Ph: (08) 9249 8578   

132 Beringarra Avenue Malaga W.A. 6090

Welcome to our website. Our aim in setting this website up is to provide a comprehensive online catalogue of all the ropes, cords, twines, nets and ladders that we hold in stock. If the product you are after is not listed please contact sales on:

Ph: (08) 9249 8578
Fax: (08) 9248 9469
Perth, Western Australia


Good quality, competitively priced products combined with old fashioned service and a comprehensive local stock holding has made us one of the leading wholesalers of ropes and cords in Australia.

Established in 1995 in Perth, Western Australia as a rope and cordage importer and distributor we stock a large and diverse range of ropes, cords, twines and tie-down nets. Rope Nets, Ladders and Non-Standard Tie Down Nets made to order. Wherever possible we try to supply Australian Made product. Made to order ropes, cords and twines generally take 4 weeks to deliver if Australian made and 12 weeks if made overseas.

We wholesale to most industries including Industrial, Mining, Hardware, Canvas, Marine and Manufacturing.

Splicing: Splicing services available—3 Strand, 8 Strand, Double Braid, P.O.A.

UV Stabilised: All synthetic ropes are UV stabilised.

Packaging: Ropes are packaged either on a flanged spool or as a shrink wrapped coil. Cords are packaged on a flanged spool. Twines are usually reeled onto an inner tube.

Test certificates can be provided upon request.

Lengths: Non standard lengths and sizes available on request.

Break Strength (B/S): Where breaking strengths are quoted they are based either on the Australian rope standards or in the absence of standards the manufacturers stated breaking strength. They are approximate and for comparison purposes only and cannot engage the responsibility of WA Ropes & Hardware. We reserve the right to change them without prior notice. Where break strength is critical please request specific details when placing order. Splices will generally decrease the break strength by approximately 10%. The minimum breaking force should never be considered as the safe working load of the rope.

Weights: All reference to unit weights are approximate only.