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Alhambra Lounge 12 McLachlan St - Very stylish interior with a modern ArabicSpanish theme, young professional and student crowd, good atmosphere and excellent cocktails. Various styles of house music. Located right next door to The Family. Anise - Brunswick St. Promotional price range from 5 to Outdoor seating available, woodfire pizza and pasta. Barsoma 22 Constance St - Trendy little bar tucked away on Constance Street off Ann St offers great cuisine amp an array of delicious amp creative cocktails.
On some nights it plays alternative dance music parties. Birdee Num Num Ann St - OK atmosphere, mainly student popular with this crowd because of the lack of cover charge and backpacker clientele. Cloudland Ann St - Recently opened cocktail lounge on Ann Street with a retractable roof, 10 metre waterfall, 5, plants and a glass bar made from 17, glass balls threaded by hand. Caters to a very upmarket, sophisticated crowd.
Smart dress code which is strictly enforced on busy nights. Club Brunswick St - Fantastic if you enjoy metal, emo or any kind of alternative music. This is an atmospheric cocktail bar open to the public seven days a week and provides live entertainment Thursday through to Sunday. Great atmosphere, great drinks and great food. The Empire Brunswick St - alternative dance club, nice long balcony overlooking busy Brunswick Street, a few levels, less pretentious but darker than other dance clubs in Brisbane although no less dangerous.
Glass Bar Brunswick St - Vibrant atmosphere, small restaurant amp barlounge, really expensive drinks. Laruche Ann Street Fortitude Valley - Laruche offers impeccable service, bespoke cocktails and delectable food located in the heart of the entertainment precinct of the Fortitude Valley. Limes Hotel Constance Street - Rooftop bar and cinema situated above a boutique hotel.
Gets busy on weekends with young-professional crowd. Host to many international DJs. Amazing decor with great attention to detail. Many different rooms to explore. Although a bit expensive, a huge variety of different types of people inside.
Host to funky Jazz blended with dance music. Rics Brunswick St - Live music most nights. The Valleys hipster institution. Venue also includes Fatboys Cafe, which is a popular restaurant serving breakfast, steaks, pizza and pasta. There is no strict clothing policy and youre likely to get in so long as youre wearing shoes, long pants and a shirt.
Has a variety of music from live bands, DJs and special events. Zuri Brunswick St - Upmarket ambiance, strict door entry conditions regarding clothing and shoes. Male to Female ratio strictly enforced.
West End Edit Less crowded than the valley or the city, this bohemian district popular with locals offers a few hip clubs, intimate restaurants and a very laid back atmosphere. Lychee Lounge 94 Boundary St - intimate setting, sensual cocktails, beautiful crowd Uber Boundary St - opulent, sophisticated amp funky restaurantbarloungedance floor.
Especially popular on Wednesday nights. Archive Beer Boutique Boundary St - located at street level beneath Uber, Archive stocks over different craft beers, primarily Australian. The food is generally excellent, although the menu is in no way as extensive as the beverage list.
Prices are reasonable, particularly on Sunday Beer OClock where the price on the majority of bottled beers are reduced to 5. This is perhaps the largest drinking establishment in West End, with two bars downstairs and a beer garden amp deck on the upper floor. The food is fairly plain but well priced, and the drinks menu is about the same. Excellent live blues acts Sunday afternoon and evenings from Wednesday to Saturday are the main reason to visit.
Sling Lounge Boundary St - extremely knowledgeable cocktail staff, with a huge range of drinks on the menu. Bigger than it appears from the outside, youll find a garden hidden out the back with high ceilings and a great atmosphere complemented by the jazz and lounge music usually playing. It can get busy on Friday and Saturday nights, with a resulting increase in wait times for your beverage.
Well worth visiting, especially during quieter times - the staff are more than happy to walk you through the process of making your drinks, including the reasoning behind each individual ingredient being included. Tapas is also available, but prices are a little high considering serving size. Rumpus Room 56 Russell Street - great cocktails, and a good selection of spirits and bottled drinks.
The music here is primarily funk and hip-hop, with live DJs on the weekend and during the latter half of the week. The beer garden out the front is a great spot to relax in the shade on a hot day and meet some locals. The crowd tends to be a lot thicker and drunker on Saturday nights, however. Lock n Load Boundary St - friendly staff, live music most evenings and a decent array of cocktails.
