by Replas

Recycled plastic plank signs by Replas are perfect to identify your parkland, school, and sporting or recreational ground. The support poles for the planks are sturdy square bollards, with two plank sizes to choose from. They are extremely hard wearing, offering an economic and ethical alternative to using timber, and the text on each sign is routed into the plank and can be painted in a range of colours to suit your needs.

Replas is proud to have been able to supply enhanced directional and interpretive signage made from recycled plastic to the ‘Junction Walking Trail’ in Casterton, South West Victoria. 

Thanks to the efforts of Friends of the Glenelg River, and funding from Regional Landcare Facilitators - a programme fully funded through the National Landcare Programme - along with guidance from the Glenelg Hopkins Catchment Management Authority, this trail is now clearly marked for visitors.

Strategically placed along 1600 metres of the river, the signage is perfect for displaying information about the history of the river and keeping visitors on track. Not only does it look good, but the Friends of Glenelg River will not have to worry about wasting valuable funds on maintaining them as they will never split, rot or crack.

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