What do our Birkdale Removalists do?

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

MiniMovers Birkdale 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 Birkdale come and help you move!

Facts about Birkdale

Located within the Redlands area to the east of Brisbane, is the fairly large suburb of Birkdale. Within a short driving distance of the coast that forms Raby Bay, Birkdale is a suburb for everyone. Despite how close it is to the water (and within 30km to Brisbane’s CBD), prices in the suburb are quite affordable. A three-bedroom house averages a sale price of $394,000 or a rental price of $400 per week; a three-bedroom unit averages a sale price of $385,000 or a rental price of $390 per week. It is a suburb in high demand with an average of 23 people looking at each available property compared to the average of 13 across Queensland.

For families, there are two primary schools in the suburb with more choices in surrounding suburbs; there is a small selection of secondary schools; and a large selection of daycare and kindergarten facilities. For those commuting towards the city, there is a train station within the suburb as well as two in surrounding suburbs. The train from Birkdale goes directly to the city. There is also a bus service in the area.

For weekends, there are a large number of sporting facilities in the area, a golf course and a number of parks and reserves. If you don’t mind a longer trip, you can get to North Stradbroke Island and Coochiemudlo Island via their respective ferries.

The local councils provide a number of facilities for those living in and visiting the area; you could explore one of the heritage or art walk tracks, visit one of the local swimming pools, explore the local art gallery, or visit some of the camping areas around the local council area.

One of the downsides to living on the eastern side of Brisbane can be the commute into the city each day. While it is only 30km, there are only a few main roads in the city and it can become a struggle through the traffic some days.

If you want to be close to all facilities, as well as the water, Birkdale may be the perfect suburb for you, our professional movers in Brisbane can help you with your move if you decide to live in Birkdale.