The beer garden at the back is a nice spot to relax, but is often crowded. Excellent spot for a light meal. The End 73 Vulture St - Calls itself a boutique bar for everyone. Quite small inside, so if youre not there early you will probably miss out on a seat to hipper than thou types. Decent selection of beers at the average price, ever-changing seasonal cocktail menu.
Craft Beer Edit In the past few years Brisbane has seen a surge of interest and activity surrounding craft beer. If vague lagers arent your drink of choice then there are some great new venues for the hop-head traveller to check out. It is worth checking the Translink website for the details of the and City Glider buses as they run near a large number of the venues mentioned here.
The Scratch 81 Park Rd, Milton - 4 taps and lots of bottles. This bar has very friendly and informed staff who will guide you towards beer nirvana. Theres generally something to be had on tap for around with bottles extending up to about Free peanuts make the rounds and cheese platters can be purchased. Food from near by restaurants can also be brought in at the possible expense of sharing a slice of pizza with the staff. This bar has a laid back feel with second hand furniture from kerbside collections in what used to be the drive through bottle shop.
Tapas style food is available. Open for lunch Mon-Fri and does your standard pub fare. Located in a quieter residential back street this cafe offers great food for breakfast, lunch and dinner served with some great beers. Tipplers Tap 22 Masters St, Newstead - 11 taps and a moderate range of bottles. With a keg line up that frequently changes and an American street food inspired menu this is a great afternoon retreat.
A deck out the front allows larger gatherings, often of complete strangers, to share a beer around a giant picnic table. Unit 1, 2 Christine Pl, Capalaba - While not a bar this homebrew supply place also doubles as a micro brewery supplying some of the above venues. Your long journey from the city approx 23km will be rewarded with the ability to sample all of the 40 beers produced by the brewery.
Brew, Brewhouse Brisbane A small, clean amp friendly hostel on the fringe of Brisbane CBD. Can be a little quiet but a great place to relax and meet new people Clean, relaxed hostel with a pool and friendly staff.
Clean, purpose-built and well-designed, big terrace with view on the river and bridges. Industrial-space conversion, roof terrace with view on Brisbane River and bridges. A large hostel right across the street from Central Station. Its on the older side, but has a very fun, vibrant and young atmosphere.
And its right over the Down Under Bar, so you havent far to stumble home. Can be loud and very party-oriented, but its a great spot to meet people. A Base Hostel with big ensuite rooms, and good loungeTV facilities.
Base Brisbane Embassy is budget accommodation for those wanting to stay in the very centre of the city. Free pick-up from transit centre or airport, and free bus to and from the city every hour. Small, cozy hostel with tropical garden and pool. Modern, clean, very popular, swimming pool, and one of Brisbanes popular but more expensive night clubs, Birdee Num Num. This hostel has a free shuttle to Southbank and Roma St Transit Centre, but these areas are only a 15 to 20 minute walk from the backpackers.
The hostel is made up of one large, old house and a dorm block that is full of long term residents. The kitchen is very small for the size of the backpackers. The pool is dirty, which explains why no-one uses it. The bathrooms are small and few and far between in the old house. The backpackers offers free 15 minutes of internet time if you like them on Facebook and add a Google review. Moreton Bay Backpackers Lodge.
Situated next to the ocean, in a bayside suburb. Can organise activities like surfing, sailing, fishing and diving. Dorms and private rooms, internet access, airport and train transfers. Albion Manor Apartments and Motel. Spacious and comfortable studio apartment. Corner Ann amp Roma Streets. Walking distance to the Queen St Mall shopping precinct. Large rooms in an old colonial building in the centre of the CBD. One of Brisbanes best, but at high end prices.
Part of the emporium complex, the hotel has some of the best rooms and spa and gyms in Brisbane. Many locations in Brisbane and surrounding area serving quality accommodation at affordable prices.
Overlooks Queen Street Mall. Large chain hotel with courteous staff and nice rooms. Close to the airport. A few minutes walk from the Breakfast Creek Hotel.
The accommodation can be accessed via door-to-door transport services Contemporary designed boutique hotel in Fortitude Valley with a roof top bar and cinema. Daily newspaper service and complimentary beverage on the roof top. New, modern, brash and very stylish.
