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Bus / Tram WRAP

Bus wraps and Tram wraps demand attention and are an exceptional format when look to promote your brand.

Typical locations of this site are predominently located throughout Melbourne CBD and high traffic shopping districts. Traffic counts ranging between 5,000 and 20,000 vehicles per day.

For more information on advertising on a Tram, Bus or any other transit format, please contact us today.

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PORTRAIT 6m x 10m

The 6m x 10m portrait site, like the 3 x 4.5m sites is also extremely popular with fashion, retail and magazine advertisers. The larger format offering a much greater impact for advertisers.

Typical locations of this site are predominently located throughout Melbourne CBD and high traffic shopping districts. Traffic counts ranging between 5,000 and 20,000 vehicles per day.

For more information on advertising on a 6m x 10m Portrait billboard site, please contact us today.

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Super 8 8.33m x 2.2m

The Super 8 Site 8.3m x 2.2m billboard site is a more cost effective version of the large supersite.

Typical locations of this site are located along secondary roads throughout Melbourne’s suburbs and regional outskirts of Melbourne’s highways.

For more information on Super 8 Billboard advertising, please contact us today.

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BRIDGE / GANTRY 22m x 2.22m

It is nearly impossible to not notice the Bridge billboard and Gantry billboard sites, with drivers passing only metres directly below these massive structures.

The Gantry and Bridge billboard sites are primarily located throughout the Tullamarine Freeway, The Monash Freeway and the Westgate Freeway.

For more information on advertising on a Gantry billboard site please contact us today.

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SPECTACULAR 18.99m x 4.55m

A Spectacular 15.0m x 4.55m or 18.99m x 4.57m. Much larger than the standard supersite.

Due to the massive size, the Spectacular billboard site is predominently located in high profile, high volume locations on major Melbourne traffic corridors. Examples of the Spectacular sites can be found on The Westgate Freeway outbound towards the Westgate bridge. On the Monash Freeway (M1) or even the Melbourne Bolte Bridge.

For more information on advertising on a Spectacular billboard site please contact us today.

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SUPERSITE 12.66m x 3.35m

Big and bold – the largest industry standard size Outdoor poster display is the Supersite.

At 12.66m x 3.35m, each Supersite delivers 42 square meters of branding power and are located on all Melbourne freeways and major urban arterial routes. Supersite panels can be rotated from site to site, allowing the flexibility to be seen in many locations throughout victoria or even nationally, achieving greater market reach.

For more information on Supersite billboard advertising please contact us today.

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News

King of ‘The North’

The outdoor advertising has launched a self regulatory campaign to restrict billboard advertising of unhealthy foods near Australian schools and tackle obesity.

Peak industry body Outdoor Media Association (OMA) says the Health and Wellbeing Policy is a world-first to take an active role in limiting the public’s exposure to discretionary food and drinks.

“Almost one in four children is overweight or obese and this complex problem requires a comprehensive set of policies and programs to help Australians lead healthier lives,” says OMA chief executive Charmaine Moldrich.

“As experts in advertising, we want to use the power of out of home (OOH) to make a real difference.”

The industry will also donate up to $3 million each year to promote healthy diets and lifestyle choices on its signs.
The national policy restricts the advertising of discretionary food and drink products on out of home signs within a 150 metre sightline of a school. (140 meters is considered the limit to readability.)

ADVERTISING

The policy aims to meet community expectations and support government efforts to tackle overweight and obesity in Australia.
The OMA has consulted with industry, food groups, advertisers, health promotion experts and government and conducted extensive research on Australian and international best practice.

The policy:

Discretionary food and drink product advertising to be restricted from areas within 150 metres of a primary orf secondary schools.
Food and drink advertising to be based on Australian Dietary Guidelines and the Australian Health Star Rating system.

$3 million of donated advertising space across Australia every year to feature campaigns supporting healthy diet and lifestyle choices.
Creative support from the OOH industry to create campaigns to reach the targeted audience.
Compliance monitoring of the national restrictions with annual reports provided to state and federal governments.
Annual meetings to be held with key industry stakeholders and health promotion experts to assess the restrictions and the educational programs.

