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McCormick Upholstery

Where quality & award-winning upholstery starts

Open
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
0.6km Away
4/27 Coronation Ave Nambour QLD 4560
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McCormick Upholstery Reviews (1)

Absolute Quality and Workmanship

a year ago
I have had many jobs done by McCormick Upholstery. From cars to my furniture the quality workmanship and customer service is outstanding.
Paul - Nambour

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  • Furniture, automotive marine & caravan upholstery

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About McCormick Upholstery

McCormick Upholstery creates, designs, customises and fabricates products with intricate detail. We aim to provide the highest quality products for our customers through a high standard of quality through our experience, skills and workmanship.

Our Sunshine Coast workshop can repair and customise automotive upholstery from hot-rods, classics, soft-tops, vinyl roofs to ute, truck tonneau covers and interiors and a lot more.

We also do caravan upholstery from seating, full fit outs including cabinetry to annexes and shade cloth annexes. We offer a customised upholstery service for boats and other watercrafts as well. We have you covered.

Our services don’t stop there. We provide furniture upholstery, reupholster, recover and manufacture of lounges, sofa bed, recliners, cushions and everything else in between.

Contact McCormick Upholstery today to discuss your next upholstery project with affordable prices and a quick turnaround, you won’t be disappointed. Call today.

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Newest review for McCormick Upholstery

Paul - Nambour
a year ago

Absolute Quality and Workmanship

I have had many jobs done by McCormick Upholstery. From cars to my furniture the quality workmanship and customer service is outstanding.
About Nambour, QLD
Nambour is a small town is South East Queensland. It lies 101 km’s north of the state capital Brisbane. It is nestled in the subtropical hinterland of the Sunshine Coast at the foot of the Blackall Range. It is currently the administrative centre of the Sunshine Coast region. A short drive from the infamous “Big Pineapple” it is directly off the M1 Bruce Highway. First called “Petries Creek” but later changed to Nambour, the name originates from the Aboriginal word “naamba” which refers to the red lowering bottle-brush in the areas surrounds. Nambour is the central business district of the Sunshine Coast and highly residential with the industries in town primarily tourism and the growing of tropical fruits. Situated close by is the Queensland Governments Maroochy Research Station. A major subtropical fruit and nut research and extension centre. Established in 1945, it has a laboratory, glasshouses, netted orchards, postharvest cool-rooms and a biotechnology facility. Nambour is also referred to as a “Transition Town”, this is a grass roots community movement that seeks to raise awareness and create positive outcomes to help mitigate the ongoing effects of climate change and peak oil within the local community. Nambour has a support infrastructure across the city including, private and state schools, a hospital, aged care facilities, parks a golf course and is serviced by Queensland Rail with a major train station connecting to other Sunshine Coast towns and Brisbane. There are several major shopping centres, trendy cafés and restaurants and some individual eclectic shopping experiences such as bookstores, retro and vintage clothing, and arts and crafts. Nambour’s unique heritage is showcased in the Nambour Museum, where life can be experienced through the generations since the first settlers arrived and visitors can learn about the major industries gone by, such as sugar cane and telecommunications.
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