All of Davimac's products are Australian designed, made and backed. We have invested a lot of time and effort into manufacturing high quality products.  Commitment and dedication to service and quality have earned Davimac its good reputation.  Established since 1982, Davimac has been manufacturing quality farm machinery for 30 years.  Located in Central NSW, Australia, Davimac began as a engineering business for local farmers.

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53 Wellington St , Molong , New South Wales 2866 Australia

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1982 saw the beginning of production for Davimac in an old shed on a farm west of Molong NSW. Running the operation was David McNab, whom as a young 15 year old school boy first envisaged Davimac.

Initially the business built wool-presses and all equipment required to produce the presses were made by the business. The business quickly established a reputation for producing high quality, competitively priced farm machinery and products. The increase in demand meant that by 1989, a new larger factory was needed, and was built where the existing factory is today, in Wellington Street.

2001, saw a new generation take on the family business. David McNab’s son, Shannon McNab, stepped in to manage Davimac. Growing up, Shannon spent countless hours working with his father in the work shop. Shannon was eventually trained as a fitter and machinist with the company and together with his father, worked looking for a new innovative product designs to optimise farming practices.

Now in its fourth decade, the company is now one of the most recognized brands in Australia. The Davimac family includes staff in areas of management, manufacturing, draftsman, transport, marketing and an extensive dealer network Australia wide. Included in the list is first generation, David McNab, who is still actively involved in the business.

Davimac continues to remain a solid family business and is one of the great success stories of Australian Farm manufacturing.