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Moving in Queens Park? Choose Local movers

Just south of Bondi Junction, Queens Park is a small leafy suburban gem in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs. With modest sized family homes on tree-lined streets, Queens Park is the perfect location for lovers of the outdoors and hip city slickers alike. For all your Queens Park removals, V-Move is the moving company for you.

Whether you need two men and a truck, or just a courier for items you need stored or new furniture pick up and delivery, V-Move will make living in Queens Park a breeze. Moving can be one of the more stressful events in your life, but our team of experts takes the headache out of it. Friendly and efficient, V-Move’s professional packers and movers also offer some of the most competitive prices on the market.

Get into or out of Queens Park with the best in the business. Call today for a free quote and then relax with our upfront costing and no nasty hidden fees. Make V-Move your number one choice for moving in Queens Park.

Call Out Fee For Queens Park

1 hour

Our Happy customers From Eastern Suburbs

Jennifer and Craig finally found their dream cottage in Queens Park. Both keen joggers and lovers of the beach, Queens Park was the perfect location for its proximity to Centennial Park and the Pacific coast. They had the time and energy to pack their belongings by themselves, but wanted to take advantage of V-Move’s environmentally friendly packing options.

V-Move has plastic moving crates for hire. They reduce waste because they are sturdier than cardboard boxes and won’t break, and between each job we clean and sterilise them so that you get boxes that are almost brand new. We provide a special marker to label them, too. We have packages to suit the size of your house. Jennifer and Craig hired the 2 bedroom package, which included 40 boxes. 

40 plastic boxes cost $159 for the first week and $40 for every extra week you need them. We deliver and pick them up when you’re done free of charge. Jennifer and Craig spent two weeks packing, then only needed three men, a truck and a van to move all of their belongings in one go, saving them money for the time it took

Full Moving Services Efficient & Easy

Queens Park is full of single storey attached, semi-detached and detached houses, as well as the odd apartment building, making it an area that attracts all sorts of residents. Whether your Queens Park move is big or small, or not a move at all, V-Move will be the muscle to get whatever job you have done. 

Our Queens Park services include:

  • 2 men and a truck
  • New furniture pickup and delivery
  • Professional packers and movers
  • Short and long term storage
  • Unwanted furniture removals
  • Residential and office removals
  • Interstate moves 
  • Eco-friendly plastic moving boxes for hire
  • Cardboard boxes for sale

Want To Save Your Moving Budget?

Get Free Plastic Boxes For One Week, When 3 Or More Bedrooms Moving!

Living Green And Fancy Free In Queens Park

Queens Park is a quiet oasis right in the middle of all of the Eastern Suburbs best offerings. It is just a short walk to the recreation hub of Centennial Park to the west, the shopping mecca of Bondi Junction to the north, the dining options of Randwick to the south, and the popular swimming destination of Bronte to the east. Queens Park is mostly residential with one cafe in Queen’s Park and the majority of services along its border with Waverley on Bronte Road. But everything else is literally a leisurely walk away. 

Houses in Queens Park are either Federation or Victorian, and most are single storey, unlike a lot of other areas of Sydney’s east. Streets are tree-lined and the many of the residents’ gardens impress those passing through. 

Historically, Queens Park was a part of Bondi Junction and a lot of long term residents still refer to the area as such. 

Bordered on its western and southern edges by some of Sydney’s lushest parks, the area is always filled with iconic Australian birdlife, such as cockatoos and kookaburras, lorikeets and other pollen-eating birds. The latter is attracted by the Eastern Suburbs Banksia Scrub on the northern border of Queen’s Park proper.

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