Taylor & Stirling Blinds & Curtains have been servicing Ballarat, Daylesford, Ballan, Bacchus Marsh and the Victorian Central Highlands region since 1946. We have recently launched our second store based on Bruny Island supporting a mobile operation servicing southern Tasmanian including Huon Valley and channel.

With dedicated staff with over 110+ combined years in the blind and curtain trade,we believe we can offer you  service, second to none.  We are located at 22 Sturt, Ballarat in one of Ballarat’s historic buildings built in the early 1850’s and 100 Blink Bonny rd in Lunawanna on Bruny Island.  Our primary retail showrooms is located in the 22 Sturt St Buildng with a mobile showroom supporting Tasmania.  We can also come to you and do a in-home consultation with a selection of our product range.

YouTube Channel

We have been slowly working on our YouTube Channel.  Please check it out if you have a chance.

YouTube Channel


Ballarat Manufacturing

We pride ourselves on manufacturing locally in Ballarat which enables us to guarantee the quality of the workmanship.  If we cant manufacture locally we only source Australian Manufactured products. Taylor and Stirling customers have the peace of mind of knowing they are dealing directly with the manufacturer and can expect a professional and reliable service.

The History of Our Building

We moved into our new retail space in November 2013. The building has a been part of the Ballarat retail scene since the early 1850’s.  It was initially one of many local Iron Mongers, then they moved into Motor Cycles & Cycles, with the “Ballarat” motor cycle being built on the premises. A petrol browser was a fixture for many years allowing cars and motor cycles to fill up out the front.  In the late 1940’s in became the Malvern Star shop.  For many years if was the location of the The Courier printing press (being the home to the first colour printing press outside of Melbourne) and photo developing labs upstairs.  The WoolShop for a few years, then a Car Audio sales and installation.