What do our Cedar Grove Removalists do?

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

MiniMovers Cedar Grove 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 Cedar Grove to come and help you move!

Facts about Cedar Grove

Cedar Grove is a southern Logan City suburb sitting just south of Jimboomba. The area was once known as Cedar Pocket, but in 1979 the area was subdivided into four to five-hectare rural residential lots. Today it is still a rural suburb in an average-demand market. Houses range from two bedrooms to six bedrooms, which means it is a great suburb no matter the size of your family. Today, you can pick up a four-bedroom house for an average of $459,750 or rent a three-bedroom house for an average of $393 per week.

The western border and half of the northern border of the suburb run along the Logan River, while the eastern border of the suburb runs along the Mount Lindesay Highway, which offers easy access to and from the suburb. Cedar Grove is 55km from Brisbane and 70km from the Gold Coast. Travelling via the main roads, both areas are fairly easy to access for work purposes. Beenleigh is 35km to the northeast and offers trains to both Brisbane and the Gold Coast.

For those with children going to school, there is a large range of schools to choose from, from Beaudesert to Jimboomba, covering primary and secondary, private and public. There is also a TAFE campus at Beaudesert and university campuses in Brisbane and on the Gold Coast.

Cedar Grove is just 30km from Lake Wyaralong (Wyaralong Dam) which is one of south-east Queensland’s newest dams. Based at the bottom of Mt Joyce, there is a large range of recreation facilities including boating, camping, fishing and picnic facilities. There are also over 40km of multi-use trails for walkers, mountain bike riders and horse riders. There is a plan in place for the western horse trail to connect to the planned Boonah to Ipswich trail providing horse riders a number of trail opportunities.

While it is a fair driving distance from Cedar Grove to either Brisbane or the Gold Coast, it is a suburb for those who are after green spaces, open air and lots of room for the kids or pets to run around in. With many facilities available in nearby towns, you have everything you need close by.

When it comes to relocating, trust our expert and well-prepared removalists in Gold Coast for a hassle-free experience.