This multi award winning 5 star hotel is conveniently located in the heart of Brisbane City, between the CBD and vibrant Fortitude Valley. The hotel overlooks the city skyline and river. In the heart of Brisbanes arts and entertainment precinct, it is the closest hotel to the Queensland Performing Arts Centre. The Brisbane Convention amp Exhibition Centre is immediately adjacent to the hotel and downtown Brisbane and the bohemian village of West End are a 10 min stroll away.
Within walking distance of the Queen St Mall shopping precinct. Charlotte Street Corner Albert Street. Distinctive newly refurbished boutique style rooms. Located in the heart of Spring Hill, one of Brisbanes oldest and most prestigious precincts. The spacious, air-conditioned furnished apartments at Spring Hill Centrepoint provide a home away from home for corporate and holiday guests with plenty of room to move.
Offers both short-stay and long-stay accommodation, and is just a few min ferry ride from the CBD. Wharf Street, Kangaroo Point, Within a few minutes walk of Holman Street ferry terminal, Bridgewater Terraces consist of one, two and three bedroom self contained apartments.
Large lagoon pool, spa, sauna, gym and barbecue facilities shared with Quest Bridgewater next door. One, two and three bedroom apartments although more expensive than the Bridgewater Terraces it has great views of the city from some rooms. Quest Bridgewater utilizes the facilities on offer at Bridgewater Terraces. The Oaks Lexicon Apartments. Ann Street, Brisbane City, In the heart of the CBD, is in a contemporary building with 1 and 2 bedroom apartments.
Facilities and service of a modern hotel but providing a self-contained apartment. Check this page for the closest one.
Expect to pay around per hour, although most places will offer you a discount if you pre-pay a certain number of hours.
There are also alternatives to internet cafes: Free Internet access is available at the Brisbane City Council library, although you might need to book your session in advance. The main Infocentre area is quite large and has a number of 30 minute no booking and 60 minute booking required computers. The 60 minute computers are booked using a queuing system upon arriving at the library no library card required.
The Infocentre also has a very large lounge and desk area for those with their own laptops wishing to use the free WiFi. The library is also air-conditioned as one might expect so is a good place to spend some time during the scorching mid-day heat. Many cafes and hotels provide free WiFi access to patrons.
Keep an eye out for signage and use the internet city guide. City Council Wifi is now provided in many parks and areas around the city centre they have no time limit or data limit but are be limited to 0. For Australia wide contact options, such a mobile phones and calling cards, see the entry in Australia Stay safe Edit Crime Edit Queensland Police have a reputation for being more conservative than their counterparts in other Australian states, and some laws exist only in Queensland.
It is against the law to wear t-shirts or clothing related to bikie gangs, and there have been reports of innocent individuals being questioned by police for wearing t-shirts that were similar to those worn by bikies. Brisbane has a relatively low crime rate in comparison to other cities of such size. In most cases being aware of your environment and using common sense will keep you safe. Like Sydney and other large cities, trains and train stations are usually considered a common crime zone throughout the afternoons and nights, however trains and stations are patrolled by Police, Transit Officers, railway personnel and private security guards.
Cameras are also used to increase security. It is advised to exercise caution when travelling on trains and buses during these periods of the day. On trains at night especially on a weekend its not uncommon to be harassed not majorly, just verbal annoyance by ignorant, casually racist bogans.
Get out me country and so on. Advice from a local: Crime isnt a major issue for most people in Brisbane. It is generally a case of wrong place, wrong time and many crimes are considered out of the ordinary when they occur. Here are some particular areas of note: Tend to have a higher crime rate than inner suburbs which should be taken into account when visiting these areas.
Very safe during the day, but using common sense goes a long way. Avoid gangs of people, especially if they seem trashy or obnoxious and be mindful if a questionable person approaches you. Like most other places, outer suburbs to get more dangerous.
It is recommended that individuals walking in these areas at night take precaution or venture within a group. Most of the dodgy Brisbane suburbs are far away from the common tourist trail and on an international scale, would be considered generally safe.
Safe outer suburbs include Redcliffe, Wynnum and Shorncliffe. Usually very safe at all hours. Very safe during the day thanks to a good police presence and most people only being there for work.
