Fitted while we waited for it be completed. Friendly staff.
H Pratt - Cassowary Coast
a year ago
Edward Ketchell - Tully, QLD
3 years ago
The guys here give a great service to their customers, always have my car serviced here, their pricing is very affordable, and they not only do servicing but have other products in store for your car also, everything in one stop and one place makes it very convenient.
Jessica - Cassowary Coast
EFS enhanced 4WD suspension
Mickey Thompson tyres
Mechanical repairs for all car makes, models & 4WDs
4 wheel drive accessories
Steering, exhaust, batteries
Auto electrical service
Automotive air conditioning
After hours service for tyres
Auto electrical & air conditioning
All farm servicing — tyres
Capricorn Society Member
Fully licensed & insured
About Dore’s Goodyear Autocare Tully
When you need qualified motor mechanics on the Cassowary Coast, you need Dore’s Goodyear Autocare Tully. We cater for all makes and models of cars and 4WDs.
Our workshop is equipped to perform a range of engine diagnostics, as well as logbook servicing and mechanical repairs. We have the latest mechanical equipment available to check your auto electrics and engine, allowing us to find any faults and correct them for you.
Dore’s Goodyear Autocare Tully are Cassowary Coast tyre specialists. We stock a range of brands, including Goodyear and Mickey Thompson. We can also perform wheel alignments. Dore’s offer after hours service for tyres and can service the tyre needs of our farming customers.
We offer a complete auto electrical service, including installation of LED lights and reversing cameras. Our workshop also has a variety of 4-wheel drive accessories, including EFS enhanced 4WD suspension.
Whatever your tyre or mechanical needs, we’ll keep you running. Dore’s Goodyear Autocare Tully is your one-stop mechanical shop.
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One of the larger towns of the Cassowary Coast Region in Queensland, Tully sits next to the Bruce Highway at 210 kilometres north of Townsville. It’s also 142 kilometres away from Cairns and 1,569 kilometres away from Brisbane. Originally called Banyan, the town was eventually renamed after the Tully River, which in turn was named after William Alcock Tully, the Surveyor-General of Queensland in the 1870s. Agriculture is the main source of income in the area, with sugarcane and banana being the main crops. Tully is known for being one of the wettest towns in Australia, with an average annual rainfall of over 4,000 millimeters. With that much rainfall, Tully River, with its excellent rapids, makes an ideal spot for white water rafting. Outside the main street in town, there also stands a monument called The Golden Gumboot as a tribute to Tully’s climate.