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Together let’s eliminate Plastic Bags

Don’t risk our future. Do your bit & re-use your bag...

Times are changing and our habits around single use plastic bags are changing. Middy’s branches nationwide are aiming to eliminate the use of disposable single use plastic bags. We will be moving over to re-usable tote bags soon and will be providing them to customers to keep and re-use for future purchases.

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Wangaratta Moved

Welcome to our new Wangaratta Branch.

Middy’s has been servicing the Wangaratta and surrounding areas with our branch at 49 Tone Road for 18 years. We are now proud to announce our relocation to our new company owned and built branch, just up the road, at 15 Tone Road which occurred on the 17th of December 2018.

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Middy's 2018 Scholarship Awards

Industry training worth $100k has been awarded to 13 worthy recipients at the Middy's 2018 Scholarship Awards Night. 


Held on the 9th November at the Garden State Hotel in Melbourne, the winners and their partners celebrated in style with canapés and drinks alongside Middy’s directors, staff and industry leaders at our gala presentation. Once again our judging panel had a monumental task in deciding the winners for 2018 and would like to congratulate everyone who took the time to apply. Many of our winners were previous applicants who had not been successful in the past… so keep your eye on the prize and come back next year.

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Middy’s Small Business Awards

Recognising and rewarding the small electrical contractors in our industry.

The inaugural Middy’s Small Business Awards have now concluded and we'd like to thank everyone who applied. There was $30,000 in cash prizes to be won. The winners of the 4 x $5,000 Awards were invited to the Scholarship Awards Presentation Night on November 9 where Ashley Flegg was presented with the $10,000 Nick Middendorp Small Business Award.

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