Though during school holidays groups of youths can congregate, especially around Queen St and South Bank and can get rather rowdy, but they usually mind their own business. Still relatively safe at night. Police presence isnt as strong, except on Friday and Saturday nights, but youre still urged to travel with others. Be careful if catching a train at night, even though the train stations and trains are well patrolled and watched by CCTV.
Treasury Casino patrons often gather outside and unwanted attention can be received late at night due to drunks. Take extra caution if in South Bank at night due to groups of youths congregating there. No inner city no go zones exist, but its adviseable to avoid parts of New Farm and South Brisbane, particularly near Musgrave Park at night.
During the day, this part of South Brisbane is generally safe. Police presence very strong here due to the concentration of bars. Just as safe as the CBD during the day. Nights especially Friday and Saturday: Taxi ranks in particular can be a little dangerous due to many frustrated drunks having to wait for cabs. Wait only at ranks that have a security guard. Stay to the well-lit busy streets and never venture off alone, especially down back-streets or far away from a crowd.
Especially for females, it is recommended to travel in pairs or groups to avoid any unwanted attention from drunken travellers, especially in the early hours of the morning. Drunks can be a hassle when in the vicinity of suburban pubs, especially around closing times. Fights in these venues are common. When using a mobile or cell phone, the numbers and , are free of charge, and connect using any of the available networks. Emergency numbers such as and do not work within Australia.
Consulates Edit Sun safety Edit Important Probably the worst thing that can befall your trip to Brisbane is sunburn and other heat-related issues. Do not be fooled though, even in the cooler months or when it is overcast you can still be affected by UV rays or the heat.
Sunscreen, shirts, sunglasses and lots of water are essential. Try to stay in the shade as much as possible. Get out Edit Brisbane provides a base for day trips to explore the southeast of Queensland. The North Coast of New South Wales can also be reached in an hour if traffic is light, but allow up to two hours travel if traffic is heavy or there is an accident on the Pacific Motorway. Queensland Rail also provides extensive services out of Brisbane to the north and south of the city and to the Gold Coast.
There is a scenic drive through the mountains with a couple of lookouts, or you can go for a hike - easy or difficult, depending on the mountain. Beerwah offers a stern but quick scramble and a good view of the area. There are a few small roadside shops in the area that sell homemade jams and varieties of macadamia nuts. Beerwah - home of the Australia Zoo Admission is 57 for adults. Sunshine Coast - 90 minutes north of Brisbane, suitable for surfers without the clutter of the more famous beaches to the south.
The city of Noosa and several derivatively-named cities e. Noosa Heads, Noosaville offer short and long-term accommodation, some restaurants and a few stretches of shops aimed at tourists with and without a budget.
Sunshine Coast Hinterland - 90 minutes north of Brisbane. Crafts and galleries and cafs and lots of bushwalks and scenic views in the Blackall Ranges at Maleny. Eumundi - famous markets on Wednesday and Saturday. Moreton Island - Holiday destination very close to Brisbane. Dive and snorkel Tangalooma Wrecks, whale watching, dolphin feeding, sand tobogganing, 4wd and much more. Fraser Island - World Heritage listed site, offering pristine, unspoiled lakes, dunes, forests and wildlife.
Camping is possible, or day-trips can be arranged from Noosa. Worlds largest sand island. Redcliffe This peninsula located 45 minutes north is famous for its long stretch of beach, friendly locals and excellent food, shops and weather.
Gold Coast - famous for being a tourist town, approximately 70km south of Brisbane on the Pacific Motorway. Many large thrill rides including the Tower of Terror and the Giant Drop and roller coasters. There are also child-friendly rides and Australian animal attractions and shows, as well as a Tiger exhibit. Whitewater World is a water park adjacent to Dreamworld and offers the newest technology in water rides.
It costs extra to get into, but you can buy a pass that gets you into both parks for a discounted price. Generally longer, more cinematic and atmospheric rides, shows and attractions. Seaworld - aquatically-themed park sandwiched on a peninsula between the Gold Coast Seaway and the Pacific Ocean, located in Southport just north of the Gold Coast. A few rides, but popular for its impressive animal shows and exhibits. Large number of thrill rides and also mellow relaxation areas.
Tamborine National Park - extensive areas of National Park plus arts, crafts, galleries and the like, near several forest hikes. There are some excellent fudge shops at the top of Mt.
