Prop making Sydney
DecoWorks prop making services can help you solve all the props requirements for your next theatrical production, promotion or display. Our demonstrated expertise in providing quality prop making services guarantees you the best value for money around. We specialise in theatrical prop making and design by drawing on the experience gained from twenty years of making props and designing theatrical effects for Opera Australia in Sydney. We can provide advice on the best way to approach your requirements if you have budget restraints.
Some examples of the quality and variety of our past projects can be found following the links listed below.
Wayside Chapel Flying Heart
Giant 3D Wayside Chapel logo with animated flapping wings operated by compressed air.
Produced most props for the world premiere of Doctor Zhivago which opened at the Sydney Lyric Theatre in February 2011.
Prop Japanese Lanterns
Five large Japanese lantern props were made for Opera Queensland's 2012 production of "The Mikado".
Motorised Santa Sleigh
A Santa sleigh prop was required that fitted over the top of a mobility scooter so it looked like Santa was riding around in a motorised sleigh.
Prop Japanese Fans
Built for Queensland Opera's 2012 production of The Mikado. The seven fans were three metres in diameter.
Cosplay Janna's Staff
This fibreglass "League of Legends" Janna's staff cosplay prop was made for use at the PAX convention held in Melbourne in July 2013.
Nugget Display Prop
A display prop of the Holtermann gold nugget formed part of the "Greatest Wonder of the World" exhibition which was held at the State Library of NSW in February 2013.
A winter fashion promotion featured the models interacting with oversize alphabet letters spelling WINTER.
A selection of small hand props built for the new stage production of the 52 Storey Tree House, a very popular children's book series.
Several small props, including a practical letter box and coat rack, were built for a Christmas show. Shown here are X14 shields which spell Merry Christmas.
Dancers Costume Props
Several costume props were made for the Sydney Dance Company in March 2010 when they presented the world premiere of "Are We That We Are" created and directed by Adam Linder.
Red Highchair Prop
This oversize high chair stood two metres tall and was designed to comfortably seat an adult. It was built from a concept drawing provided by the client.
Reindeer Activity Prop
This Santa's reindeer feed bag game was made to entertain children in the lead up to Christmas. They had to throw balls into a reindeer feed bag to win prizes.
Daguerreotype Camera Prop
This practical prop daguerreotype camera was built for "The Greatest Wonder of the World" exhibition held at the State Library.
Prop Street Signs
X9 full size street signs with detachable, double-sided signs for a fashion promotion.