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02 6654 20
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Handi-Hire Northern Beaches Reviews (2)

Rentals

3 years ago
Great range of items and vehicles for hire which include party and landscaping equipment. Get from A to B with one of their reliable utes, truck or everyday car. The equipment hire is also fantastic. Handi-Hire have so many different items to choose from! And then there is party hire too! Grab everything you need from Handi-Hire. Good friendly service and well priced.
James - Coffs Harbour

Friendly service, good items

3 years ago
Top blokes, real genuine who offer good, friendly service.The place to go if you require equipment for hire.They even include car and truck rentals.
Pete - Coffs Harbour

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  • Party equipment

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  • Event equipment hire

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Newest review for Handi-Hire Northern Beaches

Pete - Coffs Harbour
3 years ago

Friendly service, good items

Top blokes, real genuine who offer good, friendly service.The place to go if you require equipment for hire.They even include car and truck rentals.
About Woolgoolga, NSW
Woolgoolga is a town located on the Mid North Coast of New South Wales, on the Pacific Highway. The town was well-known for banana growing, but is also popular with tourists because of its temperate climate and proximity to the coast. There are also cafes and a pub where travellers driving through the Pacific Highway usually stop by. The town’s only pub, Seaview Tavern is known to have live band performances during the weekend. Having the largest Sikh population in Australia, Woolgoolga has two Gurdwaras or temples. Woolgoolga also hosts Curryfest, which is a large gathering honouring the local Sikh community. The festival usually attracts about 10,000 people yearly.