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FOR a tough and powerful ATV to withstand
the unpredictable South Gippsland terrain,
Wonthaggi Motorcycles and Power Equip-
ment has all the answers.
With a range of Kawasaki ATVS – as well as the leg-
endary Kawasaki Stockman – there’s something for ev-
Whether you’re a hobby or dairy farmer, now is the
time to come into Wonthaggi Motorcycles and Power
Equipment and pick up an excellent deal on an ATV with
the hardworking AG deal.
Wonthaggi Motorcycles and Power Equipment is one
of three premium Kawasaki Agricultural dealers in the
state and is well renowned for its back up services and
The Kawasaki ATVs are designed to provide more
power and more control. The class leading features in-
clude fuel injection, front and rear suspension, a fully en-
closed wet rear braking system, digital instrumentation
and improved handling.
All ATVs in stock are proven quality and built like a
workhorse; perfect for the South Gippsland farming con-
ditions and to make light work of hard tasks. .
The ATVs also feature seals on all drive shafts, CVs
and wheel bearings.
They are low maintenance and provide unbelievable
power at your finger tips.
With great towing capacity and a large carrying ca-
pacity, the unbeatable standard is guaranteed.
The Stockman two wheel AG bike is also de-
signed to outlast local conditions. The stainless steel
exhaust is designed to withstand corrosion and the
model is completed with racks hand guards and dual
Wonthaggi Motorcycles and Power Equipment offers
manufacturer logbook servicing of all makes and mod-
els in its fully equipped workshop facility, and provides
genuine parts to ensure a safe, smooth ride.
Experienced, fully qualified mechanics are on hand
in the workshop and have been dealing with ATVs for
“One of our main products here is the agricultural
ATVS and side by side range and all services are pro-
vided through a manufacturer recommended main-
tenance schedule, giving you the peace of mind that
your unit has been serviced to the highest standard,”
Wonthaggi Motorcycles and Power Equipment’s Matt
For an ATV experience that lasts and quality main-
tenance care, make Wonthaggi Motorcycles and Power
Equipment your first stop.
Power and control: from left, Wonthaggi Motorcycles and Power Equipment’s Matt O’Donnell, Chris O’Donnell, Sean Thompson, Mick
Fuchs and Tim Brown showcase the mighty Kawasaki ATVs in stock. The ATV range is part of the hardworking AG deal now available.
ATVs built to last
WORK to repair damage caused by
heavy traffic along South Dudley
Road, Wonthaggi, is under way.
The road was severely damaged during the
construction of the desalination plant.
The renewal of South Dudley from Station
Street to White Road (Bass Highway) is planned to
be completed by March 31, weather permitting.
Bass Coast Shire Council contracted ADA
Constructions Pty Ltd to carry out these works
with the $1.2 million project joint funded by the
State Government (via the Department of Environ-
ment, Land, Water and Planning) and council using
part of its road to recovery grant from the Federal
The road works will extend approximately
1.3 kilometres from Station Street to the Bass
“South Dudley Road provides a connection
to services from Bass Highway through to the
Wonthaggi CBD,” Hovell ward councillor Neil
The works involve re-sheeting of road pave-
ment in front of Wonthaggi Secondary College
from White Road to the northern end of South
Dudley Estate, and full depth reconstruction of
pavement in the remaining area from the northern
end of South Dudley Estate to Station Street.
Road widening works to accommodate on
street parking adjacent to residential properties
between Epsom Street and the northern end of
South Dudley Estate, stormwater drainage, kerb
and channel works and linemarking will also be
Due to the nature of these works, traffic in
South Dudley Road will be restricted at times,
however, the contractor will plan their works to
avoid any traffic issues during peak school hours
in the mornings and afternoons to maintain access
to and from the school.
For more details or assistance during this proj-
ect, contact ADA Constructions Pty Ltd on 0400
717 920 or council’s infrastructure delivery team
on 1300 BCOAST (226 278) or 5671 2211.
Road revamp at South Dudley
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