Mulambin Waters Estate in Livingstone Shire Council Install Multiple Kookaburra Benches for Residents

Livingstone Shire Council in South East Queensland have installed 5 Kookaburra Benches from Replas around the Mulambin Waster Estate. These recycled plastic benches will provide a resting place for the residents when walking around the area. Kookaburra Benches from Replas are elegant and designed for maximum comfort. Available in two widths with a choice of [...]

Recycled Plastic Bollard Fence Surrounds Nielson Beach in Bundaberg, Queensland

In South East Queensland, Bundaberg Regional Council has recently installed a bollard fence using Replas recycled plastic bollards along the sand dunes at Nielson Beach, in Bargara. 125 mm bollards from Replas are robust and comprises a recycled plastic profile with a pyramid-shaped top. Replas bollards are the ideal solution wherever rigid barriers are required [...]

Brolga Bollards Installed in Brisbane City Council Boondall Wetlands Environmental Centre Upgrade

Brisbane City Council have recently upgraded the Boondall Wetlands Environmental Centre in South East Queensland with recycled plastic Brolga Bollards from Replas. As part of the upgrade, Brolga Bollards were used around the car park and entry road. Named after the official bird emblem of Queensland, the Brolga Bollard is tall and slender with an [...]

Moreton Bay Regional Council Continue Their Bollard Upgrade at Halpine Lake Reserve in Mango Hill

Moreton Bay Regional Council continue to use the recycled plastic brown Brolga Bollard from Replas as a product of choice when replacing old timber fences across the region. One of the most recent upgrades was at Halpine Lake Reserve in Mango Hill. Named after the official bird emblem of Queensland, the Brolga Bollard is tall [...]

Moggill Sports Complex Pops With Assorted Profile Colours Design in Brisbane City Council

Brisbane City Council chose recycled plastic profiles from Replas for the screening material on the new amenities buildings and sun shades at Moggill Sports Complex. Profiles from Replas come in a huge range of colours, widths and lengths. They are suitable for a range of uses, like this new screening at Moggill Sports Complex. Like [...]

Replas Pro Origin Fencing Install 125 mm Bollards Around Crosby Park For Brisbane City Council

Brisbane City Council installed 60 green 125 mm recycled plastic bollards from Replas along one side of Crosby Park in Albion, an inner north-eastern suburb of Brisbane. Installed by Replas Pro, Origin Fencing, Crosby Park is home to many sporting facilities and grounds for the whole community to enjoy. 125 mm bollards from Replas comprise [...]

Tree Guards Used at Off Leash Dog Park in Western Downs Regional Council in SEQ

Western Downs Regional Council in South East Queensland planted Tree Guards from Replas around their off leash dog park in Dalby. To ensure that the trees are given the best chance of survival, the recycled plastic Tree Guards have been installed around each of the trees. Connecting panels of Replas 100 mm bollards and profiles, [...]

Moreton Bay Regional Council Continue Bollard Installation at Highland Estate Park in SEQ

In the last few years, Moreton Bay Regional Council have been replacing old timber bollards with recycled plastic bollards across many parks in the region. One of the upgrades in late 2018 was at Highlands Estate Park, Narangba where they have used brown Brolga Bollards to replace the old log fence. Brolga Bollards, named after [...]

Brown Brolga Bollards Installed Around Moreton Bay Regional Council is SE Queensland

Moreton Bay Regional Council in South East Queensland continue to replace timber bollards with recycled plastic Brolga bollards from Replas. Since mid 2018, brown Brolga bollards have been installed across many sites throughout the suburb of Burpengary on Hinchinbrook Court, William Hauton Road. Brolga bollards are tall and slender with an aesthetically pleasing profile that [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

Laidley Sports Complex Continues To Install Recycled Plastic Bollards

Lockyer Valley Regional Council in South East Queensland have recently completed the latest stage of fencing upgrades at Laidley Sports Complex. The multi-purpose facility have installed 125 mm recycled plastic bollards from Replas. The robust 125 mm bollard has a pyramid-shaped top, an ideal solution wherever rigid barriers are required to define boundaries or deter [...]

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 [...]

Signs for tomorrow at Queensland’s Currumbin Ecovillage

Replas products sit perfectly with the forward-looking practices and philosophies of The Ecovillage at Currumbin south-east Queensland. Recycled plastic also appeals in the sustainable community for its low-maintenance and long-life benefits. So when it came to installing new signage, being totally satisfied with the Enduroplank™ swale bridge previously installed, management chose our Plank Signs for [...]

Queensland water business chooses Brolga Bollards

Lake Macdonald is a part of South East Queensland’s drinking water supply, located in the Noosa Hinterland near Cooroy on the Sunshine Coast. Situated in picturesque countryside it is also a great recreation destination, with permitted activities including horse riding, boating and canoeing. Seqwater recently installed recycled plastic Brolga Bollards at one of the boat [...]

Sustainable Parks

Bernie Brae Park is located at Chermside Brisbane and showcases the low maintenance Replas products that have been purchased by Brisbane City Council. Already boasting the Replas 125mm green bollards and Replas furniture, the latest addition are the Replas Dog Agility products for all their furry friends. All the products are termite proof, long lasting, cost effective and yet still [...]

A sign for the future

What better way to compliment and identify Replas' new operation in South East Queensland than a new sign? The recently installed triple plank sign and Brolga Bollards are incredibly long-lasting and low maintenance, showcasing the customisation opportunities available for Replas' signs. The sign was installed by Diamond Club member Uri in just a short few [...]