Super Cheap Self Storage specialises in self storage, but what many of our new customers don’t already know is that we also provide mobile pods. This is an option for those of you who prefer to save on transportation costs and would like to save time and effort during the moving process. A mobile pod can be delivered to your home where you can load your things into which we will then transport back to our storage facility for secure storage.
If this is what you are looking for, get in touch with our friendly staff today to ask more!
If we haven’t said it enough – our self storage service starts from as low as $2.84/day and we are not even kidding! Our target audience is just about anyone who needs that additional storage space for whatever reasons there is out there. Regardless of your needs and budget constraints, Super Cheap Self Storage is always ready for you with our environmentally-friendly storage units at your disposal, anytime, any day.
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Earlwood is located 10 kilometres south-west of the Sydney CDB, a suburb in Inner west Sydney, in the state of New South Wales.
Earlwood began as a land grant obtained in 1827 and was then called Parkes Camp after the logging camp that was operating in the area. Later it became known as Parkestown and in 1905-06 it changed to Forest Hill and finally in 1918 changed to Earlwood. Earlwood has during the history sometimes mistakenly been classed as a part of Sydney’s Inner West which has formed very close links with the Inner West in regards to both culture and demographics.
The suburb is primarily residential with some commercial developments around the main road being Homer Street. The shopping centre of the suburb is located on on this street and features a number of restaurants and cafes including Greek, Thai and other European cuisines.
There are many parks and gardens in the area including ‘Gough Whitlam Park’ and ‘Waterworth reserve’ on Bayview Avenue, ‘Heynes Reserve’ which is a recreation area at the junction of the Cooks River and ‘Earlwood Oval’ which is a local park and sporting ground with deep historical and social importance being home to local cricket, soccer and football clubs.