What areas do our Campbelltown Removalists cover?
We offer local, short distance removal services all over Campbelltown , please check out our list to know more about the areas that we cover.
MiniMovers Campbelltown 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.
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- Belimbla Park
- Bickley Vale
- Blair Athol
- Bow Bowing
- Brownlow Hill
- Camden Park
- Catherine Field
- Currans Hill
- Douglas Park
- Eagle Vale
- Ellis Lane
- Englorie Park
- Eschol Park
- Glen Alpine
- Harrington Park
- Long Point
- Menangle Park
- Minto Heights
- Mount Annan
- Mowbray Park
- Mount Hunter
- Narellan Vale
- Oran Park
- Pheasants Nest
- Royal National Park
- Smeaton Grange
- Spring Farm
- St Andrews
- St Helens Park
- The Oaks
- Theresa Park
Are you looking for a suburb that is full of culture, has a variety of educational facilities and multiple environmental assets? Campbelltown could be the place for you.
Named after Governor Lachlan Macquarie’s wife Elizabeth Campbell, Campbelltown was founded in 1820. Located 53 kilometres south west of Sydney and comprising of 33 suburbs and 150,000 people Campbelltown is one of the largest NSW Government authorities.
Home to the largest population in New South Wales whom identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander the Dharwal Aboriginal people are the original people of Campbelltown.
The population of Campbelltown comprises the following:
29% aged between 0 to 17 years old
35% aged between 25 years old to 49 years old
11.3% are mature aged (65 years or older)
Over 26% of population of Campbelltown was born overseas with 18% from non English speaking backgrounds. The most common languages after English are Arabic and Filipino.
Campbelltown has a variety of cultural and educational facilities, including the Campbelltown Arts Centre, The University of Western Sydney, two TAFE Colleges and a variety of private Government schools.
Besides the cultural benefits Campbelltown is also well known for its environmental assets like its rivers and bushlands, which provide great areas for walking or just kicking a footy outside in a park.
The median price for a house in Campbelltown is $350,000.00 and the median price for a unit is $297,500.00. Average rental prices are $390.00 per week for houses and $350.00 per week for units. On average the annual capital growth for a house is 2.77% and 815% for units.
So for a family looking for good schools, close to Sydney and a suburb steeped in culture Campbelltown might be just the suburb for you and your family.