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Dynamic Woolloomooloo sits just below the Sydney city skyline and the highrise apartments of Potts Point. A real mixed bag of a suburb, residents come from all walks of life. If you are planning to live or leave there, V-Move is the removalist company for you.
V-Move provides a wide range of removals packages that will help you get your belongings from A to B. Big or small removals, or a fast, efficient courier service for furniture or storage, V-Move covers it all. Don’t hesitate. Call V-Move today and talk to our friendly staff for your free quote.
V-Move values transparency and gives you our prices up front. We won’t sting you with hidden fees at the end of the job. Whatever your moving needs, V-Move will work with you to get the most bang for your buck. Your Woolloomooloo move is just a phone call away.
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We guarantee tailored removalist services that might include the following:
- 2 men and a truck
- New furniture pick up and delivery
- Professional packers and movers
- Short and long term storage
- Unwanted furniture removals
- Residential and office removals
- Interstate removals
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- Unpacking service
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Tanya and Hannah have lived in their Woolloomooloo 2 bedroom apartment for three years. They started a redesign of their bedrooms and lounge and needed to get rid of several pieces of furniture. They got in contact with V-Move and we sent out two men and a truck.
Our team of two picked up the unwanted furniture and took it to a charity shop drop off and the recycling depot. Then, they drove to the private seller and the retail outlet where Tanya and Hannah’s new beds and mattresses were ready to go. V-Move is perfect for getting bulky items to you without the worry of lifting and fitting them through doorways.
Russell lived alone in a studio apartment in Woolloomooloo but after several years decided to move in with his fiance in Surry Hills. He called V-Move and hired our environmentally friendly plastic moving crates. It cost him $124 for 25 boxes for two weeks. The plastic boxes are reusable and we clean and sterilise them between jobs so you get them in near perfect condition each time.
Russell packed his belongings himself during the week, and when the move day came, they were ready for our guys to pack into the truck. As the couple were merging furniture, he had a few pieces to throw away. After unpacking Russell’s boxes, our team took the remaining furniture items away to be recycled.
The truck and the two men who helped Russell move cost him $360 over the weekend with a small call out fee to Woolloomooloo. It was a small price overall to pay for peace of mind during such a stressful time.
Living In Iconic, Exciting Woolloomooloo
Opinion on Woolloomooloo is divided. It has one of the widest gaps between the rich and poor in the country. But for those who call the suburb home, the variety of people who live side by side only makes it a more dynamic place to live.
Only 1.5 kilometres away from the CBD of Sydney, Woolloomooloo is a hard place to pin down. Inner-city gentrification and public housing coexist among trendy cafes and upmarket restaurants. Artist-run galleries and traditional pubs can be found on corners around the suburb, and the Sydney Botanical Gardens is a short 10 minute walk away.
Other landmarks include the famous Harry’s Cafe de Wheels, which can be found between the iconic Finger Wharf and Australian Navy base of Cowper Wharf. Tourists and seagulls alike flock to Harry’s to try the pies and other pastry-based takeaway food.
With the city only a 20 minute walk away and Kings Cross train station just up the hill, Woolloomooloo is serviced only by the 311 bus. Surrounded by Potts Point, Darlinghurst and the Domain and NSW Art Gallery, Woolloomooloo is at the centre of a lot of Sydney’s cultural institutions.
Finger Wharf is a heritage-listed attraction in the area. It used to be a passenger wharf, but is now filled with apartments, a hotel and restaurants. It is the longest timber-piled wharf in the world. It was built in 1910 and in 2000 was awarded its heritage status.
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