Security Bollards

Saferoads has been providing and improving public and road safety solutions for 30 years and security bollards play a huge role in this. We have developed the highest quality road safety bollards to protect pedestrians, including our latest portable bollard which is ideal for temporary installation at events. 

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Case Studies - Security Bollards

Acconia Coleman Rail

Hurstbridge Rail Line Duplication Project featuring OmniStop Ultra Security Bollards.
Security Bollards and Traffic Calming Products

Major Carpark Upgrades at SuniTAFE Mildura

Featuring Security Bollards and Traffic Calming products
Portable Bollard System at the Block Open for inspections

The Block - Open for inspections

The Block 2019 fans were queuing in the cold overnight to ensure they had the chance to check out the the Oslo terrace houses, which were open for inspection on Sunday
Safety Bollard at Melbourne City Council

Melbourne City Council

Featuring the supply of OmniStop Bollards for the protection of pedestrians.

Why Safety Bollards are a Necessity

  • Protect Pedestrians with Safety Bollard

    Vehicles and other road users aren’t the only ones who are at risk. Sometimes, an out of control vehicle will hit pedestrians. By installing a security bollard barrier along roads that are frequented by pedestrians, you can protect passers-by from serious injury and even death.

  • Safeguard Public Areas From Accidental and Deliberate Errant Vehicles

    Australian bollards aren’t just designed for reducing damage caused by accidents. Recent events in Melbourne and across the world have seen people drive their cars into crowds to wilfully cause harm – security bollard barriers were present at the Flinders Street car rampage of 2017, and prevented additional casualties from occurring.

Areas We Service

Saferoads supplies high-quality bollards Australia wide, to all regional areas and capital cities; including Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra, Brisbane, Darwin, Perth, Adelaide, and Hobart.

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