Another Year Another ‘Birth Tree’ Installed with Recycled Plastic Trackmarkers

"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 [...]

Recycled Plastic Products Surround Jells Park Reserve in VIC

"Jells Park has many barbecue and picnic areas. Relax under the shade of the Pines, enjoy the lake views at the Elms, or watch the children enjoying the playground at Stringybark or Yabbie Hill. Please remember to take home all your rubbish for sorting and recycling." Avid recyclers, Dandenong Valley Parklands have installed trackmarker and [...]

Beaming for the Brolga

Mount Alexander Shire Council in Central Victoria have recently installed new Brolga Bollard and Trackmarker signs for their trails. With a community that is passionate and knowledgeable about sustainability and the environment, they took action. "Knowing we have reduced our impact on the environment is in line with Mount Alexander Shire Councils goals," explains Capital [...]

One, two…

Two Trackmarker signs help identify a shared area to motorists at the Coonamble Shire Library. The signs are 300 mm wide and are the perfect alternative to timber which can rot in the dry conditions.

Bath time for Replas

Just outside the Brighton Baths restaurant, in Melbourne, sits a Trackmarker sign made from recycled plastic. The unique thing about this sign is that it is made from waste collected throughout the community. This resource was saved from landfill and used to create this long-lasting and robust sign. Timber signs in 450 mm are not [...]

Woodend Cemetery

After 40 years of illegible and faded directional and regulatory signs in place at the Woodend Cemetery, in Victoria, the Trust purchased new signs from Replas in April 2013. A working bee on Sunday 4 July saw the installation of crisp, clean and modern signs through the Cemetery. This will now make it easier for [...]

Which way to class?

Mundubbera State Primary School in Queensland chose Replas Trackmarker Signs to provide directions around the school grounds. Installed by the school’s facility officer the signs have proved a popular addition. Peter Townsend, Principal at the school said they have had, 'a number of visitors to the school comment on them’. Made from recycled plastic, the [...]

Track marks the spot

Kristine Archer, Urban Design and Environment Coordinator at Kingborough Council worked closely with the Replas Tasmania office to design a range of Trackmarker Signs to be placed in local parks. The signage was needed to clearly identify the parks with their municipality, so the length of the names was a consideration to the final design. [...]

Which way?

Deciding which way to go is no longer an issue for pedestrians and cyclists at Middle Park, in Boronia Heights Queensland. Interface Landscapes installed these hard wearing Replas Trackmarker signs and like all Replas signage they will provide a long-lasting and low-maintenance solution for Logan City Council.

It’s a sign!

Parks Victoria asked Replas to produce a range of signage to complement the beautiful natural parklands of Westerfolds Park in Templestowe, Victoria. The Plank Signs and Trackmarker Signs are created within the Parks Victoria style guide and will provide a maintenance free and long lasting solution for more than 40 years.

Trailing Trackmarkers

Replas’ Trackmarker signs have recently been installed along the Mountains Rail Trail, along the length of the Murray River in Victoria. The signs display regulatory and directional information, and can be seen between Wahgunyah and Rutherglen. Indigo Shire Council’s Project Engineer, Dan Wilkinson, selected Replas’ Trackmarker signs for safety reasons. ‘As they are low to [...]