The Bunnings in Narrabeen, New South Wales, have installed new recycled plastic Wheel stops at their facility to stop bars driving into the brick wall in the car park. Replas recycled plastic wheel stops are a tough, light-weight alternative to concrete stops. They can be used in car parks to prevent damage to walls and [...]
Cato Park in Stawell, Victoria, now features recycled plastic 100 mm bollard fencing and wheel stops. Project completed by Northern Grampians Shire Council, the 100 mm bollards with galvanised railing is being used to create a car barrier, while wheel stops are used throughout the car park. Bollards can be routed prior to delivery to [...]
Yellow Wheelstops from Replas surround the car park in Burwood Brickworks Shopping Centre in Victoria, installed by Frasers Property Group. The recycled plastic traffic control Wheelstops are a great alternative to concrete; they are tough and light weight. Used in car parks to prevent damage to walls, garden beds, pathways and other vehicles, these Wheelstops [...]
Lavalla Catholic College in the Gippsland Region of Victoria, Traralgon, have installed a variety of recycled plastic furniture and Wheelstops around their grounds. Kakadu Seats, Premier Settings and varies coloured Wheelstops gives Lavalla CC durable, low maintenance products to outlast outdoor weather conditions. The Kakadu Seat is a straight-back seat with graceful sculptured supports for [...]
"The fact that the wheel stops are made from recycled plastic makes it a great choice for council," said Bega Valley Shire Council in New South Wales. Wheel stops from Replas are a tough, light weight alternative to concrete stops. Recycled plastic wheel stops can be used in car parks to prevent damage to walls, [...]
"The Boroondara Tennis Centre is one of Melbourne's premier public access tennis facilities owned by Booroondara City Council." With such a high prestige for tennis in Melbourne, it is quite the installation for recycled plastic wheel stops from Replas. As one of the largest tennis venues in Victoria, Booroondara City Council have created a Circular [...]
"The bollards and wheel stops were installed out at Serpentine Gorge, 100km west of Alice Springs on Namatjira Drive. The works was for the Parks and Wildlife Commission NT," explains Clint Thompson at Diggamen Civil in the Northern Territory. "They were upgrading an existing car park that had permapine (timber) posts, that had started to [...]
The $8 million Walker Rd Sporting and Recreation Precinct is a large development in Edmonton, Qld. that provides a hub for formal sport in the southern corridor of Cairns. The facilities will eventually cater for a total of nine competitive field sports, from cricket to vigoro, athletics to oztag. There is also a considerable recreational [...]
Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre is one of the most impressive sports and recreation arenas in the Southern Hemisphere. MSAC is recognised for its state-of-the-art aquatic facilities, such as the world’s first 50 m swimming pool with a moveable floor. So it is no coincidence that Replas recycled plastic bollards have for many years been [...]
Taronga Zoo is one of Sydney’s best loved attractions, a popular destination for tourists and residents alike. Parking is always at a premium in the area of the zoo on the northern shores of Sydney Harbour, so traffic control is important. Helping drivers park in an orderly fashion at designated car parks are rows of [...]
Along the Old South Head Road in Vaucluse, an eastern suburb of Sydney, the Woollahra Council has installed rows of green and black 125 mm bollards where needed for pedestrian safety and traffic control. The black bollards, which by their presence tell shoppers not to park on the grass, include the council’s logo on plaques [...]
Goulburn, NSW is two hours’ drive south of Sydney on the road to Canberra, and famous for its Big Merino. The “Fine Wool Capital of the World” is also now home to a quantity of our recycled plastic 125 mm x 125 mm black bollards. The Goulburn Mulwaree Council has used them in Victoria Park [...]
Replas speed humps are an easy-to-install and very visible means of controlling traffic in parks and public driveways. Maitland City Council recently installed a series of yellow speed humps in the thoroughfares at Maitland Park, after speeding vehicles became an issue. Effective in reducing speeds in such areas, these speed humps are made from durable [...]
