Since its founding in 1963, we have championed many firsts in the tyre industry, from wide low-profile street tyres to rugged, aggressive-tread off-road tyres. Whether you are a serious motorsport competitor, four-wheel driver or just drive daily on the street, Mickey's Tyres & Auto have the tyres to suit your needs: four-wheel driving tyres, mud tyres, all terrain tyres, 4x4 & SUVs.
Designing and producing innovative tread patterns and compounds to build the best performance tyres in the world was our focus then, and is still our focus today.
Tyre and wheel services
- Tyre fitting by experts
- Wheel alignment
- Wheel balancing
- Tyre alignment
- Tyre sales and repairs
- Free tyre safety testing
- Wide range of rims
Start your week off by treating your car to new tyres and wheels, just to get them dirty on the weekend!
Come in store and see the boys to get the best road, all terrain and mud tyres! We stock:
- Mickey Thompson tyres
- Federal tyres
- Falken tyres
- and more
Whether you're a serious off roader, need good quality highway tyres, or wanting new rims we've got you covered. So grab yourself new tyres, fitted and balanced before you head out.
Walk into the Mickey shop to see - and feel the buzz of our team at work. Up front, you might see Mickey Thompson ATZ P3's about to roll out the door along with a set of Falken Wild Peaks on rims being fitted up. Walk out back and you may witness a rotation and balance taking place on our rear hoist.
There’s always something going on at the Mickey shop. Usually, it’ll involve Mickey Thompson tyres.
So let’s talk more about Mickeys to help you understand what all the fuss is about.
Wonderful experience with Rick and his crew... The service was proper old school, and we couldn't be happier! Thanks Rick and team, love your work - Anita Bimbi Lowien
Mickey Thompson Tyres
What’s so good about Mickey Thompson tyres?
We’re not one to shout out - much less sell a product unless we believe in them - and that means taking it through it’s paces to see what it’s made of. Owner of Mickey Tyre and Auto, Rick took his Mickeys on an 8000km trip through the Territory and Gulf Country on all sorts of terrain. Here’s his verdict on the MTZ P3s:
Rocks to sand, mud to some of the most vicious corrugations I've ever experienced and was really impressed how the MTZ P3s performed in all conditions. Love my Mickeys. Hope they last as long as my last set.
He’s not alone.
Top of Down Under's Penny Wells has been travelling remote Australia for 17 years. A few years years ago she bolted on her first set of Mickey Thompson tyres, and the rest is history. Check out some action from all over Australia, that proves Mickey Thompson tyres can take whatever terrain you can throw at them.
How often should I check my tyre pressures?
At least once a month - and before long trips. A good habit is to check them when you’re at the petrol station. Tyre inflation pressure increases when tyres are hot. So the best time to check tyre pressure is when the tyres are cold (driven less than 1.5km). It’s always handy to keep a spare too.
What should I look for when inspecting my tyres?
Driving with damaged tyres can be dangerous so it’s worth checking them regularly. Use this quick list when inspecting your tyres:
- Look for shallow tread (less than 1.6mm tread depth at any part of the tread face)
- Foreign objects wedged into the tread
- Damage to the tread or sidewall eg. cracks, holes, bulges
- Make sure valve caps are still on all tyres
Why do I need to rotate my tyres?
Each tyre on your car carries a different amount of weight. So they wear out at different rates. To keep your car in good condition, and for a smooth, even, comfortable drive, rotate your tyres to keep the tyres even.
Your tyres will be rotated according to your logbook as a general guide, which is usually 10,000km or 6 months. But it’s worth checking it in between so you can get them rotated as soon as you see signs they’re wearing out unevenly.
Choose the perfect rims that'll suit your pride and joy! We stock:
How often should I check my wheel alignment?
At least once a month. Getting your car serviced regularly will give you a more thorough check every 6 months or 10,000kms. Look out for uneven or irregular wear. These will help you get the most tread wear from your tyres, and keep you and your passengers safe.
If your tyres show uneven or irregular wear, it could point to troubles with your inflation pressure, misalignment, out of balance or suspension problems. It’s better to pick these up quickly as you could lose control of your car - and cause serious injuries - if these issues are ignored.
What to expect
- Wide range of tyres in stock for all terrains
- Fantastic pricing
- Unbeatable quality
- Quick and professional service
- Reliable and friendly specialists
Mate absolutely great service I highly recommend anyone if you want awesome Tyre and mechanical work done head straight in - Amm James