"We love it and as this is for the children to enjoy for years to come, I think it is important for them to see how recycled items are used and made to last," said Carmen Griffiths of Rotary Peninsula 2.0, of the new 200 mm Trackmarker signs at Montague Park in Frankston, Victoria. When [...]
After multiple installations, Signline Professionals have been a trusted installer of Replas products within the East Gippsland area have recently been added on as a Replas Pro due to the high level of pride placed on installing Replas sustainable products and the environmental values that align with both companies. Many project have been completed for [...]
Alma Bay Magnetic Island in Queensland is known for it's small but beautiful 150 m beach. Facing east, with two prominent granite headlands running out for 300 m on either side of the beach. This spot now has 8 new recycled plastic Track Marker signs, assisting the public with signage for rest rooms, fishing regulations, [...]
Orange is situated in the central west region of New South Wales 254 km from Sydney. It is the birthplace of the famous poet Banjo Paterson as well as the first Australian Touring Car Championship. In the winter months snowfall is a regular occurrence but the Replas benches and signage that surround the main oval [...]
Moreton Bay Regional Council, in Queensland, has unveiled 23 recycled-plastic Trackmarker signs along ANZAC Avenue, which highlight a number of key conflicts fought by ANZAC troops during the First World War. The long-lasting signs were installed by Replas Diamond Club member T & H Levai and will ensure the sacrifices made by service men and women will be remembered for [...]
When you are climbing the stairway to heaven, you may pass a Replas sign guiding you in the right direction. Once you have passed through the gates, another Replas track marker sign may be there outlining the Cemetery Commandments – no glass, no riding bicycles, dogs on leash and no doggy doo! Woodend Cemetery recently [...]
Replas bollards and Track Marker signage were installed approximately seven years ago in Muswellbrook, NSW, along one of the main roads separating the road from the cycleway. They are a testament to the long-lasting qualities of recycled plastic and can be expected to last for many more years to come.