Commercial & Residential Struts In Nagambie & Beyond


Get in touch with Steve to find out more about the commercial and residential struts offered by the business.

Why Choose Us

  • I come to you
  • Affordable pricing with no GST charged
  • Wide range of struts to suit your project
  • Fully mobile we can travel  to different locations and nearby areas.
  • High quality customer service

Some Of Our Work

"No one size fits all" We build and fit to your needs

At GV Strut Regas we work with a whole range of different types of struts such as office struts, ridget locking struts and much more.

Serving Nagambie And Other Areas

While we are based in Murchison we are proud to be able to service businesses and individuals in the Goulburn Valley and other locations such as Nagambie.

Prior to the formation of the lakes, the Goulburn River at Nagambie was home to several lagoons, which, along with nearby Reedy Lake, provided an ideal camping spot for the Taungurung people. Taunurung hunted emus, kangaroos, possums, and wombats for food and clothing because the river and its associated tributaries and wetlands provided an abundance of food resources.

Conveniently spaced camping spots were used to make the journey along the trade route; from Gunn’s swamp (now Waranga Basin), to the rock well at Whroo, and finally to Lake Cooper at the foothills of the Mt Carmel Ranges.

The town was surveyed in 1868, and the first lots were sold in 1870. The Post Office opened on May 2, 1870, and the private town of “Nagambie” was established in 1872, with the Nagambie railway station opening in 1880. It is now served by V/Line on the Shepparton-Melbourne Line. Nagambie is located on the shores of Lake Nagambie, an artificial lake created in 1891 by the Goulburn Weir, which hosts rowing regattas and waterskiing tournaments. The Australian Rowing Championships are held in the town on a semi-regular basis.


“Nagambie” Wikipedia, 31 Oct. 2005, Accessed 19 Oct. 2021.