Bluedog mentioned in The Sunday Telegraph as an “approved supplier”

Posted on Posted on 6th Jun 2013

Last Saturday (2/6/13) The SundayTelegraph published a front page article titled "Schools beg for help to keep intruders out" about the NSW government being lobbied for the installation of security fencing around public schools. The article correctly identified Bluedog Fences Australia as an approved supplier for the supply and installation of school security fencing to the NSW Department of Education. We have manufactured and installed our SecuraTop® 2.1 metre high school security fencing at over 100 DET sites across NSW from Kingscliffe, Bourke, Broken Hill, Dubbo, Peak Hill, Swansea, Kurri Kurri, Bega and Mittagong.

Read the full article here in The Sunday Telegraph.