Braille & Tactile

We offer a full range of Braille signage which apply to the BCA regulations.

Wayfinding Signage

For interperative and orientation signage contact our sales department

Statutory Signage

For information and advice on building code regulations see our Statutory Requirements section

Braille & Tactile Toilet Signs

Braille and tactile toilet signs are mandatory on all toilets and other amenities for public use.  We offer a wide selection of Braille and tactile signs for Australian buildings, and can advise on the BCA requirements.

In addition, Braille and tactile signs are required to indicate accessible routes for persons in wheelchairs, such as ramps and lifts.  We are able to advise on the locations for signs to comply with the code.

The Building Code of Australia (clause D3.6) requires that all ‘sanitary facilities' (other than in private residences) have Braille and tactile signage for the visually impaired. It should be noted that this does not apply only to disabled toilets. Braille and tactile signage is also required at non-accessible entries or lifts, directing those in wheelchairs to the accessible entries.

As Braille and Tactile Signage is usally customised signage, it is best to contact us for pricing and material choice.

Phone (02) 9380 9852 and speak to one our friendly staff about your needs, or email Sales at

For more information on the statutory requirements, view statutory sign regulations.

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