What areas do our Removalists Chuwar cover?
We offer local, short distance removal services all over Chuwar, please check out our list to know more about the areas that we cover.
MiniMovers Removalists Chuwar 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 Chuwar to come and help you move!
Split between the Brisbane City Council and the Ipswich City Council, Churwar sits to the west of Brisbane and north of Ipswich. The suburb is spilt by Blackwall Road, with those on the south in the Ipswich region and those to the north in the Brisbane region.
There are a lot of new residential estates popping up around Chuwar and mixed with the older properties or land parcels, you should be able to find a lot of housing options to suit what you are after. A four bedroom house in Chuwar can be purchased for an average of $457,500 or rented for an average of $380 per week. Chuwar is a fast growing area in terms of property prices. Since 2009 the median property price has skyrocketed 108.5% although the number of houses going up for sale has decreased by almost 60%.
With Wivenhoe Dam not too far away and the Brisbane River running alongside the northern parts of the suburb, there is potential for flooding in big storm events. In the last major storm event in 2011, the main areas expected to be flooded were around Kholo Bridge, Kholo Road and Mt Crosby Road. The Brisbane River crossing at Colleges Road also frequently goes under water making crossing the river a lot more difficult than normal due to detours.
For those with school aged children you will find a small amount of primary and high schools in nearby suburbs including Ipswich, Mt Crosby and Tivoli. There is also a TAFE campus 8km away in Bundamba and the Ipswich campus of the University of Queensland less than 10km away. For those commuting, Brisbane CBD is 40km to the east while Ipswich is 8km to the south. There are very few public transport options in Chuwar so you will either need to drive to Brisbane or catch a train from Ipswich to the city.
Chuwar was originally named in 1848 by surveyor James Warner. There has been no explanation found of the suburb name found as the page of his notebook explaining the reason is missing. It is known to be an Aboriginal name with local significance and is pronounced chew-war.
Chuwar is a suburb known for its leafy green suburbs and is perfect for those who don’t want to live in the city, but still want to be close enough for a daily commute.