Security Checked Locksmiths
All Master Locksmiths are Police Checked or hold a valid Security License
Registered & Insured Locksmiths
All Master Locksmiths are registered businesses and have public liability and professional insurance
All Master Locksmiths have approved Qualifications
A Career as a Locksmith
Today’s locksmiths go well beyond locks and keys, drawing their business from a variety of sectors, including residential, commercial, government or automotive. As such, the tasks of a locksmith… Read More
The Master Locksmiths Access Key (MLAK) has been installed at railway
stations, accessible toilets in council facilities and changing places,
as well as adaptive playground equipment such as the Liberty Swing to allow people with disabilities to access dedicated public facilities 24 hours a
day… Read More
Find a Certified Locksmith with the Master Locksmiths Association of Australasia (MLAA) Search utility!
The Master Locksmiths Association (MLAA) is recognised and respected as the peak organisation for locksmithing professionals in Australia and New Zealand. Our over 700 Business Members provide a vast array of locksmithing services to the public, whether it be corporate, residential or personal. The modern-day locksmith does so much more than cutting keys or fitting new locks. Locksmiths install alarms, crack open safes, program keys and remotes, gain entry to those locked out of cars and their homes, install locks, clone transponders, design restricted master key systems, forensic locksmithing services, fit doors and provide security advice.
Locksmiths can also access patented security key-systems, where a purpose-built security system can be installed allowing for a whole range of scenarios including access permissions, date/time access control, key expiry and more. Whether it be an old-fashioned master-key system or wireless electronic system, MLAA members can access exclusive profiles ensuring a securely maintained system.
Engaging the services of an MLAA Member for your locksmithing or security needs; you can be sure that you are dealing with a locksmith who is a qualified and experienced security industry professional, is licensed to operate as a locksmith under relevant State and Territory security industry legislation and abides by an established code of ethics and code of conduct.
If you’re looking for a certified and fully insured professional locksmith — an automotive locksmith, a safe opening specialist, an alarm expert or a locksmith to simply help you install new locks on your doors — make sure you use the Master Locksmiths Association ‘Find a Locksmith‘ search utility on your PC or mobile phone to find your nearest Local Locksmith that is a member of the Master Locksmiths Association.