Services in Fitzroy
Need an Auto Electrician in Fitzroy?
Auto Electrician in Fitzroy 3065, First Aid Auto’s Mobile Service
To the left is a map of the area that our auto electricians cover, if you are in need of emergency roadside assistance in Fitzroy please give us a call on 1300 661 526 and our Auto Electricians will come to you in Fitzroy 3065.
The benefit of using First Aid Auto is that you don’t have to:
- Make arrangements for somebody to pick you up
- Having to make arrangements for a loan car, or do without a car
- Arrange to get your car taken to an auto electrics service centre (most likely getting it towed)
- Then when your car is ready, you’ll need to make arrangements to pick it up again.
This all time and effort and can easily be avoided.
Our Auto Electricians will come to Fitzroy 3065 and Fix it or it is FREE
So why not sit back and let us do the work? All it takes is a phone call, dial 1300 661 526. Wherever you are located in Fitzroy we’ll come to you and fix your auto electrics problems 7 days a week.
Fully Qualified Technicians
All of our auto technicians are fully qualified auto electricians and carry all the necessaries equipment to get you back on the road.
Fitzroy is a suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 2 km north-east of Melbourne’s Central Business District in the local government area of the City of Yarra.
Planned as Melbourne’s first suburb, it was later also one of the city’s first areas to gain municipal status. Its borders are Alexandra Parade (north), Victoria Parade (south), Smith Street (east) andNicholson Street. Fitzroy is also Melbourne’s smallest suburb in terms of area, being approximately 100 Ha.
It has a long associations with the working class and is currently inhabited by a wide variety of ethnicities and socio-economic groups and is known for a culture of bohemianism, being the main home of Melbourne’s Fringe Festival. Its commercial heart is Brunswick Street, which is one of Melbourne’s major retail, eating, and entertainment strips.
It has undergone waves of both urban renewal and gentrification since the 1950s. In response to past planning practices, much of the suburb is now a historic preservation precinct, with many individual buildings and streetscapes covered by Heritage Overlays. Its built environment is diverse and features some of the finest examples of Victorian era architecture in Melbourne. The most recent changes to Fitzroy are mandated by the Melbourne 2030 Metropolitan Strategy, in which both Brunswick Street and nearby Smith Street are designated for redevelopment as Activity Centres.
It was named after Sir Charles Augustus FitzRoy, the Governor of New South Wales from 1846 to 1855.