When we start talking about the relocation work, many starts to feel the dread of the move to settle in. However, when you have the help of those who know what they are doing and have done it a hundred times before, then your entire will go on without a hitch!
Hire Move My Stuff removalists for your relocation with Footscray or to any other location to and from this suburb. With extensive experience in the removal industry and hands-on knowledge of dealing with the local routes and rules, our Footscray removalists will leave no stone unturned to make your relocation happen without even the slightest issues.
We offer every removal service you may think of. We provide the whole package of relocation, which also includes packing, transportation and unpacking, or specific relocation services as you need.
Why Choose Move My Stuff as Footscray Removalists?
If you are moving to a new place, you may not be aware of the local policies and how to deal with them. But when you have the local removalists, the whole experience will be made so simple. As our Footscray removalists have been working in the same location for many years, they are familiar with the local routes and policies, which makes it easy for our customers to move with any issues.
They will also provide you with additional tips for the relocation, which is so valuable for a new person moving to Footscray.
Footscray is an inner-west suburb of Melbourne, which is just 6 km away from the central Melbourne district. It has a population of about 16,000, with people from many cultural backgrounds becoming its inhabitants. It’s a vibrant suburb undergoing rapid development with many plans to improve the area. The arts and music scene at Footscray is extensive when compared to any of the nearby suburbs. It also has many factories and warehouses, the notable one among them is the Footscray Ammunition Factory overlooking the Maribyrnong River.
Some Cool Facts about Footscray
- In the list of ’50 Coolest Neighbourhoods in the World’ published by the Timeout Magazine in 2019, Footscray was mentioned in the 13th position.
- A punt was built in 1839 over the Maribyrnong River, which was the first building in the area.
- The Footscray Market is the largest indoor fresh produce and seafood market.