Car Service in St George QLD


Christmas trading hours: Maranoa Mechanical is available on-call 24/7 as per usual and the workshop is open on all regular business trading days (closed only on national holidays - December 25 and 26, and January 1, 2019). Schedule your car service online to ensure trouble free motoring during holiday season!

Rely on qualified technicians at Maranoa Mechanical for service you know you can trust.

Maranoa Mechanical has been servicing St George, QLD and the surrounding region for 7 years under the management of Brad Goldthorpe and Emily Martin. Highly regarded both locally and nationally, our business has grown to provide local customers and travellers with the services of 5 capable technicians and 3 customer service advisors who can help solve every query you have - at any hour. Our tilt tray tow truck is on call 24 hours of the day all week and you can call now!

Maranoa Mechanical team or technicians at front of workshop in St George 4487

Valued by trusted clients, Maranoa Mechanical has received the 2012 Repco Authorised Service Sally Saines Customer Service Award, which serves as further certification of the exceptional manner and client culture at the workshop.

Specialised Car Services

As an Approved Vehicle Inspection Station, Maranoa Mechanical can issue Roadworthy Certificates. Our fully qualified log book servicing ensures your car is in safe hands. Maranoa Mechanical provides professional repairs on all car makes and models, including Wheel Alignment, 4WD Service, Fleet Servicing, Towing, Air Conditioning (AU16528) and Auto Electrical. Book your car service online!

Maranoa Mechanical supplies and distributes Ironman 4x4 equipment and accessories in St George, QLD.

Iron Man 4x4

Drive your car to Maranoa Mechanical today!

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happy customer receives car from technician at Maranoa Mechanical

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Trading Hours: Open Monday to Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm and Saturdays from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm 

Specialist Car Services