- Millers Flat Tavern Total: 43 Avg: (4.5)
- 5592 SH8, Ettrick-Raes Jct Rd, Millers Flat, Roxburgh 9572, New Zealand
- 03-446 6025,
- The Quince Total: 5 Avg: (5)
- 1581 Teviot Rd, Millers Flat 9572, New Zealand
- Faigan's Cafe Total: 118 Avg: (4.6)
- faigan's store, Millers Flat, New Zealand
- Millers Flat Fire Station Total: 0 Avg: (0)
- 28 Railway Terrace, Millers Flat 9572, New Zealand
- 03-446 6827,
- Alexandra Washing Machine & Refrigeration Total: 0 Avg: (0)
- 12 Coulson Pl, Bridge Hill, Alexandra 9320, New Zealand
- 03-448 7314,
- Millers Flat Holiday Park Total: 79 Avg: (4.5)
- 1670 Teviot Rd, Millers Flat 9544, New Zealand
- 03-446 6877,
The appliance repair companies are friendly and fast to respond. They offer fair pricing. They are reliable, experienced repairers having plenty of years in the appliance repair sector. They will work on lots of sorts of domestic appliance ranging from refrigerators , freezers, washing machines, dryers and cookers.
They are going to aim to repair any sorts of appliances and will aim to fix the issue first time. The repair companies are well-known in the Millers Flat so you will be able to rely on them to give a good service.
We realise that you have a number of choices for appliance repair services but we strive to do a good job. As a result you can rely on us to do the repair work promptly getting your domestic appliances operating again. If you have whiteware problems in Millers Flat ring today.
More About Millers Flat
Millers Flat is a small town (population about 200) in inland Otago, in the South Island of New Zealand. It is located on the Clutha River, 17 kilometres south of Roxburgh. Fruit growing is the main industry in the area. Most of the town lies on the north bank of the Clutha; the main road, State Highway 8, passes close by on the river’s other bank. The Roxburgh Branch railway used to pass through the town; it was opened to Millers Flat in 1925 and was the terminus for approximately two and a half years, until the section to Roxburgh was opened. The line was closed in 1968, though the town’s station platform and some of the railway formation still exist.
Millers Flat was originally called Ovens Hill; its current name is in honour of an early European settler, Walter Miller, who farmed in the area from about 1849.