Tamborine that offer generous free samples and a staggering variety of flavours. Surfers Paradise - - tourist Mecca, and arguably the most upmarket area on the Gold Coast.
Located on a life-guarded beach front, host to Caville Avenue, and several shopping malls. Helena Island a former maximum security prison for convicts. Samford Valley - Samford Valley is a beautiful country get away northwest of Brisbane. There is rolling green hills, bush walking, a historic hamlet with lots of cafes, shops, museums, heritage buildings and a beautiful country tavern. This is a great location to take the family out for a day trip to the country, around a 35 minute drive from Brisbane CBD.
Ipswich - is situated km west of Brisbane. Brisbane Skydiving Centre - offers tandem skydiving and advanced freefall courses. Workshops Rail Museum - The whole family will enjoy the birthplace of Queensland Rail and enjoy the interactive exhibits at this award-winning museum. North Street, North Ipswich. Queensland Raceway - Queenslands premier race circuit. This is the only location near Brisbane where members of the public can drive on the same racetrack as professional drivers.
One of the oldest national parks in Queensland. Home of the ancient bunya pine and many other species of plants, birds and other animals. Stay at least three nights to have time to hike in the park. Dies ist ein verwendbarer Artikel. Secure payment options at Check Out include: Order before 2pm, SAME business day dispatch, delivery times then apply.
Check expected delivery period to your locality here. MarketPlace allows you to post an Ad to sell used boxes at a price and time you determine. It encourages face-to-face local trading, and is also great for the environment.
Your journey starts at MarketPlace Registration. Once registered you have free and secure access to your user account to add, amend or delete your Ad. Its FREE to post an Ad, and no commission is charged on sale You can proactively search to find someone wanting to buy or sell used boxes.
You search by Post Code and can extend your search by intervals from 5km to km distance. When you find the match, use the contact details from the Ad to commence your trade. Printing Services Brisbane Our online printing prices mean you dont have to wait for a quote.
With 4 printing sections and a design team all under one roof, ePrint can cover all of your printing needs in the shortest amount of time and hassle Printing Areas Printing: Same day digital print allow extra for design , Windsor showroom, online prices, friendly staff and free customer parking. Phone 07 We also offer Graphic design, Offset prints, Print services and Print solutions. We provide an in-house delivery service for the following local areas at: We provide delivery of print to all other areas, via post and fastways couriers.
All of our services are under one roof located in Windsor. Free customer parking with online prices. Four sections of print and one Design section. Our wide format section includes Stickers, Pull up Banners, Canvases and Sign Boards and our offset printing section has many products available.
Most products can be printed within 24 hours. Unlike Snap printing and Officeworks we have all of our digital press machines in our Brisbane City location. With a showroom, print samples and free customer parking, the hassle is taken out of print services. Graphic Design We offer Business card designs, Flyer and Brochure design and carbonless copy Invoice, docket, receipt, order books. We can also help you with your branding and logo design. If we can not help you, we can put you in touch with many other designers that use us for thier printing needs.
They picked up the booklets at 1pm and were very impressed It was for a HUGE meeting where they were pitching for the sale of a very large development and they were so impressed by the whole project theyve actually contacted me to discuss doing some work for them long term very exciting I really appreciate your help and Adrians great work. Please pass a huge thank you and high five along to him also.
Your printing can be delivered but collections for these products should be collected from our Windsor Office. Credit card payments can only be processed at our Newstead office but we can email your receipt for your order to you or to the Windsor office for collection. Same Day Printing Services Brisbane There are several companies offering same day printing services Brisbane customers, but many of these are website-only companies without a contact phone number or address.
They could be anywhere in Australia or overseas ePrint has had our office in Brisbane for over 30 years. With 15 staff, we are big enough to offer a high-quality result on a whole range of jobs but small enough to give you a personal service and remember your name. If you need fast printing in Brisbane, we can print almost any order in ths same 24 hour day. Due to our quick turnaround, quality work and competitive prices. Our goal is to complete all jobs within 24 hours, so all jobs are treated with urgency.
They are also printed by one person but checked by another in line with our quality procedures. We invest in the latest printing technology and backup equipment including the latest Konica Minolta Pre Press to give you superior result every time Can I see Print Samples to help me decide Sure We are centrally located and encourage you to come and check out our different different design ideas, paper thicknesses, laminates and celloglaze.
