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art and mirror framing Caringbah
art and mirror framing specialist
Art picture framer
picture framing company


Art & Mirror Framing offers a complete custom framing service. You name it, we frame it! 


We are based in Caringbah in the Sutherland Shire – conveniently located within Caringbah Business District. We have parking out the front and it is easily accessible. 


Our very happy customers are from all over the Sutherland Shire region – Cronulla, Woolooware, Lilli Pilli, Caringbah, Taren Point, Miranda, Gymea, Sutherland, Engadine, Oyster Bay, Jannali, Como, Bonnet Bay, Sylvania, Kareela, Bundeena, Woronora, Menai – and some from even further afar whom are more than happy to travel the extra distance for our professional framing services and advice.


Using excellent quality timbers, we have 100′s of different style frames to choose from to suit your needs. From classical to modern, to ornate and more. Our qualified framers in our workshop at Caringbah will be able to assist you with your special piece.


We are a full service framing company offering framing delivery, hanging service available and FREE advice and quotes.


If you’re looking to redecorate your home, office, restaurant or hotel call us today to get our expert help.


We frame anything you can think of, and more!!


picture framing service
Trevor Farrell

Art & Mirror Framing was established in Beverly Hills NSW in 1976, and some 20 years later was purchased by Trevor Farrell.


By the late 90's, his business had outgrown the small premises and relocated to the Sutherland Shire at Unit 21 65 - 75 Captain Cook Drive Caringbah.


With running a very successful business, Trevor manages to occasionally find the time to volunteer with Youth Off The Streets by taking small groups of disadvantaged youths on canoeing trips alongside other volunteers. 

His love of canoeing is proudly displayed with two of his prized possessions hanging high in the Caringbah showroom one of which he hand crafted over many hours.

In 2015, Trevor paddled the other canoe 2000km for 43 consecutive days down the Murray River from Yarrawonga Victoria to Goolwa in South Australia. A total of 15 paddlers accompanied Trevor on his journey, each paddling between 4 days to 7 days at a time. Raising over an astonishing $41,000, a tired and very weary Trevor proudly disembarked his canoe and much to his surprise, was greeted by his loving family.

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