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Let’s Get Towing

If you call, we will haul!

Open 24hrs
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Kurri Kurri NSW 2327
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Mobile
0402 57 66
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Services

  • 24/7 all types of towing
  • Emergency call outs
  • Accident towing
  • Breakdown service
  • Show car transportation
  • Local & long distance towing
  • Fast service

Specialties

  • Salvage & recovery
  • Machinery towing

Licences

Tow truck licence no: 14072

Payment Methods

Cash
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About Let’s Get Towing

Whether you need local or long distance towing services in Maitland, the team at Let’s Get Towing are here to help you.

Our locally owned and operated towing business offer services for domestic and commercial industries. Accident towing, breakdown towing, boat towing, general towing, and motorcycle towing are just some of our services.

Our experienced tow truck drivers also provide machinery towing in the Hunter Valley, Cessnock and Maitland. In addition, we can provide professional salvage and recovery work for an affordable price.

Our expertise in all these service areas is the direct result of more than 25 years combined industry experience.

For our customers' convenience our services are available for emergency callouts 24/7.

Contact Let’s Get Towing for 24/7 towing or salvage services throughout Maitland today. We are prompt, efficient and will handle your vehicle or machinery with care.

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About Kurri Kurri, NSW
Kurri Kurri is a small town located in the Hunter Region of New South Wales. The Hunter Expressway bypasses the town with a direct exit leading directly into the main commercial precinct. Founded in 1902 the town was built to service the collieries and mining community at the time. The impressive 3 story Kurri Kurri Hotel is one of several buildings constructed during the era of mining prosperity along with the Empire Hotel and the Edgeworth David Museum contains 5000 heritage items representing rural and coal field artefacts from the region. With an economy now based primarily on tourism and wineries in the region, the town has a visitor information centre in the heart of the main street to accommodate travellers. Kurri Kurri is also renowned as the “town of murals”, a highlight for visitors that gives them the opportunity to view a pictorial journey showcasing the history in the region through beautiful public art pieces. The area houses a Community Centre, Bowls Club, Aquatic Centre, Hospital and a variety of other local amenities and small businesses including a range of primary and high school options for residents. A unique event in its second decade is the Kurri Kurri Nostalgia Festival. Now established as one of the Hunter Regions premier festivals and features all things rock n roll, cars, music, fashion and dancing attracting visitors annually and appealing to all ages.
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