We can also mail you a sample if you require. We have samples of previous print orders. We also have printed samples specific to gsm business cards, gsm business cards, Slimline business cards, Saddle Stitched booklets, Perfect Bound Booklets We can also send you a sample in the post.
Please contact us for your print sample needs on 07 Can we print your order same day For certain jobs, we can even print a sample before proceeding with the overall print order. You need to have your files set for print ready. For small format printing this means a pdf file with 3m bleed. Some examples of the printing that we can produce same day are gsm Business cards, Flyers, plan printing, Banners, Posters, Invoice books, laminating. Same day printing means we can produce prints within 24 hours.
Some print jobs can be produced in the same business day as they are ordered providing you place your order early enough. If you require your printing urgently please contact us prior to placing your order. Same day printing is not always possible it will depend on: Size Obviously there is a limitation to the volume of prints that can be done in one day.
When given some prior warning, however, we have been known to stay back to all hours to meet a customers needs. Artwork With all of the services listed above, we have a template that can be downloaded to check that the artwork is set up correctly for printing. We also have people on staff that can do this for you. Time frames depend on how much work your file needs to become print ready. Time of Day Completion time will depend on the time of day we receive the print job, but we have had people contact us with a job at 3pm and still been able to have it done by the end of the day.
We can complete most small print jobs within 24 hours. As one of the most flexible same day printers Brisbane wide, we have also extended our trading hours in the past to deliver urgent jobs How Fast Can you deliver my prints We specialise in super fast printing services Brisbane, but delivery times will depend on where you are. We have our own driver who can hand-deliver printing in the Brisbane CBD. They deliver to all Brisbane suburbs, same day or next day.
Our friendly staff can advise you on the delivery time for your area. Outside of Brisbane We use Couriers Please, but can also post and express post using the courier company of your choice. Its all about communication.
Charges We will work this out for you, but as a guide: Go to the Couriers Please website and enter the pickup and delivery postcodes, as well as the approximate package dimensions and weight.
This will give you the amount of coupons to use. Can I collect my Prints Of course To make things easy, we provide free customer parking.
Our office hours are 8am to 5pm Monday to Friday. We have been known to stay back and wait for customers to collect their printing orders. We can also wrap your orders and place them outside if you can not get to us during business hours. We hope to see you soon. Do you offer Design Services Yes, we can help with design.
We have designers on staff and we also have many designers as our customers that we can put you in touch with. Web to Print We have templates of various products that can be edited by you and saved as your own. Corporate customers will be able to see and order previous jobs online, will be able to edit previous jobs online and have access to fixed prices online. Print Payment Options Upon receipt of an order we will contact you for your credit card details. We accept Visa, Mastercard and Amex a 3 surcharge applies for Amex.
Upon the completion of your printing, we create the tax invoice, charge the card, and the receipt is ready with your printing. Debit cards are also accepted. It was a small business that provided plan printing services brisbane and drawing office supplies to the construction industry.
I started as the delivery driver and other duties included order taking, phone answering, goods receiving and plan printing. The plan printing machines used amonia gas to convert the yellow sensitised paper to black lines. The tracing original would be overlayed onto the yellow paper and sent under a uv light. The tracing was then removed and the yellow and white sheet would be fed through the amonia gas and slide to a back catch tray.
An experienced operator could feed up to sheets of A1 Size plans per hour. Our largest competitor in Brisbane was Clearprint Reprographics. Our two businesses would compete for large construction projects and also for the Queensland State Government Print Contract. This was the largest plan printing customer in Queensland, constructing all of the States Schools, Hospitals, Prisons etc.
When Clearprint won the contract from us we decided to look to where we thought the future of plan printing was heading. Tj Cuningham and Assoc purchased the first Digital plan printing machine in Brisbane. A Kip machine capable of printing two A1 size prints per minute. Customers would need to send us HPGL plot files and we would have to set up pen thicknesses for them in order to have the plans printing correctly. We had a phone modem that allowed us to collect email.
The Kip machine could not collate. Eventually we had enough customers using this new digital printing services Brisbane to compensate for the loss of the Government work. A few years later Kip released a new model that was faster and had collating ability. This machine was the begining of the end for Amonia and dyeline plan printing equipment.
