Waverley Municipal Council’s high-profile Waverley Cemetery at Bronte, in the eastern suburbs of Sydney, has an equally high-profile addition. The recently-installed fence made using recycled plastic pickets has replaced a very old and rotted timber picket fence, and it really draws the eye. In choosing Replas pickets the council decided to install a fence that would need very little repair and maintenance, and that’s certainly what they have got. The recycled plastic pickets of 62mm x 18mm x 1200mm long make a great fencing combination with composite fibre post and rail (100mm square post & 75mm x 100mm rails). It’s a modern addition to the historic cemetery that is still in keeping with its traditional character.
So far 280 metres of fencing has been installed as Stage 1, with Stage 2 to follow at approximately 480 metres.