Rural and Agricultural Supplies – Stockfeed Rural supplies Tom Grady Merchandise Gympie

In 1990 Tom and Lyn commenced selling Rural Merchandise and today have 3 top rural stores in Gympie servicing an area of approximately 30’000 people. Primary Industries serviced include: dairying’ beef’ small crops’ timber’ tree crops’ cane’ pineapples etc. The Gradys stock a huge range of Rural Merchandise including: stock feeds’ fertilizer’ seed’ fencing materials’ chemicals’ work clothing’ work and dress boots including safety lines. Check out the Specials page for great prices.

Tom and Lyn are the Local C.R.T. Agents in Gympie employing 15 Rural Merchandise staff.

“DRIVE – THROUGH” UNDER COVER

At 26 Nash Street we sell:

  • STOCK FOOD
  • CHEMICALS
  • SEED
  • FERTILIZER
  • FENCING MATERIALS
  • BLUNDSTONE BOOTS
  • KING GEE WORKWEAR
  • PLUS MUCH MORE

At Pinewood Ave we have two large sheds filled with:

  • FERTILIZER
  • SEED
  • CHEMICALS
  • HORTICULTURE NEEDS
  • ELECTRIC FENCING
  • CARDBOARD & STYRO CARTONS
  • BARB & PLAIN WIRE
  • DOG FOOD

THE RURAL CENTRE Tozer St – Just drive in for:

  • HUGE DISPLAY AREA
  • UNDER COVER LOADING – DRIVE-IN
  • STOCK FEEDS
  • HAY
  • CHAFF
  • DIPS & DRENCHES
  • CHEMICALS
  • BARB WIRE
  • STEEL POSTS
  • MOLASSES
  • FERTILIZER

Tom Grady Rural Merchandise stores at Nash Street’ Pinewood Avenue and Tozer Street offer customers from all walks of life the opportunity to purchase goods from an enormous range of products. The range covers pet requirements’ home garden requirements as well as other urban products.
Tom Grady Rural stores offer much’ much more than your usual rural store.
Call in and find out for yourself.

PINEWOOD AVENUE RURAL STORE – PHONE 5482 8799
Tom Grady Rural Pinewood Avenue is situated just off the Bruce Highway opposite the Golf Links.

Pinewood Avenue have a huge range of fertilizer’ seed and chemicals for small crops’ tree crops and also a large supply of produce cartons. You will find a good selection of spray application equipment available at Pinewood Avenue.

But that’s not all – Pinewood has a good range of supplies for livestock owners with chemicals’ pasture seed and fencing requirements.

Call in and view the wide range of supplies.

PINEWOOD AVENUE – FERTILIZER – CARTONS – SEED
This is where we carry our large bags of fertilizer – both Incitec and Grow Force. We also stock styro and cardboard produce cartons.

The Pinewood Avenue Store caters for the small crop industry and horticulturists. We stock a wide range of pesticides’ fungicides’ herbicides as well as foliar and granular fertilizers plus much more.

TOZER STREET RURAL STORE – PHONE 5482 1692
Tom Grady Rural Tozer Street is situated in the "Old Wide Bay Butter Factory" building near the Gympie Railway Station.

This Rural Store is very convenient for customers with large vehicle and trailers and has under cover loading for stock feeds’ fertilizer’ fencing’ water tanks’ hay etc.

Tozer Street also offers a large show room with supplies for the farmer’ lifestyle property or home garden such as:

*Electric Fencing
*Dairy Supplies
*Chemicals
*Drenches
*Cat/Dog food & wormers
*Seeds(Pasture & Home
Garden
*Boots (work & safety)

plus much more. Call in and view the wide range of supplies.

DAIRY SUPPLIES – TOZER STREET
Whilst we cater for most requirements at Tozer Street it is where we concentrate our range of dairy products. This is where dairy farmers will find their dairy hygiene chemical requirements. Good stocks of dairy consumables are always on hand at Tozer Street.
POLY WATER TANKS
Poly Water tanks in stock at Tozer Street.

5’200 and 3’500 gallon tanks are available but these are SELLING QUICKLY!!

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As the heritage and cultural centre of the Cooloola Region, Gympie boasts a tradition that few areas in Queensland can offer. A city of 16,000 people, Gympie offers the warm hospitality of a country town with all the modern conveniences.

Known as the "Town that Saved Queensland", Gympie's proud heritage began in 1867 with the discovery of gold by prospector James Nash at the site now occupied by the Town Hall. At the time, Queensland was facing bankruptcy due to drought and the fall in wool prices. However, Nash made the five day journey down the Mary River from Maryborough and, after digging up 75 ounces of gold in six days, staked his claim. The Gympie Gold Rush was on, injecting the boost to the Queensland economy that enabled the colony to survive.

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