The Big Rock is a famous petrol station, owned by Outdoor Education, a charity organisation which runs Bushcamps for Australian Youth. The Rock houses ‘The Pieman’, an award winning 24 hour pie shop and service station which brings many eager tourists to its doors. Originally built by the Leyland Brothers, Replas has joined the famous [...]
Liverpool City Council have trusted in Replas once more, providing their staff with new seating and wheel stops after the successful purchase of bollards. The council depot is low maintenance and designed to last, thanks to the installation of Replas products. Recycled-plastic wheel stops and seats are a positive alternative to timber and available in [...]
Located in the heart of Brisbane, Replas’ wheel stops not only assist in safe parking but also protect gardens, property, and local wildlife. They are a tough and light-weight alternative to concrete stops, and can be routed with text to make them exclusive to your company or organisation. Replas’ wheel stops come in a variety [...]
Replas' wheel stops have done it again. They've provided Marist Regional College in Burnie with an easily installed, cheaper alternative to concrete stops. This particular stop features a customised disabled sign proving its versatility for any chosen car park.
Replas wheel stops are a tough, yet light-weight alternative to concrete stops. At Spinnaker Park in Gladstone, Queensland, several have been installed for many years. Even this coastal location hasn’t taken its toll and the recycled plastic looks as good as the day it was installed.
After three years of fundraising and obtaining grants, Murray Shire Council and skate park committee, VIC, were delighted to finally open their new skate park, complete with a sturdy new recycled-plastic sign that can handle some potentially ‘rough’ treatment. Bec Hayward, Murray Shire economic development officer, said, ‘We needed a sturdy, long-lasting sign that was [...]
When the Replas display trailer pulled into Boorowa, in NSW, council staff didn't let bad weather stop them from coming out to view the range of recycled-plastic products. The trailer is piled high with decking, furniture, bollards, signage and traffic control items all made from plastic waste that would otherwise have gone to landfill. If [...]
Classic Residences, luxury retirement living in Brighton, Victoria, had an ongoing issue with vehicles parking over the kerb and restricting walking and wheelchair access along the footpath. The solution? Simple. Replas recycled-plastic Wheel Stops restrict the distance vehicles can go into the kerb. Their vibrant colours make them highly visible and they do not damage [...]
Trevor Mackenzie, Director of The Post Men, and his family, enjoyed exploring the Replas trailer in NSW. Trevor deals with many clients such as councils and government departments and is looking forward to sharing the range of Replas products with them. He has already installed Replas Wheel Stops at Newcastle Airport and has many more [...]
An apartment block in Randwick NSW, had a complete renovation transforming it from a tired old red brick building into a sleek modern design. To complete the look, recycled-plastic Tree Guards were chosen to protect the trees while Wheel Stops from Replas were used to protect the wall of a parking bay.
Replas yellow speed humps proudly guard the entrance to the Alice Springs Hospital car park. Recycled-plastic speed humps are light enough to be installed by one person without the use of lifting equipment, yet provide a tough long-lasting solution.
The Motor Registration Office in Darwin chose Replas yellow wheel stops to provide a tough, light-weight alternative to concrete stops. They also opted for Replas 150 round bollards in green to define the boundary at their new facilities. These products not only help reduce the amount of plastic going to landfill, but they also provide [...]
Our tough, recycled-plastic wheel stops are an ideal alternative to concrete stops. Light enough to be installed by one person, without the use of expensive lifting equipment, they can be used in car parks to prevent damage to walls, pathways and other vehicles. Now all of our wheel stops can be routed with text, for reserved [...]
These Replas wheel stops add a finished look to the car park at Sydney’s Lofberg Netball Courts, and effectively protect the fence from cars. Recycled plastic wheel stops are an economical choice when it comes to traffic controls, as their lightweight construction ensures they can be installed by one person, without the use of lifting [...]
Victoria’s Boroondara Council recently installed Replas’ recycled-plastic wheel stops in a busy Ashburton car park. The wheel stops comply with the Australian Standard, and their sturdy but lightweight construction ensures they are simple and safe to install. Boroondara’s Coordinator of Road Related Asset Maintenance, William McGivern, is very pleased with the product and the council [...]