As providers of the Ambulance service within the Northern Territory, St John Ambulance maintains two fully qualified professional mechanical & Fleet Service centres based in Darwin and Alice Springs to ensure our emergency fleet is operational at all times.
St John Ambulance is committed to the health and safety of our community and as such has extended access to our experienced Mechanical and Fleet Service centres to the broader community to ensure your vehicles are maintained to the highest standard.
Our Mechanical & Fleet centres provide a wide range of services for individual vehicles or business fleet vehicles. All profits made from our Mechanical and Fleet Service centres support our dedicated Volunteers to allow them to serve the local community.
Our auto repairs, modifications and services cover:
- Servicing and repairs for all makes and models
- Safety checks and buyer inspections
- Certified Motor Vehicle Registration (MVR) checks and approvals
- Vehicle, bus and wheelchair bus modifications compliant with MVR regulations
- Accessory installation such as bull bars, tow bars, roof racks and more
- Ambulance builds from design to engineer approvals and complete fit out
Find our workshops in:
7 Raphael Rd, Winnellie
(Behind the Thirsty Camel)
(08) 8922 4435
(08) 8950 0600
Our Workshop Manager, Mark O’Shaughnessy, prides himself on quality workmanship and more than 30 years of keeping St John NT’s emergency ambulance fleet on the road 24/7. With St John NT’s quality assurance comes peace of mind that your vehicle is maintained by qualified and professional mechanics committed to the highest safety standards.
We help everyone, from people looking for value for money work on their personal car, truck or motorbike, to corporate and government fleet managers looking for consistency and reliability. We have serviced corporate and government clients like:
- WA Health
- NT Government: Department of Health
- Katherine West
- Conoco Phillips
- Site Med
- Life Without Barriers
- Sunrise Health Services
As a not-for-profit organisation all St John NT funds go back into Territory community-based programs like keeping our volunteers at your community events, teaching kids vital first aid skills through our FREE First Aid in Schools program.