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Dalby Radiator Works

Dalby, QLD 4405


Natrad Franchise Of The Year

Nationally Recognized Specialist In Radiators, Air-Conditioning & Cooling Systems.

Don't Swelter In The Heat! Come In & Let Us Keep You & Your Vehicle Cool This Summer!

DALBY RADIATOR WORKS will supply and install new and reconditioned radiators, intercoolers and oil-coolers for all vehicles and machinery. We are the experts in radiators for all types of machinery, including high performance and reconditioned cars, trucks and tractors. An optimally designed and operating engine cooling system is essential for exceptional performance and increased life expectancy of any vehicle.

Your air-conditioning and heating systems also plays an important role on thermal comfort and safety in year round conditions. In addition to specialising in machinery radiators, we also provide all current vehicle heating and air-conditioning services and products available.

Our highly skilled and experienced cooling system technicians with over 20 year’s experience will carry out expert diagnosis, fitting, cleaning, repairs and more.

Bring your car into our Dalby workshop to ensure that you are getting the best performance out of your machinery’s heating and cooling systems.


Dalby Radiator Works was established by Mr Rex Parker in 1952 and commenced trading in Penny Lane, off Patrick Street and later moved to 1 Hunter Street adjacent to the Dalby railway station. This was a vital era for railway freight and so in this position could access radiators coming from western areas and also allow for radiators to be sent out to customers by train.

In 1971 the business changed hands and ran under the control of Mr Martin Shepherd until around 1974 when Mr Rex Redding purchased it. 

In 1982, Mr Redding moved the business to the corner of Eileen and Dan Sts, previously the Golden Fleece Service Station.

The current owners, Rob and Karen Stewart, purchased Dalby Radiator Works in 1994.

During 1996, Dalby Radiator Works expanded its operation by opening Goondiwindi Radiator Works after the retirement of the very respected Norm Hilderson who had run H & H Radiators in Goondiwindi for many years. Throughout that time both Dalby Radiator Works and Goondiwindi Radiator Works achieved Quality Assurance Standard.  

In 2003 the company won a Workplace Health & Safety award for best workplace practices in Qld and acted as a mentor to the set standards throughout the radiator industry.

2006 saw Dalby Radiator Works move towards incorporating Automotive air-conditioning into its workshop when it was granted its National Refrigerant Trading Authorisation (AU12501) and staff achieved National Refrigerant Handling Licenses. The business of Dalby Radiator Works has continued to grow over the years so a decision was made to expand the workshop and relocate to a bigger site.

In 2010, a commercial block was purchased in the industrial estate on Loudoun Road/Moonie Highway along-side other well-known Dalby businesses. This block is historically known as the Telecom depot which in its time was home to 40 staff who serviced western Queensland. It is also thought that the existing office building on this block of land was previously the Dalby Post Office which was located on the current site of the ANZ Bank many years age.  

In January, 2012, Rob and Karen Stewart and a team of dedicated staff moved Dalby Radiator Works into a new, locally designed and built, radiator repair and automotive air-conditioning workshop located at 16 Loudoun Road, Dalby.

Dalby Radiator Works can repair and/or replace fuel tanks for all heavy duty vehicles aswell as automotive and motorcycles.


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  • 16 Loudoun Street, Dalby QLD 4405, Australia

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