Viewing Platform and Pathway Edging Made With Replas Products At New Wreck Point Lookout

Recycled plastic decking Enduroplank™ has been used on the new viewing platform at Wreck Point Scenic Lookout in Yeppoon, part of Livingstone Shire Council in Queensland. In addition to the Enduroplank™ platform, recycled plastic profiles were used along the pathway edging to separate the gravel pathway from the garden beds. Speaking to 7 News, Central [...]

Rockhampton Regional Council Installs New Viewing Platform From Recycled Plastic Decking

The new fishing and viewing platform installed at Springers Lagoon, part of Rockhampton Regional Council, includes recycled plastic decking Enduroplank™ from Replas. Recycled plastic decking platforms are a great fit for purpose product for the Queensland marine environments as it will not rot, split or crack like alternative materials. Even when submerged in salt water, [...]

Botanic Gardens Viewing Platform Installed With Recycled Plastic Products

The infrastructure team for the Royal Botanic Gardens in Cranbourne VIC have recently installed a viewing platform in their Perched Swamp with recycled plastic Enduroplank™ and bollards from Replas. The Royal Botanic Gardens explains the Perched Swamp as an intriguing pocket of the Cranbourne Gardens bush-land as it holds the secrets of the past 10,000 [...]

Looking out on an East Coast sunset

On Macaulay’s Reserve overlooking Park Beach, NSW, Coffs Harbour City Council recently replaced an old and weathered viewing platform with environmentally sustainable recycled plastic Enduroplank™ decking. The grey boards used here blend perfectly with the natural environment, which locals and tourists come to enjoy in big numbers. Running through the reserve is the Solitary Island [...]

Making Local Connections Across the Ditch

Attending the 2015 New Zealand Recreation Association Conference in Auckland recently, Replas’ Director of Sales and Marketing, Mark Jacobsen met Peter Cleary, ranger at Phillip island Nature Park. Phillip Island is famous for its  Penguin Parade, a visitor attraction to observe the colony of little penguins coming ashore at sunset each evening. Its relevance to [...]

Weathering the storm

A recycled-plastic beach viewing platform and access path at Raspins Beach in Tasmania, was chosen because it would have minimal impact on the landscape and cope with the coastal conditions. Twelve months after installation it has proven to be the perfect choice. ‘The walkway section was tested by a severe beach eroding storm several weeks [...]

Life’s a beach

Nambucca Shire Council wanted to provide easier access to a viewing platform located up a steep slope at Shelly Beach, Northern NSW. Recycled plastic Enduroplank™ was used to create 30 m of board and chain beach access and 40 m of floating deck. Jacqui Ashby, Environmental Resource Officer at the council said they, ‘wanted a [...]