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Welcome to Tuggerah Removals, your go-to local moving company dedicated to making your move in Budgewoi as smooth and hassle-free as possible.
Whether you’re a homeowner, renter, or local business, we’ve got you covered with our comprehensive removal services tailored to fit your unique needs.

  • Our teams of removalists have the tools to pack, load, and unload your items. They provide you with peace of mind during the move.

  • Or if you prefer to keep costs down, our team of removal coordinators can provide you with an alternative.

  • Looking for a reliable removal Company around Budgewoi, and surrounding area. You’ve found us!

  • Contact us today at Ph 0447 778-098 to connect with a specialist Local Move Coordinator. Get a free quote for your local furniture removal in Budgewoi and nearby areas

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Why Choose Tuggerah Removals and Storage?

1. Professional Removalist Team
Our team of experienced and professional removalists is dedicated to providing exceptional service. We handle your things with extreme care and precision. We make sure they arrive safely at their new destination.

2. Exceptional Service & Tailored Solutions
Every move is unique, and we offer tailored solutions to meet your specific needs. We do pre-packing, furniture assembly/disassembly, and storage. We customize our services to fit your needs.

3. Transparency & Security
We believe in complete transparency and security. Our pricing is simple, with no hidden fees. We use strict security measures. They protect your things during the move.

4. Fully Equipped Trucks
Our fleet of trucks is fully equipped with the latest tools and technology to handle moves of any size. Whether you’re moving locally, across the country, or interstate, we’ve got you covered.

5. Flexible & Affordable
We understand that moving can be expensive. That’s why we offer flexible, cheap packages. They suit different budgets. But, we don’t compromise on quality.

6. Delivery On Time
Punctuality is one of our core values. We ensure that your things are delivered on time. It happens every time. So, you can settle into your new home or office as planned.

7. Sustainable Practices
We are committed to sustainable practices. We designed our operations to minimize environmental impact. This makes us an eco-friendly choice for your moving needs.

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  • Local Moves: Efficient and reliable moving services within Budgewoi and the Central Coast.
  • Country NSW Moves: Seamless relocation services across New South Wales.
  • Interstate Moves: Professional moving services to any state in Australia.
  • Professional Pre-Packing: Expert packing services to ensure your belongings are safe during transit.
  • Small Removals Not every move is the entire house. We can help with small items or just one item
  • Last Minute Moves, If you need a moving service quickly due to unforeseen circumstances, we’ll try to help
  • Storage Solutions: Secure storage options for short-term and long-term needs.
  • Removalist Only Mainly for loading/unloading your truck or Internal moves, where a truck isn’t required

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Tuggerah Removals made our move so easy! The team was professional, efficient, and incredibly helpful. Highly recommend for anyone moving in the Budgewoi area!” – Review from Google

“Moving has never been easier, thanks to Tuggerah Removals. They took care of everything and made the whole process stress-free. Fantastic service!” – Review from Google

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Tuggerah Removals and Storage is your Budgewoi Removal company.
We provide moving, packing, storage, and more.

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We have experience with interstate moves. We have helped families and individuals move from Sydney. They went to other big Australian cities. These cities include Brisbane, Melbourne, and Canberra.

Tuggerah Removals and Storage has a key value: the personal approach we take to every move. We want to make each move as comfortable as possible.

Make a first step and simply contact us for a free consultation. We can answer all your questions and help you find out which moving option is most suitable for you.

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Do you want clarity on your home removals costs?

We help you arrange your house removal. We can also organise packing and unpacking services if you need them.

We take your needs seriously. That’s why we’re adamant that we won’t hit you with extra charges and hidden costs. You just need to tell us what you need. Our Bateau Bay removal consultants will give you the quote for your next move. We can provide you with a comprehensive quote, so why wait?

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Packing And Movers Services

Packing can be one of the most time-consuming aspects of any local or interstate move.

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As a removalist company, we provide reliable removal and storage solutions for all valuable belongings.

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Budgewoi (/bʌəwɔɪ/ BUDGE-ə-woy) is a coastal town that is located on the Central Coast of New South Wales, Australia. Budgewoi is situated on two peninsulas that is split by the Budgewoi Lake. The town is located about 114 km northeast of Sydney. It is part of the Central Coast Council local government area.

Much of the town is surrounded by water; Lake Munmorah, Budgewoi Lake and the Pacific Ocean. Budgewoi is an ideal spot for water enthusiasts. Coles opened its doors in 2005 expanding the central business area and drawing businesses and consumers to the area. It is a relatively quiet, coastal town.

