Bentleigh is a great place for a family to settle with its amazing neighborhood and easy accessibility to the basic amenities and entertainment facilities. It has everything a family needs for a comfortable and luxurious living. The Bentleigh West Primary School, St. Paul’s Primary School and the Our Lady of the Sacred Heart College provide the necessary education for the residents of Bentleigh. Apart from this, the shopping strip has everything from hairdressers and toy shops to medical centers and interior decorators. The shopping strip in Central Road has over 250 retail businesses covering every single requirement of the people of Bentleigh.
Along with the other prominent businesses catering to the needs of the residents of Bentleigh, Move My Stuff has also established our base in Bentleigh to satisfy their moving needs. As we have strong coverage in almost all suburbs of Melbourne, we can easily help you with the relocation of your things to and from Bentleigh. We have helped thousands of families to move around the suburban areas of Melbourne and therefore, our removalists have high practical knowledge in giving you a peaceful relocation.
Bentleigh is one of the well-connected suburbs in the south-eastern suburban areas of Melbourne with two railway stations, Bentleigh railway station and Patterson railway station, and two bus services, 703 Smart Bus service and 701 services. There is a wall made of different designs of mosaic outside the Patterson railway station which is known as the ‘Stationary Faces’.
Move My Stuff – Melbourne removalists have been the top choice for people moving out of Bentleigh and its nearby suburbs due to the personalized services we provide. Our packers and movers are highly professional in their approach and can do a fabulous job of packing and relocating all your stuff with complete protection to it under any circumstance.
Some Cool Facts about Bentleigh
- Bentleigh was named after the Australian politician, Thomas Bent who was also the 22nd Premier of Victoria. In the early stage of his career, Thomas Bent was a property developer buying and selling properties in Brighton and the nearby areas and that’s when he developed the suburb, Bentleigh, and named it after himself. He was said to be one of the most colourful and corrupt politicians the state of Victoria has ever seen.
- An interesting fact according to the 2016 Census is that the most common response regarding the religion status in Bentleigh is ‘No religion’ with around 34% choosing this option. The second most common response amounting to around 23% of the residents was Catholic.
- The St. Paul’s Primary School was established in the year 1928 and was managed by the Daughters of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart till 1993.