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About us

One of Australia’s most long-standing and trusted homeware brands, Raymor is the preferred choice for plumbers, builders, architects and homeowners alike.
During its 70 year history Raymor has built a reputation for innovation, quality and design excellence. From sleek, smooth lines to contemporary class, Raymor is proud to have played a leading role in creating the character of Australian bathrooms, kitchens and laundries.

We have stood strong in our beliefs of classic design, superior engineering, low maintenance and outstanding value to deliver more reliability, more quality and more style.

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In all the best places

As a leader in design, functionality and innovation, Raymor has been the first choice for many tradesmen, architects, designers and home owners.

Darling Harbour’s Novotel Hotel and Sydney’s Grosvenor Place have both trusted Raymor to deliver quality to their visitors; however, it is our installation in Canberra’s Parliament House that we are most proud of.

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Some well-known locations showcasing our products include:

  • Australian Defence Force Academy, Canberra
  • Australian Defence Force Academy, Canberra
  • Warner Brother Movie World and Studios, Gold Coast
  • Homebush Athletic/Aquatic Olympic Centres, Sydney
  • Convention & Exhibition Centres, Adelaide and Melbourne
  • Riverside Project, Brisbane
  • Shell House, Melbourne


Founded in 1947, Raymor was a privately owned company manufacturing and distributing innovative and quality tapware. In 1995, GE Crane & Sons acquired the business and by 2005 had expanded the range to include all homeware and plumbing accessories including bathroom, kitchen and laundry products to complement the existing tapware offer.

Widely known within the building and architecture industries, Raymor continues to produce high-quality products to meet the demanding requirements of modern design in Australian homes and projects.