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MiniMovers Wembley

Making Local Moving Easy

Andrew D. and Matt M. did a great job.. they were extremely friendly and professional and took the utmost care with my belongings.. They made my exper…
Maddy - 01/10/2014

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 Wembley 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 Removalists Wembley cover?

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

 

MiniMovers Removalists Wembley 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 Wembley to come and help you move!

Removalists Wembley

Located just north of Subiaco, and bordering Lake Monger, you will find the quiet, family friendly suburb of Wembley. At less than 10km from the University of WA, the vibrancy of Subiaco, Perth’s CBD and Kings Park and Botanic Gardens, there is always something close by.

Housing prices in Wembley are a little lower than in nearby Subiaco with a three bedroom house averaging $887,000 or $680 per week as a rental. A two bedroom unit averages $315,000 or $370 per week. Wembley is a high demand market at 3 times the average demand for WA. There are 15 schools within the local council area, with three primary schools within the suburb.

There are a lot of facilities within both Wembley and surrounding suburbs, including a golf course, aquatic centre, community centre, library, amphitheatre, and a community garden. There are over 30 sporting and recreational associations in and around the suburb covering athletics, basketball, swimming, croquet, squash, badminton, netball, surf riders, t-ball, tennis, surf life saving, soccer, cricket, hockey and more.

The local council also run a number of community programs including art and culture, dog awareness programs, junior triathlon and summer programs (events, festivals and activities).

Wembley has a rich history. What is now the Catherine McAuley Centre was once a monastery for Spanish Benedictine monks built in 1859. This later became an orphanage, and since 1901, the Sisters of Mercy have resided on the site. The local Lions Club, in conjunction with the council, compiled a brochure of the local Heritage Trail, which allows locals and visitors to explore the area on foot.

Wembley is a suburb which allows you to be close to everything, while still being a quiet, community focused suburb.