic products from Replas have been in place for many years looking just like new. Big benches are popular in social, public areas, available in two generous sizes and the option to [...]
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 [...]
After deciding that their old and degraded wooden picnic tables needed replacing, Wallsend Public School saw the perfect chance to practice what they preach and install 6 new recycled plastic settings. They found purchasing Replas products a good opportunity to discuss with students about recycling and products that can be made from recycled material. “We [...]
"Cardwell Spa Pool is a naturally-fed, seasonal creek that shot to stardom on social media in 2016. Ever since, people have been adding it to their holiday itinerary but there are a few things you might not know about this idyllic swimming spot." One of the rangers in Northern Queensland, Cindy, installed Replas furniture at [...]
Installed years ago in Maroondah City Council are older settings, early versions of our Modular Bench, Wheelchair Access Settings, seats, and a bubbler tap bollard at Croydon Soccer Club. The long lasting quality of Replas recycled plastic products will out last the timber and steel competitors - with not rotting, splitting, or cracking. With easy [...]
Harry Boys Playground in South Kempsey, NSW, has had a few new installations to provide new facilities fir residents and visitors. This includes a new BBQ and Replas recycled plastic products. The seating and picnic settings have been manufactured out of the soft plastic collected from the RedGroup bins at Coles and Woolworths all across [...]
The main beach in Evans Head, Casino NSW has recycled plastic products everywhere! “We have so much recycled plastic furniture in Evans Head because it can withstand the coastal climate,” said Shannon Wheeler, Junior Engineering Assistant for Richmond Valley Council. “The products don’t age or wither, we have seats, table settings, bike stands, Enduroplank™ viewing [...]
Bangerang Park in Corowa, New South Wales, is a hive of activity with many sporting facilities and the main attraction is the Apex Miniature Steam Train. The Apex Miniature Steam Train runs around Bangerang Park Corowa on the first Sunday of the month, weather permitting. Replas recycled plastic seats, benches and picnic settings along with [...]
Down in Launceston Tasmania, the Church Grammar Primary School is not shy to a Replas product! Surrounding both the primary and secondary school includes multitudes of Replas products. These products include settings, seats, benches, and grand stand seating made from profiles. Have their schools surrounded by Replas products means the future of the school will [...]
Coolum State High School has installed twenty Replas benches and five Replas settings. This offers students comfortable areas to spend their lunch breaks and a chance to learn in an outdoor environment during lessons. Principal, Chris Dench, said it's a step in the right direction. ‘It's amazing what can be created from our recyclables and [...]
Central Coast Council recently installed three Replas Premier Picnic Settings outside its building in Wyong, NSW. The recycled plastic furniture has been well placed under large trees that give welcome shade to passersby, visitors to the building and council people on their breaks. From the range of Replas colours available, staff selected brown recycled plastic, [...]
When it comes to recycling, Flinders Christian Community College in Carrum Downs has it in the bag. Eighteen months into a soft plastic collection program, the College has gathered over 500 kg of plastic which it has returned to Replas for recycling. Purchasing recycled products is the key to making recycling viable and the school [...]
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 City of Joondalup has taken one step further in their recycling effort. Not only is the council a part of the Adopt-a-Spot litter program but they've also recently purchased some grey Premier Slimline Setting for their Iluka Foreshore Park. The seating received rave reviews from residents and as a result, the park now has [...]
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 [...]
Cheltenham Astron Plastics has recently purchased durable recycled-plastic furniture for their court yard and staff area. Manager Michael Viney wanted to show staff and the public that there is a fantastic use for the recycling of plastic in Australia. Replas' products provide companies with an out of the box, maintenance free solution and a chance [...]
The balcony of the Williamstown Sailing Club offers wonderful views of the Melbourne City skyline and is a popular spot for members to relax after a hard days sailing. It is also highly exposed to the elements, so when choosing table settings the club needed a solution that was robust and practical. Club Commodore, Lois [...]
Essex Heights Primary School, in Mount Waverley, Victoria, strives to embed a strong respect for the environment and its resources into their students. Replas installed a range of seats and table settings several years ago, which were donated by various parents and friends of the school. The intention was to provide a long-lasting legacy and [...]
Students in their final year at Westbourne College, in Truganina, Victoria have the opportunity to be part of the school’s Enviro Team. The current team decided to create a lasting legacy by developing a sustainable, low-maintenance native garden. Recycled-plastic furniture from Replas was chosen and students continued their hands-on approach by installing the furniture themselves [...]
Marnebek School, in Cranbourne Victoria, punches far above its weight in terms of sustainability. The school originally purchased two Premier Settings to create a delightful student courtyard area. Since then, they have also purchased extra recycled-plastic slats to retrofit onto existing metal table and seat frames. The old timber slats on both these settings, and [...]
Southern Grampians Shire is a long-term supporter of Replas and recycled-plastic products. On the shore of Lake Hamilton they recently installed some Premier Slimline settings and Kingfisher seats. Nearby, the council has also replaced their weather-beaten, algae-festooned timber bollards with the more durable recycled-plastic option.
