MiniMovers is the leading experts in short distance, door-to-door furniture removals. We are a family-owned company and we only employ and train our own people — fit, strong, caring furniture removalists in the Hallett Cove area.
Our hourly rate system is flexible to suit your needs and already comes with a Written No-Damage Guarantee.
Using our unique Removal System frequently works out cheaper than hiring a truck – MiniMovers is faster, efficient and more economical!
What areas do our Hallett Cove Removalists cover?
We offer local, short distance removal services all over Hallett Cove, please check out our list to know more about the areas that we cover.
MiniMovers Hallett Cove 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 to and have the biggest, exceptionally professional local Hallett Cove removalists to come and help you move!
- Bedford Park
- Bellevue Heights
- Dover Gardens
- Hallett Cove
- Happy Valley
- Kingston Park
- Ohalloran Hill
- Seacliff Park
- Seacombe Gardens
- Seacombe Heights
- Seaview Downs
- Sheidow Park
- South Brighton
- Trott Park
Hallett Cove is a coastal suburb in the south of Adelaide, South Australia. It is approximately 23 kms from the capital city, Adelaide. The suburb is actually a small rocky beach and was named after John Hallett, who came across it in 1837 whilst searching for missing stock.
Hallett Cove offers its residents a good range of public parks with open spaces, walking/riding trails such as The Coast to Vines Rail Trail & Marion Coastal as well as BMX track, skate park, tennis courts, and other playgrounds.
A number of primary and secondary school is also found in the area including Hallet Cove School (R-12), Hallet Cove East Primary School (R-7) and the Hallet Cove South School which is also the oldest school in the suburb.
Hallett Cove Shopping Centre, the suburb’s largest shopping centre, has recently undergone a major redevelopment and features an underground parking, 70 specialty shops and a 250 seat food court. The original centre comprised of just a Foodland Supermarket, but the million dollar expansion tripled the centre size and added a Big W department store and a Woolworths supermarket.
Additionally, in the vicinity of the shopping centre is a Tavern, with drive through Bottle-o, Public Library, GP, Orthodontist, a Vet, Real Estate Offices & petrol station.
You’ll also find a reasonable range of cafes and restaurant in the area including the Vietnam Bay Restaurant in Ramrod Avenue and Cafe Rimini Cove situated in Lonsdale Highway.
The conservation park at Hallett Cove offers some terrific scenery for the whole family. An informative walking trail along the cliffs takes in all the geological features including spectacular “Sugarloaf” and yields stunning views across St.Vincent’s Gulf. And at the end of the beach is a great park for the kids while you get to unwind and take in the ocean views.
Public transport within Hallett Cove is served by a regular bus service and there are two public train stations, Hallett Cove and Hallett Cove Beach providing services to the City and suburbs on the Noarlunga Centre Line. Hallett Cove railway station is on top of the cliffs to the north of the beach, and services the greater Hallett Cove area. The Coast to Vines rail trail is a shared bike/pedestrian path that now follows the old line.