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 Strathpine. 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 Strathpine. We pride ourselves on being fast and efficient while focusing on quality finishes and using the very best materials to suit the Strathpine 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.
Strathpine is a suburb in the Moreton Bay Region, Queensland. It is home to the Pine Rivers District offices of the Moreton Bay Region as well as many businesses. The area is home to Strathpine Centre, a medium-sized urban shopping centre.
Strathpine is a Scottish place name, where strath means valley and pine refers to the Pine River. The area now known as Strathpine was originally developed in the 1860s as an addition to the North Pine settlement during the Gympie gold rush. In the late 19th century, the area was known for sugar and rum production, with several sugar mills and distilleries in the area. The area was first named Strathpine by the Queensland Government Railways in the 1880s.
From 1889 to 2008, Strathpine was the administrative centre of the Pine Rivers Shire Council (formerly known as the Pine Division and the Shire of Pine). Although Pine Rivers Shire was amalgamated in 2008 into the Moreton Bay Regional Council, council offices are still located in the suburb.
The population of the area boomed in the 1940s after the opening of ‘Camp Strathpine’ a large army camp and airfield which helped both Australian and American forces during World War II. Modern-day Spitfire Avenue occupies the area where one of three airfields constructed in the region during World War II had resided. Development slowly increased until the 1960s when Brisbane’s rapidly growing population expanded into the area. Most of the farms were sold off and the area quickly grew into a residential and commercial hub.
Growth continued into the 1980s and Strathpine Centre opened on 22 August 1983, known as Westfield Strathpine until 2015. The Strathpine Library opened in 1990. In recent years, the main road which passes through Strathpine (Gympie Road) has undergone gentrification or urban renewal. Gympie Road is tree-lined with trees of Pine species.
We design, manufacture and install vehicle signs, including cars, vans, buses, caravans, food trucks, even boats