What do our Beerburrum Removalists do?

We offer local, short-distance removal services all over Beerburrum.

MiniMovers Beerburrum removalists will help you in all areas of your move with a comprehensive removal package including professional prepackers and unpackers who can also be hired at an hourly rate. Our MiniMovers Boxes will help prevent damage and speed up the moving process, thus dramatically decreasing the moving time and costs. Plus with our Buy Back system, we’ll let you save even more. Storage is not a problem either – ask us for solutions and we’ll help you with your self-storage needs. Book now and have the biggest, exceptionally professional local removalists in Beerburrum to come and help you move!

Facts about Beerburrum

Nestled between the Pumicestone Channel and the foot of the Glasshouse Mountains is the town of Beerburrum. With its country feel surrounded by national parks and state forests this is one of those suburbs you can escape to get away from city life. Beerburrum is 60km north of Brisbane, located in the Sunshine Coast hinterland.

Beerburrum takes its name from Mt Beerburrum which forms part of the Glasshouse Mountains range. Mt Beerburrum was once an active volcano, which last erupted over a thousand years ago. Beerburrum was one of the towns set aside for soldier resettlement after the First World War, and there are a number of signs of its military history from the Avenue of Trees through to the WW1 cemetery.

Beerburrum is now home to producers of pineapples, strawberries, small crops and dairy cattle. For those with children, there is a small state school in the suburb and there is also a small state school in nearby Glasshouse Mountains.  There is a high school 10km to the north at Beerwah and one 16km to the south in Caboolture.

There have been few property sales in Beerburrum in the past year; however, the average price of four-bedroom houses currently for sale is $465,000. Rental properties are few and far between. Despite being a relatively small suburb in terms of residents, there is a train station in the suburb that links into the Sunshine Coast line into Brisbane. It is approximately an hour’s trip into the city via train on a good day. In peak-hour traffic, you may be looking at an hour-and-a-half to two-hour drive.

The council is planning to keep the area relatively free of development, planning an increase of only 20 new houses over the next 20 years. They have identified keeping the town as a small village with any development to keep in line with the rural characteristics of the town.

For those who like the outdoors, being surrounded by national parks and state forests, as well as Pumicestone Passage and Caloundra all relatively close by, you won’t run out of things to do. You can always ask for MiniMovers’ Brisbane removals service on your move.