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yStop: The Smart Way to Advertise in Public Spaces

yStop is a street furniture maintenance company providing outdoor advertising solutions in Perth, Western Australia. We offer a variety of products and services to help businesses reach their target audiences, including:

  • Bus shelter advertising Our bus shelter advertising solutions are a great way to reach a large audience of potential customers. Our bus shelters are located in high-traffic areas, so your ads will be seen by thousands of people every day.
  • Seat advertising Our seat advertising solutions are a great way to reach a captive audience. Our seats are located in well located public spaces, so people will have no choice but to see your ads.
  • Other advertising solutions We also offer a variety of other advertising solutions, including print production support and smart bin advertising.

yStop is the smart way to advertise in public spaces. Our street furniture advertising solutions are effective, affordable, and easy to use.

Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you reach your target audience.

We are...


With some of the southern hemisphere’s most original and technical patents, we truly put the ‘smart’ in smart technology.

Forward-thinking and bold, we’re ahead of the curve in the IOT space.



For almost 20 years we’ve delivered consistent, effective partnerships with local government and businesses.

Our multi-award winning team and products are proven, results-driven and dependable.



With yStop, you’re not just making an investment in your council or business – you’re investing in the power of local people, networks and neighbourhoods.

Community is at the heart of all we do.


Our partners

We’ve partnered with some of Perth and Melbourne’s biggest councils to deliver market-leading products and technology for the past 20 years.

“Many people are messaging me saying that they saw Broken Crayon’s on a bus stop which is fantastic, but more importantly I have had two victims reach out to me from the bus stop signage. They really are making an impact.”
Rach Mac,

Broken Crayons Still Colour Foundation

“Thank you for all your coverage so far, we really appreciate the opportunity to get the word out about The Big Issue.”
Maree Agapitos,

Media and Communications Coordinator,
The Big Issue

“Thank you so much Rachel and yStop. The maintenance team were super-fast in cleaning the graffiti on my seat ad, so thank you.”
Lisa Barham,

Property Partner,
The Agency

“Donor Mate's general manager, Jo Muir, made mention about seeing your Donor Mate advertising along Albany Highway. She was very impressed.”
Peter Grainger,

Donor Mate

“Fantastic to see the new yStop street-side park benches being installed around my local City of Joondalup. As well as being functional they are environmentally friendly too.”
Dr Darren Webb,

Founder and Director,
Webble Guys

“Thank you so much! I shared my new seat photo on my work page yesterday and so many people have stated that they’ve seen it and loved it.”
Lisa Barham,

Property Partner,
The Agency

“If you aren’t starting your weekend excited to see a bus stop, then you need to reassess! Great work Len Luxford and team.”
Natasha Wainwright,

Franchise Owner,
Subway Warwick

“Barbara was overwhelmed with her new seat and thinks it is wonderful and in particular wanted to comment on the contractor Carl, who was lovely to her, taking the time of day to have a chat.”
Sandra Roberts,

Coordinator Property Management,
City of Joondalup

“I would like to extend a warm thank you to yStop for supporting our Vinnies shops with outdoor advertising.”
Carl Prowse,

Executive Manager,
St Vincent de Paul

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Thank you for all your business and support this year.
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