Custom Booklet Printing Services in Australia: Tailored Sizes and Binding Options

Best quality printing booklets

High-quality booklet printing.

Printbooks is a Melbourne-based company that specializes in providing top-notch booklet printing services. With our advanced technology and skilled team, we offer various types of booklets including saddle stitch and perfect bound. We guarantee that each booklet is produced with the utmost quality and delivered within the agreed timeframe. Our extensive range of paper stocks and finishes ensures that we can meet all your booklet printing requirements and experience the Printbooks difference.

Stocks for booklet printing

Wide range of stocks & finishes.

We provide a wide selection of stocks and finishes for our booklet printing services to ensure that the appearance of your booklet is as important as its content. Our range includes uncoated, gloss, silk, and recycled stocks, ranging from 80gsm to 350gsm. Additionally, we offer matt, gloss and velvet laminates to enhance the look and durability of your booklet. With our comprehensive options, you can personalize the look and feel of your booklet to suit your specific needs and make it stand out from the others. If you have any queries, feel free to call us and speak to one of our booklet printing experts.

Saddle stitched & perfect bound booklets

Perfect binding, Saddle stitching and more.

We provide a variety of booklet binding options to meet your requirements. Our  saddle stitching technique is popular for booklets with fewer pages, while perfect binding creates a polished and professional look for thicker booklets. For booklets that need to lay flat or rotate 360 degrees, our spiral/wiro binding option is the best choice. We also offer hole punching and ring binder binding options. Our knowledgeable team can assist you in selecting the appropriate binding method to ensure that your booklet looks and operates exactly as you want it to. If you have any questions, please contact us to speak with one of our booklet printing experts.


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