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Gibbsy’s Automotives

A team you can trust

Open Today
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
1.1km Away
4 Wedd St Stuart Park NT 0820
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Gibbsy’s Automotives Reviews (1)

Car Repair

2 years ago
Thank you for you help today Gibby and the options you gave me. One honest firm I would highly recommend.
Wayne - Darwin

Services

  • Motor mechanical repairs
  • Rego checks
  • Car service
  • Brake repairs

Specialties

  • Handling land rovers

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About Gibbsy’s Automotives

Since 1995, Gibbsy's Automotives has been providing our clients in the Darwin area with high-quality support when it comes to motor mechanical repairs. We specialise in working on all 4WD’s, but we can also provide excellent service for all types of commercial vehicles in Darwin.

Our team has accumulated more than 50 years of experience in the motor industry, and we guarantee you expertise when it comes to motor mechanical repairs. We can diagnose and repair the problems that might arise in your vehicle, from broken engines to weakened brakes and suspension. We have a workshop that allows our mechanics to do motor mechanical repairs using specialised equipment needed to bring your car to top shape.

We can also do rego checks to make sure that your car is working properly before you go off to your next adventure in the great outdoors.

At Gibbsy's Automotives in Darwin, we provide excellent motor mechanical repairs for all makes and models. Call us in advance so that we can schedule service for your car or land rovers.

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Newest review for Gibbsy’s Automotives

Wayne - Darwin
2 years ago

Car Repair

Thank you for you help today Gibby and the options you gave me. One honest firm I would highly recommend.
About Stuart Park, NT
Stuart Park is a suburban town located in the local government area of the City of Darwin in the Northern Territory. The suburb’s name is in reference to it being a part of the nearby town of Parap. Stuart Park was one of the local Progress Associations being established in 1950. The suburb used to be a park or camp site in Parap, but it fully became a separate area and was subsequently named after John McDouall Stuart. Today, the suburb is generally a residential community that is in close proximity to several public facilities and amenities. These include the Stuart Park Primary School, St. Johns College, the Darwin Middle School and the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory.