What areas do our Inner Western Melbourne Removalists cover?

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

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Local Areas

  • Aberfeldie
  • Airport West
  • Albanvale
  • Albion
  • Ardeer
  • Ascot Vale
  • Avondale Heights
  • Bacchus Marsh
  • Braybrook
  • Brookfield
  • Brooklyn
  • Brunswick West
  • Bulla
  • Bullengarook
  • Cairnlea
  • Calder Park
  • Caroline Springs
  • Darley
  • Deer Park
  • Delahey
  • Derrimut
  • Diggers Rest
  • Essendon
  • Essendon North
  • Essendon West
  • Exford
  • Eynesbury
  • Gisborne
  • Gisborne South
  • Glenroy
  • Hillside
  • Hopetoun Park
  • Kealba
  • Keilor
  • Keilor Downs
  • Keilor East
  • Keilor Lodge
  • Keilor North
  • Keilor Park
  • Kings Park
  • Kurunjang
  • Long Forest
  • Maddingley
  • Maribyrnong
  • Melbourne Airport

Maribyrnong

Lying 8km north-west of Melbourne, Maribyrnong is an area that provides inner-city living while also having enough parkland and recreational facilities to keep you relaxed and busy. The Maribyrnong River borders the suburb to the north and the east.

Maribyrnong is a mixture of residential and industrial. While it is home to the Department of Defence ammunitions factory and storage facility, there is also a large number of disused buildings and vacant land. Most of this land is seen as prime development, and has been marked for housing and low density commercial infrastructure development. There are a number of recent housing developments which have taken place, giving the suburb a good mixture of older and newer properties.

House prices in the area are above the average metro Melbourne prices, while unit prices are below the average metro Melbourne prices. The average house price in Maribyrnong is $680,000 while the average unit price is $431,000. Rental prices are quite reasonable for living so close to the city. The average rent for a house is $420 per week, while the average unit rent is $380 per week.

There are several schools in the area, both private and state run. Maribyrnong College is the only high school in the suburb, however there are a number of primary, kindergarten and child care options available.

Commute-wise, there are no trains that run into the city, however Maribyrnong lies on the tram route, as well as a number of bus routes. There is also the Maribyrnong River Trail used by many commuters, as well as recreational cyclists.

Maribyrnong offers a number of recreational areas, including parks, conservation parks, cycle and walking tracks, as well as Highpoint Shopping Centre (one of Australia’s largest shopping centre).

Maribyrnong is a suburb for all residential types – from singles and couples through to families and retirees. If you want a short commute to the city each day, it should be on your list of suburbs to check out.