Council Banner Installation
We design, print and install banners

Banner Installations for Councils

We design, print & install banners for councils or local governments all around Australia.

BannerSaver brackets are the perfect banner installation option for any council in Australia wanting to display light pole banners and flags in and around their community.

Light pole banners are proven to be a highly effective and practical means of promoting events, services and facilities available in an area to both residents and visitors.

Once installed the BannerSaver brackets provide the infrastructure for displaying banners throughout the year.

Bay Media work with council officers throughout Australia to supply, install and changeover the BannerSaver brackets and banners. The initial process of getting permission to install the brackets often requires permission from the relevant power authority, Bay Media have worked with power companies around Australia and can assist with your application.

Bay Media provide everything from the supply of our BannerSaver brackets only, to a comprehensive managed design, supply, install, print and ongoing change over service.

Contact Bay Media today to discuss how the BannerSaver Brackets and our banner installations can help promote your communities services and facilities on 1300 55 49 36.

We install banners. Light pole banner installation.

Local Government & Councils Clients

Hepburn Shire Council

Hepburn Shire Council

Hinchinbrook Shire Council

Hinchinbrook Shire Council

Fraser Coast Regional Council

Fraser Coast Regional Council

Port Pirie Regional Council

Port Pirie Regional Council

Richmond Valley Council

Richmond Valley Council

Shire of Augusta & Margaret River

Shire of Augusta and Margaret River

Alpine Shire Council

Alpine Shire Council

City of Hobart

City of Hobart

City of Onkaparinga

City of Onkaparinga

City of Port Phillip

City of Port Phillip

Coffs Harbour City Council

Coffs Harbour City Council

City of Stonnington

City of Stonnington

Warrnambool City Council

Warrnambool City Council

Whitehorse City Council

City of Whitehorse

Wudinna District Council

Wudinna District Council

Whitsunday Regional Council

Whitsunday Regional Council

Wingecarribee Shire Council

Wingecarribee Shire Council

Wyndham City

Wyndham City

Brisbane City Council

Brisbane City Council

Central Coast Council

Central Coast Council

Central Highlands Regional Council

Central Highlands Regional Council

City of Darwin

City of Darwin

City of Karratha

City of Karratha

City of Greater Geelong

City of Greater Geelong

Shire of Boddington

Shire of Boddington

Shire of Cranbrook

Shire of Cranbrook

Sorell Council

Sorell Council

Streaky Bay District Council

Streaky Bay District Council

Torres Shire Council

Torres Shire Council

City of Townsville

City of Townsville

City of Canberra & ACT

City of Canberra and ACT

Albury City Council

Albury City Council

Barossa Valley City Council

Barossa City Council

City of Greater Bendigo

City of Greater Bendigo

Ararat Rural City Council

Ararat Rural City Council

Brimbank City Council

Brimbank City Council

Our work

Lend Lease

BannerDrop banner winches and banners installed at Lend Lease shopping centres around Australia to display & change advertising banners, [...]

Sydney Entertainment Centre

The Sydney Entertainment Centre wanted to display large format banners around the outside of the centre in Darling Harbour. Banners and flags had [...]

Stockland

Stockland Centre management saw the use of atrium banners as a great way to promote facilities and events within their centres. However, changing [...]

Brimbank City Council

During Sunshine Town Centre’s redevelopment, Brimbank City Council wanted to use light pole banners to promote the activity centre and create a [...]

Contact us

Melbourne - HEAD OFFICE

Unit 18/260 Wickham Rd, Highett, VIC 3190

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