About Us

We are a family business that started their footwear history back in 1949...


Our workshop

Being a son of a highly respected footwear designer of the 60's and 70's and spending many of my primary and secondary school holidays in a footwear factory, it was no surprise I would end up in manufacturing or providing footwear.

After being indoctrinated into fashion footwear during the mid to late 70's and being introduced and employed within an Orthopaedic Footwear and Prosthetic and Orthotic Service in a Government Department in the early 80's, it was apparent that footwear and people with foot and lower limb disabilities was to be my future vocation.

Having the experience in both areas of footwear provision is unique and it provides our individual clients with not only an educated and evaluated service and product, but also one that hopefully meets their aesthetic approval.

Our Goal at "Footwear Solutions" is to provide a Pedorthic Service that you will recommend to your family and friends, if the need arises. 

This is achieved by;

*Maintaining our focus on your needs.

*Continually improving our skills and education as required for Pedorthic Certification.

*Learn from every client, so we can improve for the next one.

*Try to exceed your expectation of what we can do.









Genni will arrange your appointment and direct you through all the processes and provide you with the information you need for any financial  assistance you may be entitled to, in obtaining our unique Pedorthic service at Footwear Solutions.

Brad is our skilled artisan and has been a critical part of Footwear Solutions for 5 years. His care to detail, combined with accomplished craftsmanship, ensures your footwear are finished correct and looking great.

Being an active long term member of the Australian Pedorthic Association and completing the national certification in  'Custom Pedorthics', our small business has become a requested and accepted Allied Health Service provider within the Health Industry.   http://www.pedorthics.org.au


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