ND & JA Giles | Strathalbyn, Australia

Milnes Road, Strathalbyn SA 5255, Australia

About us

N.D. & J.A. Giles is a family owned and operated business which has been servicing the Fleurieu Peninsula and surrounding areas for over 35 years. Started by Nigel and his wife Judy, the business had humble beginnings down on the shores of Lake Alexandrina at Milang. Starting out doing mechanical repairs of various nature it wasn’t long before Nigel took on franchises from John Shearer, Horwood Bagshaw and later Ford Tractors. For what was becoming an increasingly growing business due to Nigel’s uncompromising attitude to customer service, it wasn’t long before the business had outgrown its surroundings at Milang. In 1992 the business moved to where it is located today at Milnes Road, Strathalbyn, where it continues to grow and satisfy our customers ever changing needs. Many more franchises have been added to the ND & JA Giles banner to cater for the diverse needs of the district’s land use. With uses including broadacre, hay, dairy, market gardening, viticulture and horticulture and with the backing and support of all our suppliers and the willingness and work ethics that Nigel has in stowed into all the team at N.D. & J.A. Giles we believe that there is no bridge we wouldn’t cross to satisfy our customers and their needs. Give us a call and find out for yourself today!

 

Nathan:

Phone: 08 8536 3455

Email: 

Phone: 08 8536 3455

 

Nathan:

Phone: 08 8536 3455

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