Now even more days and hours for Viewing and Receiving

Since restrictions are lifting we have had a lot of feedback requesting we open to the public on Mondays again- we like to keep customers happy so that’s what we are doing.
Tullochs Auctions are the only auction house in Tasmania open for both viewing and receiving 6 days a week, every week (public hols excepted of course) we are returning to normal and opening Mondays! 9-4.30 as usual.
Pop in to browse, inspect, pay for and collect purchases, deliver goods for auction or simply bring your dogs and babies to visit us (please?).

Tullochs Classic, Sports, Prestige & Survivor Car Auction is back for 2021!

Tullochs Classic, Sports, Prestige & Survivor Car Auction
Apr 11 – 18
Tullochs Tasmanian Classic, Sports, Prestige & Survivor Car Auction is back for 2021.
The important difference of a Tullochs auction is that it’s a sale, not a car show.
The demand for these cars has never been better & if you’re ready to sell at the top of today’s market prices, now is the time to get in touch with Tullochs Auctions. In auctioning your classic, sports, prestige & survivor car with us, you gain access to our huge database of buyers, expansive social media audience, national media coverage and experienced staff to guide you through the process!
Our buyers are genuine enthusiasts, not hardened traders looking for a good deal. Don’t forget, an advertised price only goes down, whereas an auction price only goes up!
The best is yet to come! We’re so confident in our ability to sell your car in this auction that we will sell it at an unbeatable rate of zero commission.
When? This auction will be online and pre bidding will begin from 11th April – 18th April then selling will begin from 7:30pm on Sunday 18th April.
What now? call or email for more details about submitting your vehicle!

Tullochs Halves Sales Commission!

October 2020 is the time!
Business is booming at Tullochs and we want to thank you! Throughout the COVID19 crisis, we haven’t had to lay off any staff or rely on Jobkeeper payments. In fact, we’re fortunate to have found and hired some wonderful new staff and we’ve been lucky enough to be able to donate substantial funds from estate sales to COVID19 vaccination research. We haven’t had to cut back on services or quality this year, in fact, we had to step up from fortnightly to weekly online auctions due to buyer and seller demand alike. We’re committed to bringing you quality lots in smaller auctions so you don’t have to waste hours sorting through items of little desirability. There’s no talk of putting up our rates, in fact, we’ve decided to give back again and for the month of October, will be cutting our selling commission rates in half (for items appraised at Tullochs as $200+). We understand that many people are still struggling and this is our way of helping out and thanking you for your ongoing support that’s enabled Tullochs to weather the storm.
Mention this promotion when you drop off your consignments to take advantage of the special rate!

Tullochs Online Sales are Now WEEKLY

Exciting news at Tullochs Auctions, we have increased the frequency of our online auctions to weekly to make auctions even more acessible and convenient for our buyers!

If you are thinking of selling, here’s why you should sell with Tullochs Tasmania;
1. We have thousands of experienced online buyers throughout Tasmania, the mainland & the rest of the world. Our accessibility allows us to ship worldwide. With every auction, our number of registered bidders increases.
2. We have weekly auctions, which keeps buyers engaged & ensures a fast turnaround for sellers. This in turn, naturally helps our local economy.
3. We’re the only CBD auction house in Tasmania. Given this, we see a lot of ‘walk in’ buyers who pop in & purchase goods which have already been through an auction & are available to be sold outright. We’re always selling, one way, or another.
4. We have the lowest seller commissions in the state with no insurance or administrative fees.
5. We’re onsite 6 days a week & happily available to both buyers & sellers alike.
6. We don’t accept junk or faulty goods. We only accept quality goods. Our buyers expect quality goods which they’re happy to pay for.
7. We value, understand & utilise multi-strand marketing in order to get you the best price for your items. This includes a huge amount of engaged social media followers, an exceptional database, television advertising, paid online marketing & newspaper advertisements.
8. We’re experienced, honest, passionate about what we do, progressive & always growing.
9. We’re happy to organise collection & delivery of your goods, should you require assistance in this regard.
In fact, whether you’re buying or selling, you’ll always do better at Tullochs.

Tullochs Initiative to Assist in the Times of the COVID 19 Pandemic

For the next 6 months, Tullochs will be donating 10% of the proceeds from all estate sales to CSIRO to aid their ongoing research into development of a COVID19 vaccine. Tullochs urges other businesses to also donate to these dedicated research institutions where possible. Jessie Reid, co-director of Tullochs says, “Community is everything and we want to do what we can to help our community get back on its feet, back to some form of ’normal’ existence. The global devastation from this virus is beyond words and we want to do our bit to help find a vaccine.” Jessie added, “Imagine what an impact there would be if big businesses, as well as small (where possible) came on board and also donated to this cause!”.

Superior Antique Auction 29th November 2017 Featuring the collection of the Late B. Sundstrup

Our next Auction should not be missed, it features the collection of the late B. Sundstrup which included some of the most important pieces of huon pine, and the most comprehensive collections of treen in the country, featured in publications. The auction features the only known pair of matching birdseye huon pine occasional tables in existence, having been in the collection of William (Bill ) Mitchell who had the largest and best collection of early colonial huon pine furniture in Australia, his daughter the late Anne Sundstrup inherited them eventually ending up with the late Dr. Bertel Sundstrup. This is the first time they have been offered to the public, having been in the same family since the early 1900’s.

We are also pleased to present the large Haughton Forrest oil painting “Clipper off Iron Pot Lighthouse” measuring 47 x 77cm which comes with a certificate of authenticity.

There are two smaller Haughton Forrest oil landscapes, watercolours by John Glover, a small old painting by Italian old master Andrea Locatelli and many other pieces of attractive and important art.

Of particular historical interest we have a unique Thylacine trap from the Rocky Cape area in working and preserved condition and a colonial era buggy rug made of feral cat pelts.

There are too many objects of interest and value as well as fine pieces of furniture to list here but the whole catalogue with photographs can be found at