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Centurion - Standing the Test of Time

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Centurion - Standing the Test of Time

Public protection is a great focus of Australian Bollards, we pride ourselves on keeping up to date on current impact test standards and ratings. We are delighted to be able to carry a multitude of different HVM solutions that hold various safety impact ratings. There are many different impact test standards for rating hostile vehicle mitigation solutions, such as bollards and traffic barriers. These test standards include PAS 68, IWA-14, K4, K12, M30 and M50. The PAS 68 and IWA-14-4 are international standard, and the US standards include the K4, K12, M30 and the M5  ...read more

Centurion - Protecting your tomorrow, today

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Centurion - Protecting your tomorrow, today

Vehicle-borne improvised explosive devices (VBIED) are a constant and very real threat in today's society. Because of this, hostile vehicle mitigation (HVM) is fast becoming more and more important in preventing such events from occurring. Without these protective mechanisms put in place, it leaves people without the protection they deserve. Nicholas Marasco, the General Manager of Australian Bollards believes that safety is paramount when it comes to protecting people, a belief that is too shared by the Israeli government.  ...read more

Directing the Flow, Pedestrians and Protection.

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Directing the Flow, Pedestrians and Protection.

With the Federal election coming up on Saturday the 18th of May, everyone is busy figuring out where they are to vote and how many people they’ll have to stand with to get the voting done. With over 16,000,000 people lining up to vote, time and effort will ultimately need to be put into organising and structuring polling areas. One effective way to assist in this is the introduction of temporary T-top Hi-Vis Orange PVC bollards to structure pedestrians into neat and flowing lines. These T-Top Hi-Vis Orange PVC bollards can be used as non-permanent crowd control bar  ...read more

Key and Pad Lockable bollards - keep your prized possessions safe

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Key and Pad Lockable bollards - keep your prized possessions safe

Do you work with cars? Work with your hands? Have loads of tools? Or vehicles to protect? Then Australian Bollards is here for you. With our range of Key and Pad Lockable bollards and our ‘Roller-Door Lock Down Kits’ you can keep your prized possessions safe. With these Anti-Ram raid solutions, you can protect your trailers, cars, be it classic or sporty in your public access areas. And with our Roller-Door Locks you can protect your shed, garage and private areas thoroughly. For more information on keeping your prized items safe, visit the l  ...read more

'Little Streets', Larger Space

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'Little Streets', Larger Space

As a plan to make Melbourne the premier bicycle city of Australia, Lord Mayor Sally Capp has released a 10-year draft transport strategy. The plan is to expand the six kilometres of protected bike lanes to more than 50 kilometres by the year 2030; creating more space for pedestrians and cyclists in the CBD. The council will remove some of the city’s off-street parking, clearing the equivalent of 30 MCGs or 20 Burke St Malls of space. Our esteemed ‘Little Streets’ of Melbourne’s CBD (Little Collins, Little Burke, Little Lonsdale, Little La   ...read more

Keeping You Safe Wherever You Go.

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Keeping You Safe Wherever You Go.

Whenever you leave the house you have the right to stay safe, no matter if you’re at the local shopping center, the local cinema or in the city. This applies all year round. When going out with friends and family, you want to feel safe, especially if you are entering high foot traffic areas such as a cinema, like the Hoyts cinema in Frankston, pictured below. If you’re going to see a much-anticipated movie, such as the latest animated film, the latest horror film or the latest Marvel film you’ll be glad to know that VBIED (Vehicle Borne Im  ...read more

Keeping You Safe on Your Hunt for Fun

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Keeping You Safe on Your Hunt for Fun

The long weekend is finally close by, and with such a large array of events happening all over Australia we are spoiled for choice when choosing how to spend our free time. Whether you’re after a family friendly festival, such as the Good Friday appeal in Melbourne’s CBD or the Melbourne Easter festival happening all weekend long in Cranbourne. Or you’re after a fun night out with friends at the various comedy festivals happening throughout Melbourne and Sydney. It’s safe to say that we wish everyone to enjoy themselves and stay safe. With Au  ...read more

Time To Slow Down

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Time To Slow Down

The most dangerous thing on the road is a reckless driver, one who doesn’t follow the speed limit and endangers other drivers around. Even though there are methods and devices put in place by our government to deter and prevent such drivers from speeding like speed cameras, traffic lights and school zone times, there is still much to do in terms of safety on our roads. Victoria’s road toll last year was the lowest it has been since 2013 but in 2019 it has unfortunately taken a turn for the worse. The tally sits at 90 fatalities as of April 9th, 32 more than this time l  ...read more

Ramping it up at Caribbean Business Park

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Ramping it up at Caribbean Business Park

The NJM Group has done a variety of installations at Caribbean Business Park before. Our latest project has been the addition of W beam guard rails to a pair of loading ramps. These rails provide a clear boundary at the edges of the ramps, keeping forklifts and other vehicles from accidentally falling off. With the guard rails in place, the ramp is more strongly delineated from the rest of the loading dock, making it a safer place. The guard rails also include a handrail to improve convenience for pedestrians walking up and down the ramps. The NJM Group is proud to p  ...read more

Art meets Security

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Art meets Security

'Blockage by Nina Sanadze is a temporary exhibit - running from March 28th till April 28th - portraying and examining concrete bollards in our public areas. There are three public sculptural installations throughout the South-East Melbourne area. This exhibit playfully changes our views on bollards, encouraging thought-provoking ideas about safety and security. The three sculptures are: 'Bollard up a Tree' 'Building Blocks' 'Safeguard' Here at Australian Bollards, we want to reframe your association with bollards. We have a range of bollards that enhance public safe  ...read more







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