Mareeba Auto Electrics
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Mareeba Auto Electrics

Automotive, Aircraft & Boating Electricals

Tuesday
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
1.7km Away
4 Reynolds St Mareeba QLD 4880
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Mareeba Auto Electrics Reviews (2)

Friendly service

a year ago
Staff was great gave me some options and got stuck straight in to the job, they didn't keep me waiting, and gave me a lift into town while they fixed the car.
David Affleck - Mareeba,QLD

Very Helpful!

3 years ago
Very decent guys. They helped me out with a small lead problem and didn't even charge me. Will certainly use their services when the need arises.
Melissa - Tablelands

Products

  • UHF radios
  • Car stereo's
  • Antenna's
  • Bearings
  • Seals
  • Fan belts
  • Hydraulic hoses
  • Led lighting
  • Spotlights
  • Alternators
  • Starters
  • Trailer parts
  • Batteries
  • Battery chargers

Services

  • Auto electrics
  • Auto computer diagnostics
  • Auto air conditioning
  • Hydraulics
  • Spare parts

Specialties

  • Automotive computer diagnostics

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About Mareeba Auto Electrics

Mareeba Auto Electrics offer auto air-conditioning and automotive computer diagnostic services in Mareeba.

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Newest review for Mareeba Auto Electrics

David Affleck - Mareeba,QLD
a year ago

Friendly service

Staff was great gave me some options and got stuck straight in to the job, they didn't keep me waiting, and gave me a lift into town while they fixed the car.
About Mareeba, QLD
A town in Far North Queensland, Mareeba is located on the Atherton Tableland and falls under the jurisdiction of the local government area of the Shire of Mareeba. It sits 417 metres above sea level at the junction of Granite Creek, Emerald Creek and Barron River. Before the Europeans settled in the area around the town, it was inhabited by the Muluridji people who hunted around Mount Carbine, Mareeba, Rumula and Woodville. The town’s name came from a local Aboriginal word which means “meeting of the waters.” Mareeba is home to several heritage-listed sites, such as the Rail Bridge over Christmas Creek, Tyrconnel Mine and Battery, Mareeba Shire Hall and Assay Office & Store. Aside from tourism, various crops such as coffee, nuts, fruits and vegetables, as well as poultry and cattle, all contribute to the economy of Mareeba.