Action Graphics is a manufacturer and supplier of a large range of
casual apparel including tees, polos, singlets, tracksuits, shorts,
dress shirts, headwear and HiVis clothing. Our range of products can
either be fully Australian made in our own factory or supplied as an
imported product drawn from overseas or local importers. Our products
can be decorated using our In House services which include
screenprinting, heat transfer, direct to garment or sublimated designs
with embroidery as another option.
Utilising our many sources, let us supply you with your next digital,
web or sheet fed offset printing requirements. From full colour
brochures, posters, and booklets to business cards, flyers and
carbonless invoice/docket books. Offering a large range of choices we
are sure to have something that will suit your requirements
Utilising our Wide Format printers, we can design and supply your
promotional signages including pull up banners, vertical street banners,
horizontal vinyl banners, car door magnets, corflutes, window and floor
Through our subsidiary outlet, Aussie Outback Souvenirs, Action Graphics
is a supplier of a large range of souvenirs. Our products include such
items as postcards, fridge magnets, keyrings to tea towels, bar mats,
hat and cloth badges and much much more. Items available are both
manufactured in-house or sourced from overseas suppliers.
From 1st October 2017, you'll need to demonstrate that your on-farm
handling of livestock is consistent with the Australian Welfare
Standards and Guidelines. Get your Biosecurity sign to implement your
on-farm Biosecurity plans for the Johne’s Beef Assurance Score (J-BAS)
program and Livestock Production Assurance (LPA) program.
Our sings are
0.9mm galvanised metal, size 900 x 600mm, laminated with high grade
polymeric self adhesive vinyl coated with a 90 micro clear overlay for
extra UV protection for 7 years. Drilled with one hole in each corner
for fastening to gates and fences.
Matilda Country is the heartland of some of our national icons and folklore. Here, such giants as the Royal Flying Doctor Service and Qantas began. Many of Banjo Paterson’s verses were inspired by western Queensland people, places or events. Further back in the mists of time, dinosaurs called this area home and elements were laid down to later become opals.
These days, outback Queensland isn’t quite the frontier country it was in the past. Most of the towns have mobile coverage and the entire main highway is bitumen (although the further flung areas are still accessed by gravel roads). The wide skies, dramatic landscape and arid beauty has a timeless appeal that even droughts and flooding rains can’t diminish...