03 6431 1493 (After Hours: Shane Fuller 0418 139 941) 32 Strahan Street, South Burnie, Tasmania 7320 Click here to send a message

COVID19 and our services during the crisis

During the ongoing virus crisis we will continue to supply Sales and Service to our commercial customers as normal
with the exception that our Burnie premises will be closed if required.
However, we are contactable by Phone, Text and EMAIL

For other customers needing services we are still providing sales and repairs but only by prior arrangement at this stage.
We understand the inconvenience this causes but in the interests of everyone we are trying to manage potential exposure
to Covid19.

Sales can still be conducted via our On-line facilities or just a phone call if this is not convenient.

Thanks everyone for your patience and understanding


Established in Penguin in 1994 by Shane and Jodie Fuller, our business grew from a small home workshop, to a thriving retail and service outlet in
the neighbouring town of Burnie, only to return a few years later when a shortage of technicians forced the downsizing of the business.
Fourteen years later in 2017 we are back in bigger and brighter premises located in Strahan Street.South Burnie.

Coastal Electronics has continued to service local industry and West coast mining interests, providing maintenance and engineering support.

Our business provides quality Australian products from;GME, RF industries, ZCG Scalar, Codan, and Omnitronics, along with others like TAIT and Motorola products.
We are also a Silver Parter with Vertex Australia

For the 4WD enthusiast we supply and support CODAN HF radio, Clarion Car audio, POLARIS reversing camera and GPS tracking systems.


This business is for sale. Curious? Click HERE


Penguin is a small regional town with a population of around five thousand people. Originally named by Ronald Campbell Gunn in 1861, it took its name from the Fairy Penguin which is a common site across the coast. Penguin was proclaimed a township in October of 1875. In those days Penguin was a port town through which trade was conducted across Bass Straight into Victoria, supplying timber which was in much demand due to the Victorian gold rush. In the early part of the 19th Century, mining activities contributed significantly to the town's development.
Today there is no mining, instead a thriving agricultural industry has grown making use of the rich productive soils which abounds in the region. The town is also the gateway to the spectacular Penguin to Cradle trail which winds its way up through the Dial range and ends at the iconic Cradle Mountain.

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