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About Us

About Tyrepower

  • Australasia's biggest independent tyre retailer
  • Car, SUV, Commercial & 4WD tyres
  • Performance wheels & tyres
  • Batteries
  • Brakes, suspension & steering
Get the buying power of 260 stores across Australia.
As Australia's biggest independent, Tyrepower has great pricing on tyres for your vehicle. Tyrepower offers all the big brand names too: Kelly Toyo Kumho Goodyear Dunlop Pirelli Bridgestone Falken Maxxis. Tyrepower can also do wheel alignments for all cars, light trucks and 4WDs.

Tyrepower Wheel Packages

Your local Tyrepower store carries a full range of alloy wheels for small cars, performance cars and 4WDs.

VIP Customer

Simply purchase 2 or more tyres and a wheel alignment and receive a FREE Valued Customer Service Passport. It's full of discounts, hints and tips. Savings up to $200!

Kelly Tyres - Exclusive To Tyrepower

The full Kelly range of tyres are exclusive to Tyrepower. Made in the USA, Kelly Tyres carry a mileage warranty of up to 95,000 kms on 4WD tyres only.

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Also trades as
Speedy Wheels, CSA Wheels, Mullins Wheels, ROH Wheels
Also listed under
Car Batteries & Car Battery Replacements, Wheels & Rims

Products and Services

Vehicle Type

4WDs, Cars, Motorhomes, Trailers, Trucks, Utes, Vans


Bridgestone, Century, Chrysler, Continental, Cooper Tires, Dunlop, Falken, Goodyear, Kelly Tyres, Kumho Tyres, Maxxis, Michelin, Mickey Thompson, Nankang, Nexen, Pirelli, Pulsar, Toyo Tires, Yokohama


Balancing, Rotation, Wheel Alignments

Tyre Feature

Discount, High Performance, Mechanical


Audi, Mazda, Nissan, Renault



Payment Concern



Accredited, Warranties

Hours of Operation

Open Monday - Friday, Open Saturdays


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Additional Locations

Showing 58 locations in 2 states


  • Does it matter if I have different tyres on each wheel?

    Radial ply and diagonal ply tyres have different handling characteristics and it can be dangerous to "mix" them on your car. It can also be dangerous to mix tyres of different sizes or aspect ratios. You should consult your Local Tyrepower Pro for specific advice.

  • How do I know if the correct tyres are on my car?

    You can check this by referring to the tyre placard fitted to the car which indicates the correct size, speed rating and load capacity, as well as recommended inflation pressures. The placard is fitted to all vehicles manufactured since 1973 and is usually contained in the glove box, on the driver's door pillar or under the front bonnet.

  • What are "Run Flat Tyres"?

    Some car manufacturers have started to equip their vehicles with run flat tyres, also known as mobility tyres. These tyres do as the name suggest - they are able to continue to run safely in the event of sudden or gradual deflation. When fitted with run flat tyres your vehicle can continue moving despite a loss of tyre pressure and is able to function even when there is little or no pressure.

  • When are Tyres considered not roadworthy?

    Tyres are considered to be un-roadworthy at 1.6mm minimum tread depth. In wet conditions 3.0mm or less tread means a significant loss of wet traction due to shallower grooves and channels.

  • How do I know how much to spend on tyres?

    The old adage "you get what you pay for" could have been invented for tyres choice. Calculate the total price for your tyre purchase and divide that by the kilometres of service. This will give you the cost per kilometre. You'll quickly see that the better tyres are, the better value.

  • What do the numbers & letters on the wall of a tyre mean?

    eg. 205/65R15 95H. 205 indicates the width of the tyre in mm. 65 indicates its aspect ratio, (65 indicates the height is 65% of its width). R indicates radial ply construction. 15 indicates the diameter of the wheel rim in inches. 95H is a symbol indicating the maximum load capacity and speed, (95 represents a maximum load of 690kg per tyre; H represents a maximum speed of 210km/h).