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News and events for Inland Truck Centres Dubbo, Orange, Wagga Wagga, and Griffith.

Elliotts Landscape Supplies

Bianca De Marco - Monday, June 27, 2016


Elliott’s Landscape Supplies is known to provide utmost quality landscape and building supplies in Australia at optimum prices. The company was started by Graham Elliott who had worked for many years in the local timber industry concerned with shipping of timber by-products. He was gradually able to build his own supply yard in Tumut. The business is now operated by his son and family along with a team of managers and professionals. With as many as 150 products, the company ensures that its clients have full access to landscape and building products, garden tools and supplies, etc. At the same time, a professional maintenance service of garden and lawn is also provided to help clients in making the best of their outdoor space.

Elliott’s Landscape Supplies have been delivering bulk pine mulch and landscape products across NSW and Victoria for almost 50 years. With direct access to local sawmilling operations and an enviable  network of suppliers and customers, Elliott’s can deliver product on time and within budget no matter the size.

‘Elliott’s Landscape Supplies carries a full range of construction materials for the professional builder and associated tradespeople, landscapers and DIYers. With a high quality selection of brick and plaster sands, gravels, DGB20 road base, river stones and more, Elliott’s Landscape Supplies can cater for all projects. Elliott’s also stocks a wide range of cements, plasticisers and cement additives. We pride ourselves on our competitive pricing without compromising our level of customer service. Delivery of all products is available, free of charge within Tumut and at very reasonable rates in all outlying areas. See our delivery charts for information on truck sizes. Delivery is usually available within the hour for phone and email orders. Elliott’s Landscape Supplies also provides a courtesy trailer where delivery costs or site access makes delivery less than ideal.


The Daily Advertiser - Are you man enough to wear pink?

Bianca De Marco - Wednesday, June 22, 2016
Are you man enough to wear pink?
REAL MEN WEAR PINK: Inland Truck Centres' service advisor Sommer Denning and parts manager Joel Bray prepare for their fundraiser on Friday. Picture: Kieren L Tilly

REAL MEN WEAR PINK: Inland Truck Centres' service advisor Sommer Denning and parts manager Joel Bray prepare for their fundraiser on Friday. Picture: Kieren L Tilly

Working in a male-dominated industry is no excuse for the boys at the centre not to show their softer side.

Staff will participate in the national Real Men Wear Pink campaign for the National Breast Cancer Foundation on Friday.

“It’s a well known charity and a lot of people in the community are affected by it,” parts manager Joel Bray said.

Mr Bray said most of the staff are struggling to find pink items to wear but are excited to spread awareness in the community.

“There will be some good costumes on the day,” he said.

A pink-themed barbecue will be held from 12pm to 2pm on Friday.

ITC Real Men Wear Pink BBQ

Bianca De Marco - Tuesday, June 14, 2016


Bianca De Marco - Thursday, June 09, 2016

Taberners is a family owned and operated window company established by Stan Taberner in 1927.

Over the past 89 years, Taberners has continued to supply windows and doors throughout NSW and has seen many changes in the industry.

Changes in window sizes and weights along with the requirement to deliver quality products to a wide geographical range of NSW lead Taberners to add the K200 crane truck to our fleet and believe it will play a vital role in the future of our business.


 Lyndon Taberner - Director


Bianca De Marco - Wednesday, June 08, 2016

The R.S.R.T. is gone…...but not forgotten.  For some, the impacts still linger

because of a job that was lost, a new contract that wasn’t won or finance that couldn’t be obtained.

Labour have committed to bringing the R.S.R.T back so the uncertainty has not gone anywhere.

The Australian Small Business and family enterprise Ombudsman (ASBFEO) is conducting an inquiry into he impact of Road Safety Remuneration Tribunal 2016 Payments Order on owner-drivers.

The Inquiry covers the period leading up to the commencement of the 2016 Order, through to the abolition, and any lasting impact on affected partied.

Over the next few weeks, the ASBFEO is conduction regional consultation sessions to gather information from owner-drivers and their families.

It is convenient for you, Inland Truck Centres urges you to go along and have your say about the impact of the R.S.R.T on your business.


Want to See Real Men Wear Pink

Bianca De Marco - Friday, June 03, 2016

Orange Branch Opening Soon

Bianca De Marco - Friday, March 11, 2016

1ST Year Apprentice Of The Year Winner

Bianca De Marco - Thursday, August 28, 2014


Andrew is currently completing the first year of his Heavy Vehicle Mechanical Apprenticeship. He has been described by his host employer as being keen and committed to his trade and always willing to help out. Andrew has an enthusiastic attitude to his apprenticeship which has achieved results of 97% in theory test completed as part of his Kenworth Dealer Service training.

Congratulations to Andrew

Caltex Servo Re-Opened

Reliance Technology - Monday, July 29, 2013

The Caltex Servo (just 70 metres south of our Dubbo branch) has been reopened! Now there's room for a B-Double to swing in and fuel up, without having to reverse.

A South-facing view of the new Caltex Diesel Stop in Dubbo.
A South-facing view of the new Caltex Diesel Stop in Dubbo.

This new diesel stop is Card-Only, and features high-flow pumps on both sides of each lane so you can be filling two tanks at once. I had trouble finding an article on about this specific Diesel Stop, but here's an article from Issue 49 of The Star.

Sadly, the on-site restaurant was removed some time ago. What do you do for a feed when passing through North Dubbo?