Get your Curtis Island bargain at Gracemere auction

USED and brand new construction equipment from the Curtis Island LNG projects will go under the hammer in Gracemere on Wednesday.

Auctioneer and valuer Hassalls is running the auction, which will see shipping containers trucks, trailers, four-wheel drives and many more items all available.

GROWING INDUSTRY: With the completion of the LNG project at Curtis Island, Hassalls are disposing of the construction equipment through monthly auctions attracting large numbers of out of town buyers along with many locals. Photo Tamara MacKenzie / The Morning Bulletin
GROWING INDUSTRY: With the completion of the LNG project at Curtis Island, Hassalls are disposing of the construction equipment through monthly auctions attracting large numbers of out of town buyers along with many locals. Photo Tamara MacKenzie / The Morning Bulletin Tamara MacKenzie

The completion phase at three of the Curtis Island projects is wrapping up.

This is the ninth in a series of auctions from the Curtis Island projects, Hassalls spokesman Clinton Taylor said.

He said the monthly auctions were expected to run thoughout the year.  All up between $50m and $60m of equipment is available.

Mr Taylor said Wednesday's would be one of the biggest so far.

"They are getting bigger and bigger now," he said.

He said customers included businesses, individuals and local sporting clubs.

The sale will be held at 35-53 Somerset Rd, Gracemere and starts at 10am.



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