Name

Some sources give the original name as Pudgeway (Aboriginal term for young grass) but this is open to conjecture with local historian (Bruce Russell, “From Pudgeway to Budgewoi”, 1984) stating the aboriginal name for the area as Budjeri, which meant “good conditions” and described the abundance of wallabies, birds, fish, prawns, trees, shrubs and plants they could use to sustain a healthy tribe. early colonists named the area Pudgeway but over the years it has been known by many other names: Budgeway, Possum’s Fence, Sinking, Sandy Point, Halekulani and the present name of Budgewoi which was made official in July 1978. Another source says Budgewoi is an Aboriginal term for “Where the Waters Meet” and this describes the landscape.  A news article from The Sun on 14 September 1923 describes “Budgewoi” as aboriginal for “Good Fishing”[3]

History

In 1827, John Slade offered grant of 640 acres (2.6 km2) but appears not to have taken up the offer. On 11 August 1843, Robert Henderson was granted 640 acres (2.6 km2). He established a dairy farm on the property, supplying milk, meat and cheese to the growing settlement at Gosford as well as the Dove Inn in Sydney, which he also owned.[4] He named the property “Budgewoi”.[5]

In 1856, Henderson sold the dairy farm and two parcels of land in Bungaree Norah to his close friend Edward Hargraves for the sum of $1000, reportedly part of Hargraves’ prize money from the NSW Government for the discovery of gold at Ophir. Hargraves then built “Noraville”. Wollombi Aboriginal Tribe members are known to have worked on the property. Some sources state that Hargraves “befriended” tribe members. Cattle were grazed as far as Buff Point and Elizabeth Bay.

Norah Head lighthouse built and opened in 1903 after vessel wreckages.

Originally used for grazing cattle and agriculture, by the early 1930s Budgewoi was becoming known as a holiday destination and families would come from Sydney to camp over weekends and during holidays. However, getting to the area was not easy so it did not become as popular as other places on the Central Coast.

Surrounding areas

Chinese fishermen worked the Tuggerah Lakes area in the late 1850s, in particular, what is now known as Canton Beach at Toukley. While not confirmed, it is believed this is where the name is derived from. It was a base for catching and curing fish that were then shipped to Queensland, the goldfields and back to China.

1889 saw the opening of the railway from Sydney to Newcastle and Wyong turning into a proper township with the opening of the Royal Hotel and the first post office established. The railway was the making of the timber industry. In its hey day, around the turn of the century, Wyong exported thousands of railway sleepers. In 1904 the Lighthouse at Norah Head was built and the first few houses began to appear at The Entrance. Already early tourists were making the trip to Tuggerah Lakes – by boat, horse-drawn vehicle and train. They went mainly for the fishing and the long bracing walks along the beaches. Slowly, but surely, the population of the Shire grew. Roads, bridges and boarding houses were built. After the war, the Central Coast came of age. The event was marked by the creation of a New Shire, Wyong, out of the old Erina Shire in 1947.

Schools

The Budgewoi Public School was built in 1961, the first headmaster being Mr R. Passlow. He had a staff of five and about 150 pupils in the original block on the corner of Woolana and Lukela avenues. The official record of the school states that a teacher was appointed in January 1960 and the first class started in February 1960. It is possible that these pupils were taught at the Budgewoi Hall, the only one available at the time. The alternative would have been a home or a marquee.[6]

With no high school located in the town, it has always been necessary for students to be bused to schools in the surrounding area; this was Wyong High School until the opening of Gorokan High School in 1976 and to Northlakes High School since its opening in 1981.

Churches

St John’s Budgewoi had Church of England services held fortnightly in the community hall during the 1950s and 1960s. The Budgewoi Ladies Guild was formed to buy a block of land, which was purchased for $423. In December 1971 St John the Evangelist Budgewoi was dedicated and 20 people attended and worshipped. In 2006 church buildings were in need of refurbishment and upgrading to meet the requirements of Wyong Shire Council and due to the short notice given by Council and the significant funds needed the Parish Council reluctantly agreed that it had no option but to close the church for public worship. The final service was held in St John’s Church Budgewoi on 10 September 2006 and it was formally closed by the Assistant Bishop of Newcastle, Graeme Rutherford, on that day.

Notable residents

References

  1. ^ Australian Bureau of Statistics (28 June 2022). “Budgewoi (suburb and locality)”Australian Census 2021 QuickStats. Retrieved 28 June 2022. Edit this at Wikidata
  2. ^ “Budgewoi”Geographical Names Register (GNR) of NSWGeographical Names Board of New South Wales. Retrieved 7 October 2006. Edit this at Wikidata
  3. ^ “Budgewoi Estate”Sun (Sydney, NSW). 14 September 1923. p. 15. Retrieved 22 April 2020.
  4. ^ Taylor, Joan 1884 The Henderson and Ward Families of Brisbane Water.
  5. ^ Section 76 on Historic map of the Parish of Wallarah, 8th Edition 1920, viewed on [1] March 2022
  6. ^ excerpt from “From Pudgeway to Budgewoi” originally compiled by Bruce Russell in 1983 and since updated

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The cost of hiring a removalist in range from $180 per hour to $220 per hour for a two-person team with a full equipped truck and this includes the basics like loading, transport, and unloading. The average rate for 2 men and a truck is $220 per hour. And would depend on the size and access of the job edited 16 May 2024?

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