Parents helping parents

We are set up by parents for parents, teachers and professionals

Changing Classroom Learning

Our products aim to make teaching Auslan and mainstream classes for signing students easier

See our teaching kits and manuals

Meet the wormies that eat our paper

We take our environmental responsibility seriously. We reuse as much as we can and even use biodegradable tape. Plus these special worms eat all our waste paper!

Read more about our environmental policies

Community Projects

Bilby Publishing is proud to have been able to help so many wonderful community initiatives over our 25 years

Read about our community projects

Have you seen one of our posters at your local playground or School?Sample Playground Poster

Do you want your own custom poster designed for you?


Bilby Publishing offers a customisable playground sign


Standard package

  • Poster size 1m X 1 m (digital file includes bleed and space for screw mounting around border)
  • Signs Included (25) :

          Row 1: You, Want, Play, Help, Finish

          Row 2: Please, Thank you, Happy, Sad, Stop

          Row 3: Toilet, Hurt, Walk, Run, Bell

          Row 4: Turn, Chase, Climb, Friend, Safe

          Row 5: Kind, Sorry, Alright, Drink, Eat

  • Your Logo
  • Your title (within size constraints, can be in Auslan Font)
  • Your color theme (BKG + sign boxes)

 Full details here 


Want something completely new ?

We can do that to, just contact us to discuss your needs.


Posters you may seen out and about

Bathurst Adventure Playground

BCFN believe it’s important that all voices are heard in our community, so we led an initiative to install child-friendly signs that help children and adults to communicate their needs through play related non-verbal communication and Auslan. The signs are installed in the Adventure Playground and Macquarie River Bicentennial (Peace) Park and were unveiled on 7th September 2017. They empower children, and the whole community, to learn, use and share Auslan to convey their wishes, make choices and communicate their needs. The project was made possible with a FundAbility grant for the purchase of the signs and frames and was supported by Bathurst Regional Council by providing the posts and installing the signs. FundAbility is brought to you by Northcott and funded by the NSW Department of Family and Community Services.

Kylie and Annette Meyer at Bathurst Adventure Playground sign WHERE in Auslan


Brisbane City Council Playgrounds

17 Playgrounds had these posters installed as part of the Department of communities inclusive playgrounds project 

Read more about White Hill reserve 

Brisbane City Council

Sugarworld playgroundSugarWorld Plyground welcome sign

Logan Gardens Park, playground and water park

Pioneer Parklands Landsborough

Toowong State School playground

Toowong State School Auslan Poster