Phillip Bay & Port Botany Removals
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This historic region of Sydney is where industry and outdoor living meet. Directly south of the Sydney CBD, Phillip Bay and Port Botany are neighbouring suburbs that share the coast of Yarra Bay. As the one of the busiest ports in New South Wales, Port Botany is a thriving commercial area. When you need anything moved, V-Move removals company is there to help.
Call today to get a free quote on the service package that best suits the job you have. Our professional packers and movers will handle all the heavy work and make your Port Botany removals experience stress free. With years of experience, no job is too difficult for our team of experts.
Whether it’s your home or business, V-Move will make your Port Botany move uncomplicated. Without nasty surprise hidden costs, V-Move prides ourselves on transparency and friendliness. Call now and find out how competitive our quality services really are.
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Lorraine’s company needed furniture for its new meeting room and kitchen area. She called V-Move and organised two men and a truck to come out to the Port Botany office. Our team packed up the old pieces of furniture and the old whitegoods and took them away to be recycled or dismantled. Then, they went to the furniture wholesalers and picked up the new wares. The job took three hours in total.
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Phillip Bay is a green oasis in Sydney’s south east. Neighbouring La Perouse and Little Bay, it has wide open green spaces for its modest sized population. V-Move can move you into or out of your Phillip Bay property without fuss. We specialise in residential removals.
You can hire environmentally friendly plastic moving crates from us to pack your own possessions. The moving boxes are cleaned and sterilised between jobs, so you get them like new. At the end of the move when the boxes are unpacked, we will pick them up free of charge. You can hire them for as long as you need themV-Move specialises in moving bulky items, like mattresses and beds, and we will treat your fragile items like they’re our own belongings.
We don’t only help you move house, but V-Move offers furniture pick up and delivery services if you have bought something new. We will also dispose of any old furniture you may have. We operate on a low waste philosophy, so rest assured your unwanted furniture will end up at an auction house, in a donation bin or at the recycling depot.
V-Move doesn’t just work with residential moves, either. Port Botany is one of the busiest NSW ports which includes many businesses. If you need new office furniture delivered or old furniture, like office chairs, desks and filing cabinets, removed, call V-Move to organise their quick disposal.
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Living In Phillip Bay & Port Botany
Phillip Bay is a sparsely populated suburb and one of the smallest in Randwick Council. It lies 13 kilometres south of the Sydney business district. Most houses in Phillip Bay are detached and there is ample green space for all residents to enjoy.
Phillip Bay has several churches and a primary school. Yarra Bay House is the most notable building in the area, built in 1903 and used for different local government departments over time. The area was one of the first settled by Europeans at the end of the 18th century.
The Phillip Bay area has always been an area of escape from the city and used by weekend visitors and has facilities for various free outdoors activities. During the Great Depression various makeshift homes were built in the area. Today, along with La Perouse, the area has visible Indigenous ownership and promotion of their culture can be seen with various events and tours of the land.
Port Botany is a busy road and rail port serving not only Sydney but all of New South Wales. It is the site of the first landing of Captain Cook in 1770. The container terminal and bulk liquids facility, together with the nearby Domestic and International airports, make up Sydney’s thriving trading centre.