What areas do our Removalists Chermside cover?

We offer local, short distance removal services all over Chermside, please check out our list to know more about the areas that we cover.

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Removalists Chermside

Chermside is a relatively large northern Brisbane suburb sitting 13km north of the city. Gympie Road, one of the main arterial roads, runs through the middle of the suburb making it easy to get to the city, or north to the Sunshine Coast. Chermside is one of the major satellite suburbs, and due to the large amount of facilities in the area, it is a high demand market.

Much of the main commercial area of Chermside focuses around the major Westfield Shopping Centre in the northern parts of the suburb. In this area you will find retail, medical, restaurants, cafes, a cinema, swimming pool, library and sports club.

Despite being a high demand market and being so close to the city and all the facilities you could need, Chermside is quite an affordable suburb. A four bedroom house sells for an average of $522,500 or rents for an average of $455 per week; a three bedroom unit sells for an average of $455,000 and rents for an average of $440 per week. Chermside is a relatively popular area with singles, couples and home sharers of all ages.

The Brisbane City Council City Plan does note some potential development for Chermside including high density mixed use development building (12 – 15 storeys), high density residential development (up to 10 storeys), medium density residential development (4 – 6 storeys), local road improvements and pedestrian and cycle pathways.

Chermside originally had the name of Downfall Creek, and was used in the 1860’s as a thoroughfare for traffic making their way to the goldfields. In 1903 a local teacher lobbied to have the name of the suburb changed to Chermside, honouring the current Queensland Governor of the time, Sir Herbert Chermside. People started settling in the area from the 1850’s but the Gold Rush of 1867 propelled the suburb forward. The major industries at the time were blacksmithing and coach-building. The suburb was especially popular with German settlers, with a German Quarter formed. Some of the parks in the suburb date back to the early settlement period with many parks named after early local residents.

Chermside is a popular and busy suburb, it is great for those commuting to the city with a large range of buses running regularly to the city, and is perfect for those wanting to live and work in the same suburb.