Customise your boat with a stand out vinyl boat wrap. We can create a unique graphic custom design to show off to your mates. Be the envy of all your friends with an awesome looking wrap on your boat. North Lakes Signs can use Australian fish and animals or make it Australian theme or basically anything you dream of and make it your very own. We do not on-sell your custom design so your boat graphic stays unique to your boat. Include your boat name and rego numbers.
From vinyl stickers and decals to full coverage signage we can get you noticed on the water. Only limited by your imagination, there’s so much you can do with a vinyl boat wrap
At North Lakes Signs, we can help you with all of your graphic design, signage solutions and vinyl wraps in and around Narangba. Our professional and experienced team are experts in all areas of traditional and modern signage solutions including all types of:
North Lakes Signs has over 20 years signage and vinyl wrap experience in making quality outdoor or indoor building signs and vinyl wraps around Narangba. We pride ourselves on being fast and efficient while focusing on quality finishes and using the very best materials to suit the Narangba climate. We are always available to take your call and we can offer the very best friendly advice. If you don’t have any idea about what you need we can help. Our in house graphics team can provide you with colour designs applied to a photo of your project so you can visualise your new branded signage or vinyl wrap.
Narangba is a town and suburb of the Moreton Bay Region, Queensland, Australia. It is located 34 km north of Brisbane.
This suburb has rural origins but is being redeveloped as a residential suburb on the outskirts of the greater Brisbane metropolitan area. In the 2016 census, Narangba had a population of 18,573 people.
The name Narangba possibly originated from an Aboriginal word meaning “small ridge”, and that describes the area where the railway station with its associated township was situated. Earlier, it was part of an area referred to as Stoney Creek. The railway station was first called Sideling Creek Station, later renamed as Narangba. The suburb lies within the Burpengary Creek catchment area.
An award-winning Development Control Plan has resulted in major residential interest regarding the areas of Narangba and Burpengary, with infrastructure matching population growth. An industrial estate providing services required by manufacturing and general industries has taken full advantage of the shire’s transport corridors, with sites on either side of the Bruce Highway.
We design, manufacture and install vehicle signs, including cars, vans, buses, caravans, food trucks, even boats