Where Are We?
Located 12 minutes drive from the CBD just off the Princess Freeway, Gordon Luck
Avenue is off Dohertys Road. Enter at Gate 2 for Passenger and Commercial
There is ample parking and an on site café open to all visitors.
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On Site Services
On Site Finance Office
Fully Serviced Restaurant
Large off street car park
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On Site Finance Facilities
Finance is provided by carloans.com.au. They have an office at our Altona site.
To get pre-approved for finance, either call 1300 889 669 or
click here to apply for finance
Where do these vehicles come from?
Government Vehicles are sourced from a wide variety of places:
If a vehicle was purchased under a federal or state government contract, then it
is eligible to be sold at a government auction.
Government suppliers include:
Fire & Emergency Services
Religious Groups & other Non-profit Organisations
Universities & other Education Organisations
Hospitals & Ambulance Services
What types of vehicles are they?
As you would expect, a wide range of makes and models are offered with varying
ages and kilometres. Everything from family sedans and station wagons, to
hatchbacks, 4WDs, mini buses, vans and other light commercial vehicles. The
vast majority of vehicles would be approximately 2 - 3 years old and with
approximately 40,000 - 60,000 kms. Most manufacturers are represented including
Fords, Holdens, Toyotas, Mitsubishis and others. Detailed information can be
obtained by viewing our online catalogue listing vehicles available for the
Are they in “good” condition?
Government bodies take great pride in the maintenance of their vehicles. You
will find most vehicles come complete with owner's manual and service history.
The majority of vehicles sold through the Government Auctions are still under
manufacturers warranty and many are supplied with a Roadworthy Certificate.