With Super Cheap Self Storage, you don’t have to worry about spending money on a self storage unit for your precious belongings because you will definitely get your money’s worth when you place them in our care.
Super Cheap Self Storage runs on a system where we aim to help our customers save wherever possible! And that means cheaper rental rates, bigger discounts and plenty of amazing deals and packages for items like locks, storage boxes and packing material and even moving and removals services, to make moving into your self storage unit that much more wallet-friendly for you and your family!
Life is unpredictable, and so we understand when you need to make changes to your rental contract with us! Self storage is meant to provide our customers with a convenience and it doesn’t make sense to charge you a fee when you need to cut the contract short due to unforeseen circumstances.
Let us know if something comes up and we’ll help you work out your contract so that you can retrieve your items quickly and even get a refund on the unused time! Or you can rent on a long term basis with us and enjoy huge discounts on our self storage units too!
Mosman is a suburb on the Lower North Shore of Sydney, the administrative centre for the local government area of the Municipality of Mosman. Along with other suburbs such as Vaucluse, Bellevue Hill, and Darling Point, it is one of Sydney’s wealthiest and most affluent suburbs.
Mosman forms a peninsula between Sydney Harbour and Middle Harbour. It features several harbour beaches, including Balmoral, Chinamans, Obelisk Beach and Cobblers Beaches. Other attractions include Taronga Zoo, Bradleys Head and sections of Sydney Harbour National Park.
Overlooking the harbour, in Rawson Park, is the Scotland Australia Cairn comprising a stone sourced from every parish in Scotland which is a memorial to the Scottish pioneers. Highland games are held there, usually the day after St Andrew’s Day celebrations. On the eastern shore of Sirius Cove is the site of Curlew Camp where artists such as Arthur Streeton and Tom Roberts once resided. The Council has recently constructed the Curlew Camp Artists Walk.