Get a great new truck and save a buck at Atchison Truck Sales. Since 1975, our business has provided affordable truck sales, maintenance and mobile repair services to customers throughout the Gosford region. Both new and used trucks can be purchased at our lot and we sell a wide range of spare parts for trucks, buses and trailers.
At Atchison Truck Sales, we are passionate about helping hard working Australian truckies carry out their work with confidence. We are licensed dealers for some of the world-leading manufacturers including Mercedes Benz, Freightliner, Mitsubishi and Fuso. Genuine parts for all these manufacturers can be purchased at our location, as well as Donaldson filtration products.
Keep on trucking with Atchison’s wide range of quality oils. Castrol and Cummins are among the acclaimed oil brands we showcase. Our business is also a licensed service dealer for Detroit oil and diesel.
When you are hauling goods on the open road, the last thing you want to deal with is a breakdown. Fortunately, Atchison offer a mobile breakdown and mechanic service along the M1 from Hornsby to Newcastle. Or if you prefer to bring your truck to us for servicing, our first rate facilities include a lube bay pit and truck hoist.
Ample parking is available at our lot.
Call or visit Atchison Truck Sales in Gosford today.
Gosford is a city located on the Central Coast of New South Wales about 76 km’s north of Sydney. In a beautiful setting surrounded by water it is situated at the northern extremity of Brisbane Water, an extensive northern branch of the Hawkesbury River estuary and Broken Bay. Brisbane Water, as it is known now, the predominant harbour area around the western side of Gosford, was the home of the coastal Guringai (Ku-ring-gai) people. The city is the third largest urban centre in New South Wales after Sydney and Newcastle and is therefore an important administrative, prosperous business and servicing town to the metropolitan region. The centre of Gosford has a strong retail and community precinct, with local café’s and restaurants, library and a central park. Built in 1848 from natural sandstone standing in Mann Street in the heart of town, is the “Old Courthouse”, the oldest recorded public building on the Coast and now home to the Central Coast Music Conservatorium. In contrast the modern state of the art Bluetongue Stadium can hold up to 20,000 spectators and is a unique multifunctional facility and home ground for the Central Coast Soccer Mariners. Sitting near the Rumbarala Reserve and the Buouddi National Park, locals and tourists can experience the natural beauty of bushland, or laze on the pristine beaches in the vicinity, including Terrigal, Avoca and Ettalong Beach, all popular holiday destinations for those escaping the big city.