Roocycle Beach Access

Moodie Outdoor Products is able to provide beach access solutions built with Roocycle materials to provide a long lasting and maintenance free solution.

These access stairs were installed at Mona Vale Beach over 3 years ago. They are still looking as good as the day they were installed. The staircase was 12m overall and featured:

  • Roocycle ET posts, bearers and handrails
  • Roocycle EN decking with a P3 slip rating
  • Glow in the dark stair nosing
  • Elasto-plastic concrete pier footings

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Project Completion – Epping Aquatic Centre Roocycle Stairs

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Moodie Outdoor Products recently completed the installation of a set of stairs through the bush land near Epping Aquatic Centre in Epping, NSW.

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Roocycle materials were utilised for their superior durability and zero maintenance qualities. For this project Roocycle ET was used for the sub-structure and the handrails. Roocycle EN was selected for the decking and was fitted with Ecoglo nosing which glows in the dark to aid with pedestrian safety.

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The design was completed in house and installation was carried out by skilled local installers. This approach has been used numerous times by Moodie’s and could work well in all parts of Australia.

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Beach Access Stairs

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Moodie Outdoor Products recently completed the installation of some Beach Access Stairs. The stairs were installed across 3 sites on Sydney’s Northern Beaches.

Constructed using our range of Roocycle materials these stairs are sure to stand the test of time. EcoGlo stair nosing was installed for added safety at night.

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Roocycle was selected for its durability. Being able to work the material just the same as timber made it easy to deal with the challenges that building a set of stairs on the natural coastline presented.

If you would like to find out more about this project please do not hesitate to Contact Us today.

Project Completion: ‘The Coal Loader’ Roocycle ET Staircase Link, Waverton

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The Coal Loader, itself, is a former industrial site that operated from the early 1920s to the early 1990s. It functioned primarily as a transfer depot for coal from bulk carriers to smaller coal-fired vessels. The site operated for over 70 years before being decommissioned It was dedicated as public open space in 1997 and formally transferred to North Sydney Council in 2003.

Since this time, the site has been transformed into the Coal Loader Centre for Sustainability, an exciting regional community resource in Waverton.

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As part of the project, a series of steps and landings were required to link Balls Head Rd and Balls Head Dr through an existing nature reserve leading up to the Coal Loader.

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Roocycle ET, produced from recycled wood and plastic was the logical choice of building material. It’s structural qualities and broad range of profiles enabled the entire staircase link to be constructed from Roocycle ET. Around 4,000kgs of Roocycle ET was used to construct this project thus diverting waste that would have otherwise ended up as landfill.

All components including stringers, sub-floor structure, hand rails, treads and decking are dressed Roocycle ET.

Total length of staircase is 42m x 1.2m wide with handrails both sides.

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Steps include luminescent stair nosing plus an additional galvanised hot-dipped gal pipe handrail.

Watch the video below for a quick walk through of the completed project.