Tj Cunningham and Associates moved to 46 Wyandra Street Newstead where they would stay for the next 15 years. We were able to win back the Govt Print Contracts as we were able to print much faster and at a lower cost.
Watpac was one of our major construction clients. They decided to form a joint venture with Multiplex and bid for the reconstruction of Lang Park Suncorp Stadium. This was a massive project that we had to quote for. Our problem was that we had grown our business to capacity and could not really handle this if we were to be successful. Multiplex was Clearprints customer. We new that they would be bidding for this work as well.
We held talks with Clearprint to gauge the interest of sharing this work and bidding together. We were successful and eventually the two companies merged to form Tjs Imaging Centre. All of the Staff and equipment was moved into the Newstead address. Tim and Luke from Clearprint worked with Tjs Imaging Centre for a few years but then decided that they wanted to branch out into more challenging print.
They created ePrint and started printing business cards, canvases, signs, flyers and stickers from their address at 1 St Pauls Tce Spring Hill. The world wide web was continuing to develop.
Eventually the speed was fast enough that construction companies could email the plans directly to the subcontractors. This changed the amount of plans that needed to be printed. We needed to find new revenue streams so we started to look for a new partner. It made sence to approach Tim and Luke who we had worked with in the past. It was agreed that we would merge the two businesses together and form Tjs ePrint.
We now had 12 staff and the ability to print all forms of digital work in house and also to send larger work to our offset suppliers. We installed an online web to print shop. Our customers can now order printing , all of their artwork is kept online, customers receive emailed update of the progress of their print orders and there is also free templates and free online design.
This has been a massive project for us but we believe that this will be a hugh benifet to our customers and our business in the long run. In we received the news that the building owners were going to build units at 46 Wyandra St Newstead.
We had to find somewhere else to operate. In our search we had talks with Inkys who were also looking at what to do with their business.
We merged with them and moved into our current location at Newmarket Rd Windsor. Inkys equipment was much larger and provided the much needed finishing equipment that was missing from our operations. We now have 20 staff members and 4 sections for printing. We are always on the lookout for the next printing service or merger opportunity. Contact us today Can you send me an invoice to pay Yes. It is cheaper to order online but we can arrange to send you a quote and and invoice if you wish to pay via direct deposit.
If you have been searching for a professional, reputable and reliable large volume printer who can handle your big and small printing needs, were ready. AU Id just like to tell you all how absolutely thrilled I am with the posters and A frame signage that you have produced for me this week.
They look absolutely fantastic. Your customer service is second to none and the speed at which you have produced these is great.
You can use my testimonial if you want and copies of the signage that you have produced with my blessing. Thank you all once again. Just want to thank both Tim and you as well as all the staff at TJSImaging for all your help All of you are amazing Thanks I would like to highlight what wonderful service I received from Tim today. He was extremely helpful, friendly, patient and professional. It would be wonderful if every company had a Tim working for them.
I just wanted to say a huge thankyou for all you did in getting our booklets to us. They arrived at You are a star. Also please thank Justin for us. Need to learn more about our products, services, and stocksDoors and Windows Follow Us We supply a wide range of second hand doors and windows.
Salvaged mostly from our demolition projects, second hand doors and windows range from antique through to modern. You will be surprised at the quality and range and of course the money you can save from sourcing second hand products as opposed to new.
These well sought after doors can be expensive, however, you can still style your room at an affordable price when purchasing these items from our demolition yard. Securing your home can also be an expensive task. We salvage an assortment of types and sizes of security screens and windows from demolition projects.
From time to time we even have Crimsafe security doors and screens available. Customers often seek out doors and windows from our recycling yard as they are looking for a particular size that they cannot locate elsewhere.
We have various sizes available come in and take a look around. Theres no need to sort through numerous piles of second hand building materials in order to find your second hand door or window. Our yard is meticulously organised and categorised.
As you can appreciate well sought after items are sold quickly so it is best to check back regularly. We are also happy to note the details of your requirements and contact you should your items arrive. If youre currently looking for a particular door or window, please feel free to contact us.
Visit the Trading Post Online to view all new and recycled items that we currently have in stock. Photos are examples of previous stock and may not currently be available for sale.