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Brighton is one of the wealthiest suburbs of Melbourne with its majestic homes and an abundance of living facilities. The 82 colourful beach boxes of Brighton are one of the attractive and popular beaches. The residential blocks in Brighton are tastefully developed with easy access to the beach. It has many secondary schools like Brighton Grammar School, Brighton Secondary College, Xavier’s College, Firbank Girls’ Grammar School and a lot of other schools and colleges catering to the needs of the residents in the Brighton. It also has a lot of facilities for sports including football, cricket, hockey, golf, bridge, etc each having its own club for people to learn and to practice.
With a lot of such facilities, living in Brighton can be a perfect place to live in and if you are planning to move to Brighton, we have our own depot there with which we can help in making your move easy and comfortable. We have a wide coverage in the Southern areas of Melbourne and its suburbs, so we can make Brighton removalists as easy as a piece of cake whether you want to move in or from Brighton.
Some of the current notable residents of Brighton are Ricky Pointing, the famous Australian cricketer and former captain of the International Australian Cricket Team, Shane Warne, the famous International bowler in the Australian Cricket Team, Eric Bana, the famous Australian comedian and actor who rose to famous in the move, The Castle, Philippa Christian, famous Australian TV personality and many more.
At Move My Stuff, we can confidently assure that we will do the best job we can to help you in relocating your stuff from Brighton to anywhere in Australia. We take of your things as our own and our customized services will do full justice for the money you need to spend on your relocation and not to mention that, we have one of the most affordable and efficient relocation services in Melbourne.
Some Cool Facts about Brighton
- The history behind the formation of the suburb, Brighton, is quite fascinating. In the early 1840s, Henry Dendy purchased around 5000 acres of the Port Phillip Land and settled in there. But the land didn’t have any source of water and the sales were low and further began to dwindle and to add on, the financial depression set in. In 1839, Jonathan Binns bought the land and soon after the depression, the land sales increased attracting a lot of affluent people due to it building sites and nearness to sea making it the third most populated town in the Port Phillip district in 1846.
- 1n 1861, the Brighton baths were opened which forbid mixed bathing and had separate divisions with wooden bridges for men and women to the bath. These baths are still the only remaining caged open water sea baths in the whole of Australia.
- In 1870, parts of Elwood and Elsternwick were added to Brighton and Brighton became a town in the year 1887.