About us

Over 100 years of Turner Bros. history

The history of Turner Bros. stretches back over 100 years to Sydney 1906 when young Walter Turner opened up the first Turner Bros. store in Railway Parade Kogarah. Goods sold included millinery, dress materials, bed linen, haberdashery, and men’s wear. From this humble beginning, the Turner Bros. brand became synonymous with quality, genuine customer service, and attention to detail.

The story behind the Turner Bros. business and family is a fascinating account and a snapshot of life in the 20th century. To read the full story, please download the Turner Bros. Our History brochure.pdf.

Turner Bros. today

Today Turner Bros. is recognised as an industry leader for sourcing, project managing, designing, and installing external and internal solar control systems, automatic building control systems, including Horiso's Climate Ready® Operating Systems and soft furnishings. We are also the exclusive distributor of Shimmerscreen™ by BCM.

We work collaboratively with architects, interior designers, chief engineers, government contractors and builders to deliver innovative, quality projects. Our projects cover a range of markets including Commercial, Education, Health, Hospitality, Cultural, and Residential.

As well as our Sydney office, we now have divisions in Queensland and Macau to better serve the needs of local markets.

Turner Bros. has embraced many cities and regions of the world, completing projects in Bali, Berlin, Budapest, Carribbean, Christchurch, Fiji, Germany, Hamburg, Macau, Maldives, Mauritius, New Zealand, Queenstown, UAE, Vietnam, and Wellington. Within Australia Turner Bros. has worked on projects across the nation including Adelaide, Ayers Rock, Brisbane, Bowral, Canberra, Darwin, Gold Coast, Hayman Island, Hunter Valley, Lizzard Island, Melbourne, Newcastle, Perth, Sydney, Tasmania, Terrigal and Wolgan Valley.

If you would like to discuss your next project with one of our consultants, please contact us today.

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