Catalogues, Brochures, Booklets & Books: Online Printing Services



Short-Long Run; Saddle Stitched and Perfect Bound Binding; A4, A5, DL and More

There is a range of finishing options for products such as catalogues, brochures and booklets.

• Get your catalogues bound with saddle-stitched or perfect binding (catalogue printing tips below).
• Print your booklets in A4, A5 or DL.
• Choose a matt or gloss finish for your brochures.

If you’re ready to print, send us your finished press ready PDF. If you don’t have your project already created, our design team can refresh or completely reinvent your design.

Short or Long Catalogue, Brochure or Booklet Print Runs

Whether you need 10 or 500,000 products printed, we offer short and long runs to all our customers. Above you will find buttons for:

• Short and long runs with stapled/saddle stitch binding.
• Short and long runs with perfect binding.

Click on your preference (short/long run). You will be taken to a new screen that will provide you with some more options.

Do You Need a Professional Graphic Designer?

Our graphic designers have a knack for creating designs that:

• Stand out from the crowd.
• Communicate your message.
• Look elegant, slick and professional.
• Maintain your brand’s style.
• Look brilliant in colour or black and white.

It is easy to hire our professional graphic designers. Send us a message online or call 1300 88 99 59 between business days, Mon-Fri.


Having trouble setting up your press ready PDF? Email us with your art file, fonts and links and we maybe able to do it for you at no cost.

Catalogue Printing Tips

Catalogues are a highly valuable resource for companies (small and large). Not only do they provide a platform for promotion, but they are also tactile item people can touch and keep(*1). The final touch on a well-designed catalogue is printing. Choosing the size, stock and finishes that reflect your brand can set your catalogue apart(*2).

• Size – Catalogues come in different sizes and variations in paper and finishes. The size of your catalogue will depend on the products and your branding style. Take, for example, a home decorating or tiling business. These catalogues are usually quite large with big, high-quality images.

• Paper stock – When you have multiple pages to post, choosing a lightweight paper can keep postage costs down. Our quality lightweight papers serve a functional purpose without feeling cheap.

• Finishes – Unlike business cards and presentation folders, special finishes are usually kept to a minimum. Simple designs with a matt or gloss finish are usually what businesses prefer(*2). However, a catalogue cover may warrant some special raised surfaces or metallic embellishments. Contact us for ideas.

Choosing a Quality Local Printing Company

Not all companies are equipped and experienced in catalogue printing. Be sure to do your research and do not hesitate to contact them to discuss your printing needs.

Look for a printing company with:

• The capability (equipment) to print catalogues.
• Guarantees on their work.
• Experience.

The last thing you want is to have to pay another printer to print your catalogues.

Premium Print Services and Solutions for Every Marketing Project

When you are getting ready to print your catalogues, brochures or booklets, you want a printing company that understands:

• Your needs.
• Your timeline.
• Your budget.

Most importantly, you want a company that you can rely on to deliver time and time again. We have been servicing Sydney and Australian clients for many, many years. Seeing our customers return to us for each new print project tells us we are doing something right. If you need advice on binding, paper stock, or finishes, don’t hesitate to contact us.

We are looking forward to working with you on your print marketing. Get in touch online or call 1300 88 99 59 for print solutions for every project.



*1. Australia Post. Direct Mail Marketing. 2020.
*2. Inspiration Feed. 25+ Incredible Examples of Brochure and Catalog Design. 2020.