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 [...]
The Replas WA trailer recently visited the City of Albany. The Shire have recently installed a Post and Rail fence and also some bollards all made from recycled plastic. They are reportedly rapt with both installations and are planning on designing their very own Beachcomber Seat as well as installing picnic settings throughout the shire.
In the small Victorian community of Wood Wood, several generations of Replas products can be found along the banks of the magnificent Murray River. Included are a number of Replas original Hume picnic settings which are still in very good condition even after being in place for over 15 years. Due to the performance and [...]
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.
Peter Patterson, National Sales Manager with Replas recently inspected settings at Suttons Beach in Brisbane, QLD. The settings are perfect in full sun as they are UV resistant and low maintenance. They come in a variety of designs including a wheelchair access option allowing you to tailor a setting to suit your needs.
The Replas stand was a popular spot at the 2013 WALGA conference. Not only for the delicious coffee, but also because recycled-plastic products offer an innovative and long-lasting solution for local government.
On King Island in Tasmania, these Kookaburra Settings have been installed since 2009. The picnic settings provide the perfect place to relax in this playground and the council are happy that they need virtually no maintenance.
Approximately eight years ago 10 Replas settings were installed at Yarrawonga Holiday Park in Victoria. The settings are located outside the deluxe and waterfront cabins and according to Allan Porter, Business Manager at the park, ‘they are holding up to our weather magnificently’.
A combination of green, grey, and blue Replas profiles were used to create complementary settings, seats and fencing at Pioneer Park, Labrador, in Queensland. The colour combination adds a vibrant touch to this Gold Coast park and will offer a low-maintenance and long-lasting solution.
The City of Busselton in Western Australia has chosen to use Replas recycled-plastic benches and settings to complete the new playing fields at Dunsborough. The furniture is a bright and sturdy addition to the site of the new oval and will provide some tough opposition to all weather conditions.
Launceston Church Grammar in Tasmania recently upgraded seating through their grounds. Faulkner Building installed a selection of Kookaburra and Premier benches and settings. They also used recycled-plastic profiles to replace old timber tiered-grandstand seating.
The District Council of Mount Remarkable in South Australia has given Melrose Memorial Park a makeover with the addition of a range of new Replas seats and settings to replace the previous old tired furniture.
This recycled-plastic Lyrebird setting in Port Douglas Queensland has seen a lot of picnic action and is still sitting pretty in the sun.
Taking a road trip through the North Coast of NSW these holidays? Make a pit stop at the Evans Head bakery and you’ll not only find a great place to refuel, but also meet some true survivors. A recent storm in the area lifted roofs off nearby properties, but four Kookaburra picnic settings outside the [...]
Carrum Downs Secondary School is at the forefront of sustainability with their creative use of recycled furniture created from the plastic waste collected by their own community. Teacher, Katie Johnson said students find the different environment allows them more freedom to be creative and, ‘they can be more focused on their learning,’ adding it also, [...]
Replas has been around for a long time, but so too have our products. According to Karen Loughborough, Asset Risk Supervisor at West Tamar Council in Tasmania, settings purchased over seven years ago, ‘look as good as they did when first installed. Apart from a slight modification to allow the use of umbrellas they are [...]
Replas is proud to be the standard choice for picnic settings for the City of Norwood Payneham and St Peters, in South Australia. As old settings become tired and need changing, the council are choosing to 'Replace it with Replas'. The latest installation was at Crookshank Reserve, Maylands.
The new Science Learning Centre at Xavier College, SA, was designed using sustainable building principles and incorporating energy efficient materials. The addition of three recycled-plastic Premier settings to the external veranda has created a beautiful outdoor learning area. David Costin, Property Services Manager, says, ‘This area overlooks our horticulture area and provides a pleasant environment [...]
Nelly Bay is Magnetic Island’s main residential bay and passenger arrival point from the mainland. During cyclone Yasi this picturesque bay suffered extensive damage, yet existing Replas settings weathered the storm well. As a result, the decision was made to install even more settings. Leanne McCaffrey, Contracts Adminstrator, JMAC Constructions, said the main reason they [...]
Paralowie School in Adelaide is a combined primary and secondary school, with more than 1200 students. The school recently spent its government grant on Replas seats and table settings for the primary section of the school. The Parents and Friends of the School Committee is so pleased with the products, they are going to purchase [...]
Cairns City Council, Queensland. The council has recently refurbished their viewing platforms and boardwalks at Devils Hole, Boulders. After Cyclone Larry left a trail of destruction through north Queensland last year, councils and the Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service used long lasting Enduroplank™ to replace the destroyed timber. Southern Grampians Shire Council, Victoria. The Shire [...]
Products made from 100% recycled plastic can be seen on the newly made “Spider Trailer“. This unique mobile display invites interested parties to walk along a path whilst passing many recycled products including seats, benches, picnic settings, signage, wheel stops, speed humps and drinking fountains amongst many other items. Along the way, don’t forget to [...]