Replas Makes Presentation And Meets City of Canning Councillor During PLA 2019 Conference

Replas Sales and Marketing Director, Mark Jacobsen, made a presentation at the 2019 Parks and Leisure Australia Conference of Replas case studies around innovative, Circular Economy installations and work around parks in Australia. Mark and Scott Herbert, Western Australia Replas Distributor, also met up with Councillor of City of Canning, Sara Saberi, and Parks Conservation [...]

Replas Attends The 2019 Parks and Leisure Australia Conference in Perth, Western Australia

Between October 27 and 30th, Replas will be attending the 2019 Parks and Leisure Australia Conference in Perth, Western Australia. Parks and Leisure Australia, PLA2019, 'will focus on the importance of linking parks, open spaces and facilities to our health, well-being and sporting performance and talk about the fundamental need for good policy, planning and [...]

City of Cockburn’s Sustainable Procurement Leads To Recycled Plastic Dog Agility Park

City of Cockburn in Western Australia have recently installed recycled plastic dog agility equipment at the new dog park on Briggs Street in South Lake. "This is a lovely facility for residents to safely exercise their dogs off the lead in one of two fully fenced exercise areas. The exercise areas are grassed with doggy [...]

Denmark Walpole Football Club Parents Install Memorial Beachcomber Seat

The Shire of Denmark, in the southern region on Western Australia, is home to many recycled plastic products from Replas. One seat however, stands out from the rest at Denmark Walpole Football Club. The Bondini and Napier families wanted to honour their late son's by creating and installing a custom magpie seat at the footy [...]

Optus Stadium In WA Installs Over 300 Recycled Plastic Bollards

Optus Stadium in Perth, Western Australia has said 'Yes' to Replas recycled plastic bollards. Over 300 black 145 mm black bollards surround the newest multi sport venue in Australia. The robust 145 mm bollard has a pyramid shaped top design, an ideal solution wherever rigid barriers are required to define boundaries or deter vehicles and [...]

Looking back

In 2016 Replas celebrates 25 years of producing recycled plastic products. Each month we look back at some of our oldest installations and see how they’ve stood the test of time. In 1999 a recycled plastic walkway was installed in Ngilgi Caves in WA. As the cave has a constant humidity level all year round [...]

WALGA Conference

Replas recently exhibited at the Western Australia Local Government Association's (WALGA) Annual Conference. A great time was had by all catching up with old friends and making some new ones too. Congratulations must go to Paul Sheedy, Shire of Capel's CEO and Elsia Archer, President of the Shire of Derby/West Kimberley for taking home the prizes.

On the right trail

Recycled-plastic directional signage is proving a hit on the Whadjuk Trail in the western suburbs of Perth. Sally Wallace, WESROC Project Officer at the City of Nedlands tells the story: ‘Replas bollards were selected as they filled our criteria of creating minimal visual clutter whilst remaining functional and assuring longevity. It is encouraging to receive [...]

Curve your boardwalk

At Sandy Cape Recreation Park in Western Australia a boardwalk was built to hug the undulating coastal sand dunes. Constructed in 2010 from recycled plastic Enduroplank™ decking the boardwalk offers spectacular 360 degree views of the area. ‘Having the boardwalk there helps to make Sandy Cape a multi-purpose attraction suitable for a whole range of [...]

Fence me in

An upgrade to a degraded ditch drain in the City of Albany, WA, has included an elegant Post and Rail fence from Replas, reshaping the area into a 'Living Stream' constructed wetland. The recycled plastic fence was chosen by the council because of the lifespan benefits it offers and it has been positively received by [...]

Game, seat and match

There are three things that don’t belong on a tennis court anymore: skin-tight shorts, fluorescent headbands and wooden tennis racquets. Not since the 1980s has a grand slam been won with a wooden racquet and outdoor furniture is going the same way. At the Scarborough Tennis Club, wooden seats have been replaced, much like tennis [...]

All bound for Albany

The Replas WA trailer recently visited the City of Albany. The Shire have recently installed a Post and Rail fence and also some bollards all made from recycled plastic. They are reportedly rapt with both installations and are planning on designing their very own Beachcomber Seat as well as installing picnic settings throughout the shire.

Sign of the times

The City of South Perth have embraced recycled plastic and chosen Replas Plank Signs as a long-lasting and sustainable alternative to timber. A plaque on the sign commemorates the McDougall Dairy Farm and Farm House, the land of which was developed into the Neil McDougall Park.