For the full article by ADNEWS, please click below

https://www.adnews.com.au/news/outdoor-advertising-industry-ban-on-discretionary-food-billboards-near-schools

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Dynamic DOOH Success.

The outdoor advertising has launched a self regulatory campaign to restrict billboard advertising of unhealthy foods near Australian schools and tackle obesity.

Peak industry body Outdoor Media Association (OMA) says the Health and Wellbeing Policy is a world-first to take an active role in limiting the public’s exposure to discretionary food and drinks.

“Almost one in four children is overweight or obese and this complex problem requires a comprehensive set of policies and programs to help Australians lead healthier lives,” says OMA chief executive Charmaine Moldrich.

“As experts in advertising, we want to use the power of out of home (OOH) to make a real difference.”

The industry will also donate up to $3 million each year to promote healthy diets and lifestyle choices on its signs.
The national policy restricts the advertising of discretionary food and drink products on out of home signs within a 150 metre sightline of a school. (140 meters is considered the limit to readability.)

ADVERTISING

The policy aims to meet community expectations and support government efforts to tackle overweight and obesity in Australia.
The OMA has consulted with industry, food groups, advertisers, health promotion experts and government and conducted extensive research on Australian and international best practice.

The policy:

Discretionary food and drink product advertising to be restricted from areas within 150 metres of a primary orf secondary schools.
Food and drink advertising to be based on Australian Dietary Guidelines and the Australian Health Star Rating system.

$3 million of donated advertising space across Australia every year to feature campaigns supporting healthy diet and lifestyle choices.
Creative support from the OOH industry to create campaigns to reach the targeted audience.
Compliance monitoring of the national restrictions with annual reports provided to state and federal governments.
Annual meetings to be held with key industry stakeholders and health promotion experts to assess the restrictions and the educational programs.

For the full article by ADNEWS, please click below

https://www.adnews.com.au/news/outdoor-advertising-industry-ban-on-discretionary-food-billboards-near-schools

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OOH Discretionary Food Ban 24 February, 2020

The outdoor advertising has launched a self regulatory campaign to restrict billboard advertising of unhealthy foods near Australian schools and tackle obesity.

Peak industry body Outdoor Media Association (OMA) says the Health and Wellbeing Policy is a world-first to take an active role in limiting the public’s exposure to discretionary food and drinks.

“Almost one in four children is overweight or obese and this complex problem requires a comprehensive set of policies and programs to help Australians lead healthier lives,” says OMA chief executive Charmaine Moldrich.

“As experts in advertising, we want to use the power of out of home (OOH) to make a real difference.”

The industry will also donate up to $3 million each year to promote healthy diets and lifestyle choices on its signs.
The national policy restricts the advertising of discretionary food and drink products on out of home signs within a 150 metre sightline of a school. (140 meters is considered the limit to readability.)

ADVERTISING

The policy aims to meet community expectations and support government efforts to tackle overweight and obesity in Australia.
The OMA has consulted with industry, food groups, advertisers, health promotion experts and government and conducted extensive research on Australian and international best practice.

The policy:

Discretionary food and drink product advertising to be restricted from areas within 150 metres of a primary orf secondary schools.
Food and drink advertising to be based on Australian Dietary Guidelines and the Australian Health Star Rating system.

$3 million of donated advertising space across Australia every year to feature campaigns supporting healthy diet and lifestyle choices.
Creative support from the OOH industry to create campaigns to reach the targeted audience.
Compliance monitoring of the national restrictions with annual reports provided to state and federal governments.
Annual meetings to be held with key industry stakeholders and health promotion experts to assess the restrictions and the educational programs.

For the full article by ADNEWS, please click below

https://www.adnews.com.au/news/outdoor-advertising-industry-ban-on-discretionary-food-billboards-near-schools

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Smaller Sites

Shop Panels

With over 540+ shopping centres in Australia, retail advertising can deliver on multiple marketing objectives and retail proximity requirements.
Formats are available as Atrium Banners /Decals /Digital Screens / Shop Panels /Billboards /Sampling.

Shoppalite panels can be bought as a single panel or in a pack, depending on the format.