Interstate Removalist Bundaberg

Interstate Removalist Bundaberg

Interstate Removalist Bundaberg

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If you’re looking for a Bundaberg Removalist you can’t go past 1800 Removals.

With decades of combined removal experience our team will get your move done efficiently with no fuss.

We quote our Bundaberg removalist to include two men for your local removal, however  you can always hire an extra removalist to get the job done faster. 1800 removals can help your with your removal of a unit or 2 bedroom houses with a small truck, 3-4 for bedroom house with the medium sized trucks or a large 5+ bedroom home with the large trucks. Otherwise at a cheaper rate we can supply just one man and small truck.

We perform thousands of local and Interstate removals every year. Locally family owned and operated!


Interstate Removalist Bundaberg

Bundaberg is a city in Queensland, Australia. It is part of the local government area of the Bundaberg Region and is a major centre within Queensland’s broader Wide Bay-Burnett geographical region. The city is on the Burnett River, approximately 385 kilometres (239 mi) north of the state capital, Brisbane, and 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) inland from the coast. The local Aboriginal group is the Kalki people

The first Europeans in the area were timbergetters and co-founders of Bundaberg, John and Gavin Steuart who arrived in 1867. The town was surveyed in 1870. By 1881 it was gazetted as a municipality (the Borough of Bundaberg). It grew rapidly into a town by 1902 and a city by 1913.

Education

There are many public and private primary schools in Bundaberg.

Bundaberg has three public high schools, Bundaberg North State High School, Bundaberg State High School (the second-oldest high school in Queensland that is still open) and Kepnock State High School. There are also three main private secondary schools: Shalom Catholic College, St Luke’s Anglican School, and Bundaberg Christian College.

There is a campus of the Wide Bay Institute of Technical and further education on Walker St and a campus of the Central Queensland University, located adjacent to the airport. There is a campus of the Booth College at the Salvation Army‘s Tom Quinn Community Centre.

Transport

View of Bundaberg town centre from the Burnett River bridge.

Bundaberg Airport has flights to Brisbane and Lady Elliot Island. The city is home to the Jabiru Aircraft Company, which designs and manufactures a range of small civil utility aircraft.

Bundaberg’s bus operator is Duffy’s City Buses. As of 2013, they transport over 1000 passengers in town services, and over 2000 passengers in school services every day.Routes extend to the beach suburbs of Burnett Heads, Bargara, and Innes Park. Stewart & Sons also operates bus services in the area.

Bundaberg is serviced by several Queensland Rail passenger trains, including theTilt Train and is approximately four and a half hours north of Brisbane by rail. The closed North Bundaberg station formerly served the Mount Perry railway line and is now a museum.

Bundaberg is situated at the end of the Isis Highway (State Route 3), approximately 50 kilometres (31 mi) east of its junction with the Bruce Highway. Many long-distance bus services also pass through the city.

Bundaberg Port is located 20 kilometres (12 mi) northeast of the city, at the mouth of the Burnett River. The port is a destination for ships from Australia and overseas. It is predominantly used for shipping raw sugar and other goods related to that industry such as Bundaberg Rum.

Economy

 Looking down Bourbong Street, Bundaberg town centre.

Bundaberg town centre with Bundaberg General Post Office to the right.

Young woman riding on the back of a turtle at Mon Repos Beach, near Bundaberg, ca. 1930.

Subtropical Bundaberg is dependent to a large extent on the local sugar industry. Extensive sugar cane fields have been developed throughout the district. Value-adding operations, such as the milling and refinement of sugar, and its packaging and distribution, are located around the city. A local factory that manufactured sugar-cane harvesters was closed down after it was taken over by the US multinational corporation Case New Holland. Most of the raw sugar is exported. A bulk terminal for the export of sugar is located on the Burnett River east of Bundaberg.

