Stirling Illuminated – Open to Everyone

Exciting news as yStop has just won the contract for managing the City of Stirling’s illuminated bus shelters.

With the contract starting in August, we are very excited to add these shelters to our large range of available assets in Stirling.


That’s a large Council!

Stirling is one of Perth’s largest councils with a population of over 220,000 people!

Map of City of Stirling

It may surprise some when they realise how large the City of Stirling is. Some of the city’s major arterial roads run through it, such as Scarborough Beach Rd, Karrinyup Rd, Wanneroo Road, Main Street, and Alexander Drive. It also has the lovely destination beaches – Trigg, Scarborough and North Beach.

With an upcoming ‘second CBD’ development it is definitely a very popular council to live in and advertise in. With 98 panels scattered throughout it’s a major draw card. The illuminated shelters are modern and eye catching, with the added bonus of 24hr visibility in both daylight and being backlit at night.


Take advantage of our introductory 2 month special
(for existing yStop customers)

Introductory deals

See our Recommender Tool for locations
Price includes installation
Printing of posters only $45.00 +GST each

Book immediately for installation from the 2nd August. For more information call Jamie on 0417 543 704.


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