With over 10 years experience and the largest range, CTA is Australia’s leading designer, manufacturer and installer of innovative and patented Tactile Indicators.

Every Substrate. Every Style. Every Project.

As a market leader and specialist, CTA is the only Australian company with a full complement of DDA compliant public access systems. All our tactile indicators are designed to the requirements of AS1428.4 and come with marketing leading warranties. We have a solution for every project and can offer options to minimise cost and enhance the appearance of the finished construction.

Tactile Indicators - CobbleTac Integrated Tactile Pavers

CobbleTac® Inlaid Integrated
Tactile Paving

CobbleTac® inlaid integrated tactile pavers are naturally beautiful, manufactured from Porcelain, PreCast Concrete or Granite. CobbleTac® tactile pavers offer excellent slip resistance and integrate perfectly with streetscapes, parks and squares.

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SureSteel® Architectural Tactile
Indicator Range

SureSteel® tactile indicators offer the highest quality, stunning appearance, ease of installation and the highest level of safety. SureSteel® is available in multiple styles and as both discrete studs and integrated plates.

PolyGuide Tactile Indicators

Coloured Polymeric

The PolyGuide® range of tactile indicators includes integrated rubber pads, plastic peel&stick and individual plastic studs. PolyGuide® offers a multitude of colour options and install methods for all substrates.

PolyGuide Tactile Indicators

Austact® Rail
Tactile Guidance

The Austact® lock stud range of tactile indicators have extreme tensile strength and a patented spigot design that locks out moisture. Austact® offers a multitude of colour options with excellent slip resistance that lasts the lifetime of the product.

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Australian Tactile Indicator Standards

AS1428.4.1-2009 Design for access and mobility

Tactile Indicator use is governed by Australian standard AS1428 – Design for access and mobility – ensuring consistent application of Tactile Indicators so users can be confident that the cues and warnings provided correctly reflect the nature of the space they are navigating. The standard defines a variety of criteria including the luminance contrast, tactile size and shape, tactile layout and the minimum distance between the tactile area and potential hazard