• Walk The Yorke

    In December, Artcraft manufactured and installed 17 signs covering the 500 kilometre “Walk the Yorke Leisure Trail” on the Yorke Peninsula, South Australia. Working closely with staff at the Council, 17 different designs were created of walking trail maps for each section such as day walks, multi-day walks and bike riding options just to name a few. Artcraft have received extremely positive feedback relating to our quality of workmanship as well as professionalism on site to bring this large and important project for the Council togetherOLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

  • Tourism Victoria & Healsville Sanctuary Projects

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    Welcome to Yarra Valley Balloon signArtcraft have just successfully completed another two projects for Tourism Victoria and Healsville Sanctuary with the supply and installation of new signage packages. The contract for Tourism Victoria involved new signage promoting and directing tourists to the Yarra Valley and Dandenong Ranges. New pictorial signs including high resolution photos of the areas attractions such as Puffing Billy, Hot Air Ballooning, Wineries and also the Boathouse in the Dandenongs were manufactured.. Signage was placed on the Monash and the Eastern Freeways to direct tourists to the appropriate exits.The project for the Healsville Sanctuary involved removing the existing signage and installing new signage to enable tourists to easily find the Sanctuary.

  • Dept of Planning & Transport Signage for Port Augusta

    Andamooka 008 Andamooka 007Artcraft manufactured and installed changeable message signs for the Department of Planning Transport and Infrastructure that were installed on the tracks north of Port Augusta.

    Signs are solar powered and the signs can be remotely activated from the traffic control centre in Norwood South Australia

    Dirt roads that are 1000km from Adelaide can now be closed within minutes of a problem being detected such as flooding or fire.

  • Tourism Victoria Signage

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    Artcraft on behalf of Tourism Victoria, were engaged to install a new pictorial Welcome to the Peninsula sign on the Eastlink Motorway . Our experienced installation crew ensured that the sign was correctly installed under Traffic Management within the allocated timeframe and under an approved work permit. The sign was manufactured using the latest in Digital Printing technology and was printed on Class 1 material.

  • Sapphire to Woolgoolga Pacific Highway Upgrade

    Stamark (1)Saph to Woolg photo Stamark (3) Stamark (4)Artcraft have been contracted by Leighton Fulton Hogan Joint Venture to supply and install signage to the Sapphire to Woolgoolga Pacific Highway upgrade.  This is a 25 kilometre section of the Pacific Highway which is being upgraded to dual carriageway.  The project started substantial construction in August 2010 and has already had several major switches since then.  At the northern end of the project, a 10 kilometre stretch of dual carriageway is expected to be opened soon, which will divert traffic around the town of Woolgoolga, making savings in travel time.  In addition to the signage component, Artcraft is laying 3M Stamark temporary linemarking, an excellent alternative to standard linemarking where damage to the road surface on removal is not an option.  To date more than 500 permanent signs have been installed and 4.5km of temporary line marking has been laid.

  • Enhanced School Zone Signs (ESZS) Project

    ESZSArtcraft Pty Ltd is pleased to be directly involved in making schools safer across Queensland through our delivery of the Enhanced School Zone Signs (ESZS) project. The product is a combination of a traditional and regulatory school zone sign face with conspicuous flashing LED beacons and annulus that are activated automatically during school times. They are powered autonomously by solar energy and are monitored and programmed remotely using mobile phone network infrastructure.

    With two hundred and thirty-three signs protecting one hundred and twelve Queensland schools at the end of August 2013, we are only a third of the way through the ten million dollar state government grant that is funding the exclusive project. Add to this an active market for signs privately funded by local councils and other relevant bodies, the newly launched Artcraft Traffic Systems branch in Brisbane is poised to expand its presence in the enhanced signage market even further. Excellent product development that has been proven in the field and dedicated management resources makes the ESZS project a space to watch.

  • Northern Area Waste Management Authority

    Artcraft constructed a ‘price board’ for Northern Area Waste Management Authority.

    The sign is an LED sign showing the different rates for different loads going to the refuse station.

  • South Australian Police Department

    Artcraft recently completed a project for The South Australian Police Department which was to completely upgrade signage to more than 60 Stations. This work was a complete Manufacture
    and Installation process around the entire state, work included digitally printed window graphics, wallpaper, 3D lettering and graphics, major fabrication of internal and external signage as well as painting of walls. This is also very similar to on- going works for The Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources.

  • Port Augusta Signage


    Tourist Information/Parking Bar sign at Port Augusta, contracted by the local council.

  • Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources.

    One of our current projects for our South Australian division is the refurbishment and rebranding work we are doing for the Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources. The work has included external and internal signage which has all been digital printed, window treatments, painting of walls and installation of graphics and 3D text to walls, digitally printed wallpaper and desk fronts.

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