Repair Services

Ozwinds Brass and Woodwind Workshop - Melbourne

Ph: (03) 9578 3677
55 Cochranes  Rd, Moorabbin,  VIC 3189

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Ozwinds Brass and Woodwind Workshop - Brisbane

Ph: (07) 3118 0166
11 / 360 Logan Rd, Grenslopes  QLD  4210

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We realize that a musicians equipment must be maintained at the highest, most exacting standards in order to give the best performance. It is with these standards in mind that our repair facilities offers the best.
From student line piccolos to the highest level of professional tuba, we guarantee the highest quality repair.
Our well trained, professional staff will do what it takes to ensure that your instrument is at the level you need to perform at your best.

Because we realize that it is not convenient to leave your instrument at our repair shops for an extended length of time, we offer repair on an appointment basis. This ensures that you will have your instrument serviced in a timely manner and not have to guess as to when you will have it returned to you. We also regularly receive and ship repairs via Aus Post should you not be in our local area. We offer a loan instrument while your instrument is in our workshop for servicing.

We are authorised warranty and service agents for brand names such as Yamaha, Buffet, Selmer, Jupiter, Pearl Flutes, Besson, Keilwerth, P.Mauriart, Bach and other brand names.
If you have any questions regarding your repair, or wish to set up an appointment, please feel free to contact our qualified repair technicians.


We choose to use Hetman lubricants for servicing of our instruments.

The extensive range of Hetman ® Musical Instrument Lubricants constitutes an application-specific system of advanced instrument care for the discriminating musician. This system of lubricants was developed to go beyond the limitations of conventional oils and provide a new level of instrument performance and longevity. Ongoing wear and weakening of the instrument's air seal due to improper lubrication are serious threats to the performing artist. The negative effects include unsure response, diminishing resonance and clarity, erratic intonation, and unreliable action. An extensive research and development project was therefore undertaken to engineer a comprehensive system of lubricants that would satisfy the following criteria: