Furniture Removalists Bundoora
Specialist furniture movers Bundoora
Our Bundoora removalists services
Finding furniture removalists Bundoora doesn’t have to be a nightmare. At WridgWays, our mission is to help you settle into your new home seamlessly, with as little hiccups as possible. We want you to be able to sit back and relax, and have an enjoyable moving experience.
For over 125 years, we have helped Australians successfully move home, and we can deliver the same service to you. Our expert removalists and consultants offer assistance with insurance, securing storage, pet and vehicle transportation and more. Any questions you have, we can handle it. We make it easy.
With over 125 years of moving experience, you can trust our team of specialists to organise your move from packing up to settling in.
Anywhere in Australia
Our branches are located all across Australia, so wherever you are, we will be close by.
Our relocation services include immigration and visa assistance, school search, home search and more.
No insurance excess
We have some of the lowest rates in Australia for moving insurance, and so your belongings can be covered through transit and storage periods.
125+ Years Experience
We have over 125 years of experience behind us, and will continue to provide the same excellent service in Australia.
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Learn about Bundoora
The public transport options in Bundoora are excellent, with trams, train lines, and bus services that travel throughout the suburb and surrounding areas. The Western Ring Road Trail and Darebin Creek Trail provide cyclists the option for commuting and travelling for leisure. On the weekend, there is a Nightrider bus service that runs through the suburb into the late hours of the night.
Bundoora has plenty of good schools in the suburb including Parade College, Loyola College and Bundoora Secondary College. There are also two university campuses: La Trobe University’s flagship campus, and RMIT’s West Campus. Both universities attract a large student population, and the variety of educational facilities makes Bundoora an ideal place to have children.
Proximity to everything
Bundoora is a self-contained suburb with fantastic education and transport options, plenty of green areas, shopping centres, services, facilities, eateries, and much more. Everything is a stone’s throw away, so you don’t have to travel very far to get what you need.
Parks and gardens
There are an abundance of parks and green spaces in Bundoora. Warrawee Park, Telfer Reserve and Binnak Park are just a few of the wonderful places to take your family and enjoy a day out in the sun. Some parks have undercover areas so you can have a barbecue or picnic while the kids and dogs run around. The kids will also appreciate the many playgrounds and fields to play sport in.
Bundoora Moving Facts
- Bundoora is 16km north from the CBD
- It has a population of 28,653 people (2016)
- Surrounding suburbs include Lalor, Mill Park, Plenty, Thomastown, Resevoir, Kingsbury, Heidelberg West, Macleod, Wasonia and Watsonia North
- Bundoora was first settled in 1835
- 58.6% of the population were born in Australia
- Other common countries of birth were China 7.1%, Italy 3%, India 2.3%, Greece 2.2% and the Republic of Macedonia 2% (2016)
- 16.4% of residents had Australian ancestry, 15.1% were English, 10.7% were Italian, 9.1% were Chinese and 5.8% were Irish (2016)
- The median age of Bundoora is 36
- The median weekly rent is $341 (2016)
- The median weekly household income is $1,426 (2016)