Another of the city’s exports is Bundaberg Rum, made from the sugar cane by-product molasses. Bundaberg is also home to beverage producer Bundaberg Brewed Drinks and Craft Brewery Bargara Brewing Company.

Commercial fruit and vegetable production is also significant: avocado, banana, bean, button squash, capsicum, chilli, citrus, cucumber, custard apple, egg fruit, honeydew melon, lychee, mango, passionfruit, potato, pumpkin, rockmelon, snow peas, stone fruit, sweet corn, sweet potato, tomato, watermelon, zucchini. Macadamia nuts are also grown.

Tourism

Tourism is an important industry in Queensland, and Bundaberg is known as the ‘Southern Gateway to the Great Barrier Reef‘. The city lies near the southern end of the reef in proximity to Lady Elliot and Lady Musgrave Islands. The nearby town ofBargara is an increasingly popular holiday and retirement destination.

The Mon Repos turtle rookery is located on the coast just east of Bundaberg. The northern bank of the Burnett River between the Don Tallon and Burnett bridges is home to a colony of flying foxes.

Nearby beaches are popular with both locals and tourists. Moore Park, to the city’s north, has 20 kilometres (12 mi) of golden sandy beach. Beaches on the southern side of the Burnett River are (from north to south) the Oaks Beach, Mon Repos, Nielsen Park, Bargara Beach, Kellys Beach, Innes Park and Elliott Heads.

Cania Gorge National Park, Deepwater National Park, Eurimbula National Park andKinkuna National Park, located in the Bundaberg region are popular with campers and bush-lovers.

Tours of the Bundaberg Rum distillery and attractions at Bundaberg Botanic Gardens, such as the 2 ft narrow gauge Australian Sugar Cane Railway, are also popular with tourists. The Mystery Craters, 35 unexplained water-filled holes in the ground, discovered in 1971 at South Kolan, are also a tourist attraction.

Opened in 2002 by the former member for Hinkler Paul Neville, the Tom Quinn Community Centre gardens (a multiple “Bundy in Bloom” winner) is a site to be seen with local flora and fauna, its own cafe, marketplace, chapel, green house, training facilities, woodwork and indigenous nature section.

Opened in December 2008, the Hinkler Hall of Aviation is an historical aviation tourist attraction that celebrates pioneer solo aviator Bert Hinkler. In 1928, Hinkler was the first person to fly solo from England to Australia. The museum includes an exhibition hall, featuring multi-media exhibits, a flight simulator, a theatre, five aircraft and the historic Hinkler House.

Other local attractions and events include the Whaling Wall, East Bundaberg Water Tower, Baldwin Swamp Environmental Park, Alexandra Park Zoo, Barrell House, Bundy in Bloom, Whale watching, reef tours of Lady Musgrave & Lady Elliiot islands, the Bundaberg Show, Bundaberg & Childers Regional Art Galleries, the Bundaberg Gliding school, Fishing Charters, the Bundaberg International Air Show, and the Woongarra Marine Park.

Museums and galleries

The Bundaberg region contains a variety of museums and art galleries that showcase the region’s history and culture.

MyGov

Once you have established your myGov account, you will be able to link your myGov account to a range of Member Services. Member Services may be operated by the department (DHS Member Services) or by other government or non-government entities (each of which is an Other Agency).
A growing range of member services including:

  • Personally Controlled eHealth Record
  • Child Support
  • Department of Veterans’ Affairs
  • National Disability Insurance Scheme

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A tight budget doesn’t mean you’re small move can’t be exceptional. That’s because we deliver the same big service no matter how small the load. With 1800 removalist there are no minimum weight requirements. Depending on how much you ship, our small removalist quote will save you money on your small move.

Moving Quick Tip – Interstate Bundaberg

To prevent your belongings getting mixed up with other people’s boxes and furniture during a move, clearly label all boxes with your name and their contents and have an inventory count of the number of items you are moving.

For more helpful tips when moving check moving from an apartment or change of address checklist.