Child’s play

North Mandurah Primary School in WA purchased a combination of black and grey recycled-plastic garden panels to surround their play equipment. Nathan Hughes, Deputy Principal at the school said they chose Replas because there were, ‘No other sensible options’. According to Nathan, as well as retaining the sand effectively, the panels provide, ‘a softer and more long lasting [...]

The last adventure

This picturesque view at Kalbarri was one that Robert Curic of Reefwalker Adventure Tours viewed every morning. He would scan the Indian Ocean so that he could take his customers whale watching to the best spots. Now there is a lasting reminder of Robert at this scenic spot and a plaque in the recycled-plastic Beachcomber [...]

Island living

Cocos Islands is a territory of Australia, located in the Indian Ocean, southwest of Christmas Island. In the early months of the year cyclones can occur. In these harsh conditions the timber on a local jetty wasn’t lasting. Replacing the timber with recycled-plastic Enduroplank™ has produced a stunning result that will withstand the exposed environment [...]

Playground pair

Eight years ago the Shire of Northampton, in Western Australia, installed a Premier Setting and Kakadu Seat. at the playground on the beach at Horrocks. Today, they still add a splash of colour to this coastal location and look as good as the day they were installed.

Recycling is king at Rottnest Island

On Rottnest Island all waste is collected and transported back to the mainland. According to the Rottnest Island Authority this is the most environmentally and economically sustainable option for waste generated on the island and ensures the pristine environment is conserved. Almost 10 years ago environmentally-friendly bins surrounds were installed. The surrounds are made from [...]

High on the hill

Perched high on a hill on Rottnest Island this recycled-plastic Track Marker has the perfect view of the Indian Ocean. It forms the entry to the West End Boardwalk—a low environmental-impact structure that requires minimal maintenance and aesthetically fits in with the coastal landscape of the island. Both the boardwalk and the Track Marker are [...]

Trust in us

The National Trust of Australia (WA) selected Replas Eco pods for seating at the historic East Perth Cemeteries because they wanted a contemporary but visually unobtrusive design. Phil Palmer from the Trust, said, ‘use of recycled materials is important as the Trust is committed to conservation and sustainability of the natural as well as the [...]

The soft option

Coles are not only doing their part by collecting plastic waste, but they are also purchasing the products made from the plastic to truly demonstrate their commitment to the environment. The team at Coles, Claremont, WA celebrate the arrival of a special seat for customers to rest their weary feet.

Making access easy

Refurbishment works along the Shoalwater Foreshore Reserve, in WA, include access paths made from recycled-plastic decking. The project, overseen by the City of Rockingham, replaced ageing timber walkways and access points to ensure the structure fits comfortably with the fragile dune environment as well as being aesthetically pleasing. City of Rockingham Mayor, Barry Sammels said, [...]

Shenton Dog Park Refuge

‘The Dogs Refuge Home receives no government funding and so relies solely on community support to fund its operations; therefore, in any purchase we are looking to make sure it is a worthwhile investment. Not only do the seats look great, but they are very comfortable and durable.’ Nerilie Watson, Shenton Park Dog Refuge. Animal [...]

Replas enhances ambience

The team at Western Australia’s Augusta-Margaret River Shire have been gradually replacing the tired timber settings in the beautiful Blackwood River with Replas’ outdoor furniture. Pictured here is a comfortable, in-ground Kimberly seat, a neat Premier setting and, in the background, some visiting dolphins.

21 today

Pier 21 is a 171‐berth marina on the Swan River in North Fremantle, WA. The team at Pier 21 recently replaced 200 metres of tired timber decking on one of the jetties with timber‐finish recycled‐plastic Enduroplank™, after a successful trial of a two‐metre installation. Enduroplank™ is the ideal choice for maritime applications as it will [...]

When style matters

Beachridge Estate at Jurien Bay, Western Australia, is situated 200 kilometres north of Perth on the Turquoise Coast. The area is characterised by majestic beaches and marine ecology, which is why the developers have used unique landscaping techniques to create a coastal living environment. Replas Enduroplanks™ were selected for the elegant curved boardwalk and footbridge [...]

Take a look at our latest installations!

Cairns City Council, Queensland. The council has recently refurbished their viewing platforms and boardwalks at Devils Hole, Boulders. After Cyclone Larry left a trail of destruction through north Queensland last year, councils and the Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service used long lasting Enduroplank™ to replace the destroyed timber. Southern Grampians Shire Council, Victoria. The Shire [...]