Experienced & Quality Workmanship

Established in 2006, Noosa Pit Stop in Noosaville has been providing high-quality, competitively priced automotive services to the Noosa community for 13 years. With one of the most experienced teams on the Sunshine Coast, we are fully committed to providing the highest levels of service, workmanship, and customer care.

Noosa Pit Stop provides general mechanical repairs on all makes and models of cars, with extensive expertise in European cars. We also specialise in classic muscle car restorations and repairs.

Meet the team

Warren Bunney
Warren Bunney is affectionately known as Buster to family, friends and many clients. A Noosa local, Warren served his apprenticeship at the local BP ... Read more
Dan Bowd
Dan Bowd, also known as Bowdy, has packed a lot into his 18 years since he commenced life as a motor mechanic. Having served his apprenticeship at ... Read more
DAMON being the newest member of the team and has brought with him many years of experience with most major brands including Alfa Romeo, Volkswagen, ... Read more
Harry is a first-year apprentice and the newest member of our team. He is passionate about cars , performance and all kinds of Motorsport . Harry ... Read more
Nigel Hughes
Nigel Hughes acquired Noosa Pit Stop from previous owner, Geoff Ogden in 2012. Nigel is a career Motor Industry professional with over 30 years ... Read more

The Team

The 4-man team at Noosa Pit Stop has decades of industry experience in servicing all types of autos including European makes and models. We specialise in restoring classic muscle cars, servicing and maintaining brands such as Audi, BMW and Mercedes Benz.

Frequently Asked Questions

How often should I have the engine oil in my car changed?
Typically, engine oil should be drained and replaced every 6 months or 10,000km. However, it is best to check your owner’s manual to understand the recommendations for your specific vehicle.
How often should I check the other fluids in my car?
How often does an air filter need replacing?
When do brake pads need replacing?
How often should I have my tyres rotated?