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Chainsaw in Coffs Harbour

Your trusted equipment hire service in Coffs Harbour

Urunga Hire is a family-owned and operated company offering equipment for hire at competitive prices.

We are a leading provider of tight and limited access excavation services and the go-to supplier of Bobcats, mini excavators and other machinery. With the industry knowledge to back up our hiring services, we can recommend the most effective machinery and equipment for your needs.

Our Products

Urunga Hire offers a range of equipment and machinery to meet your excavation, landscaping and gardening needs. We offer priority service to contractors and also cater to tradies and homeowners throughout the region. Some of our equipment for hire include:
All of the equipment and machinery that we hire out is well-maintained and modern. We care about the safety of our customers more than anything else and we keep all of our products for hire in top operational order at all times. The equipment that you hire from us will work safely, smoothly and dependably, every time.
Lawn Mower by Urunga Hire
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Our Team

Our small team at Urunga Hire is friendly, helpful and very knowledgeable. You can count on us for excellent advice about the equipment that will best suit your unique needs. We’ll take the time to discuss your goals and offer the most cost-effective solutions. You can count on friendly smiles, helpful advice, transparent pricing and quality equipment.

Frequently Asked Questions


What are mini excavators?
Mini excavators are machines that are used for various purposes like moving and levelling dirt, drilling post holes, breaking rocks, planting trees, moving heavy items and much more. Tracked mini excavators are best for working in sandy or muddy terrain while wheeled versions are great for working in confined spaces.
Are mini excavators difficult to operate?
What types of attachments are available for mini excavators?
What are the different sizes of jackhammers used for?
What are cherry pickers used for?