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Roadside guardrails are important for low and high traffic areas where speed limits range from 50 km/h – 110 km/h.

Guardrails help to protect:




Guardrails not only protect drivers and their vehicles from the detrimental effects of rebounding, vaulting or rolling over, they also offer protection to pedestrians and property.

Metal Fencing Specialists supply and install road barriers which meet Australian standards and have been adopted for use nationwide. We offer a range of guardrail systems which can be custom designed to suit any type of road configuration.

Our licenced installers have over 35 years of experience performing installations for all types of roads and are highly trained in carrying out repairs on barriers and end terminals, to restore road safety promptly and effectively.

Our years of experience coupled with our great customer service has allowed us to gain long term contracts with councils and private companies, who appreciate our premium quality road barrier products and the expertise of our installers.

For more information on our range of guardrails for sale or our other road barrier safety products, select a product below. Or for an obligation free quote, contact us today on 1300 904 284.

Our Range of Guardrails

RAMSHIELD® Guardrail

RAMSHIELD® guardrail is an innovative, high-energy containment road barrier known for its simplicity and performance.

RAMSHIELD® roadside guardrail installation on road
W-Beam Guardrail with C-Posts​ near train station and security fencing

W-Beam Guardrail with C-Posts

The W-Beam Guardrail system is the most commonly used roadside safety barrier system Australia-wide.

Thrie-Beam with C-Posts

Thrie-Beam Guardrail has a post and block design which reduces wheel snagging and the possibility of the vehicle hurdling over the barrier.

Thrie beam barrier with c posts on road near trees
BIKER-SHIELD™ Guardrail​ on road with silver finish


BIKER-SHIELD™ motorcycle safety barrier attaches to the w-beam guardrail and is designed to reduce the impact severity for motorbike riders who collide with the barrier.

Brifen® Wire Rope Safety Barrier

The Brifen Wire Rope Road Barrier system has been fully crash-tested to meet MASH Test Level 3 and is widely recognised as the leading wire rope safety barrier across the world.

Brifen® Wire Rope road Safety Barrier​
T-18 Log Rail Guardrail​ on road near trees

T-18 Log Rail Guardrail

T-18 Log Rail is a fully crash-tested road barrier which provides superior impact protection while displaying an aesthetically appealing look which compliments the surrounding environment.


Ezy-Guard Smart guardrail crash barriers impose lower forces to the impacting vehicle than traditional guardrail crash barriers.

Ingal Ezy-Guard​ Guardrail on road near grass
Terminals​ at the end of guardrails on main road


Guardrail end terminals are the specially designed end pieces of a W-Beam or Thrie-Beam safety barrier system.

Crash Cushions

Crash cushions are designed to protect motorists from impacting the end of concrete barriers, bridge piers and other hazards.

Crash Cushions​ installed on main road
Bridge barrier installation on highway

Connection to Bridges

A connection to bridge is also known as a bridge approach and provides continuity of protection between two barrier systems.

ARMCO® Railguard™️ Guardrail

ARMCO® Guardrail is a flexible vehicular safety barrier system that can be installed on curves and has high impact resistance.

ARMCO® Railing on road around shops

MASH Testing

MASH stands for the Manual for Assessing Safety Hardware and was originated in the US. Here in Australia, Austroads Safety Barrier Assessment Panel (The Panel) accepted MASH as the new testing standard in 2018 and it is now used for the purpose of testing and evaluating road safety barriers.

There are five different Test Levels for categorising guardrails ranging from TL1 to TL5, learn more about these levels below.


1,100 kg & 2,270 kg at 100 km/h
36,000 kg at 80 km/h


1,100 kg & 2,270 kg at 100km/h
10,000 kg at 90 km/h


1,100 kg & 2,270 kg at 100km/h


1,100 kg & 2,270 kg at 70km/h


1,100 kg & 2,270 kg at 50km/h