Elsternwick, a beautiful little suburb present in Melbourne is the perfect locality that combines the modern, developed dynamics of the country with the historical traditional ways. It is one of those few places that have managed to retain the essence of the history and embracing the modern culture making it just the right kind of place for people from all walks of life and from all age groups. The Elsternwick Primary School is the school to go to for everyone residing in the Elsternwick village. This suburb is connected to Melbourne through the Sandringham line by just a 15-minute train journey.
The community at the Elsternwick is a tight-knit community and we, at Move My Stuff, are proud to be a part of it. We have helped people to relocate from and to the Elsternwick village and as we have been one of the oldest businesses present in the area, we know the right way to help you with packing, moving and unpacking. Our removalists at Elsternwick will also be ready to lend a hand to help you settle in and a get a lay of the village. For those who are moving out of the Elsternwick village, we are one of their first choices to make their relocation as smooth and comfortable as possible.
There may be a lot of factors that can contribute to increasing your stress levels during your relocation. But why do you need to take in all the stress when you can hire the experienced local removalists from Move My Stuff who can do a better and efficient job?
Elsternwick is a great place for fine dining with more than 30 cuisines from all over the world available in its restaurants. There are a lot of artistic restaurants and cafes lined on the sides of the Glen Huntly Road which is the must place to visit and savor various delicacies of the localities and some unexplored varieties of other cuisines.
As we have been in this relocation industry helping the residents to move to and from the suburban areas of Melbourne, we have the immense knowledge to orchestrate a relocation successfully.
Some Cool Facts about Elsternwick
- It was a popular tradition earlier to name the place based on the largest property in the district and similarly, Elsternwick got its name from the Australian politician and pastoralist, Charles Ebden’s house Elster. The locality was earlier called as Red Bluff.
- Elsternwick Plaza, located next to the railway station, is the perfect place for people to hang out, grab a bite and do relentless shopping. The lively shopping scene at the Elsternwick’s Plaza could help new people to get the feel of the place.
- Jewish International Festival is hosted at The Classic Cinema, one of the earliest theatres in Melbourne, in October/November and during other times, this place features some of the main blockbuster films.
- There are a lot of Victorian terraces in Elsternwick and one of the most popular ones is the Lisbon House.