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  • Our expert team of Removalist is here to make your local move to or from Ourimbah and surrounding areas as hassle-free as possible, thanks to our experience that goes back more than a decade.
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  • Our experienced coordinators will assist you in planning and executing a seamless removal, ensuring that all your belongings are safely transported to your new destination.

In addition to our top-notch moving services, Tuggerah Removals and Storage offers an array of additional services designed to make your move as convenient as possible. We provide professional packing services, ensuring your items are safely packed for transport. For those who prefer to pack themselves, we offer quality packing materials suited for securing a wide range of items. We also offer secure storage solutions for those in need of extra space or in-between homes.  With Tuggerah Removals and Storage, we’ve got your moving needs covered every step of the way.

At Tuggerah Removals and Storage, our clients’ satisfaction is our top priority. But don’t just take our word for it, hear it from our happy customers themselves.

John from Ourimbah says, “Tuggerah Removals and Storage made my move so much easier than I ever thought possible. Their team was professional and took great care in handling my belongings. Highly recommended for anyone in need of reliable and affordable removals.”

Another satisfied client, Lisa shares, “I was amazed by the quality of their packing services. Everything arrived in perfect condition, and their storage facilities were clean and secure. I couldn’t have asked for a better moving experience.”

And it’s not just John and Lisa who are satisfied. We have a plethora of testimonials from customers who appreciate our local removals in Ourimbah. Their glowing reviews are a testament to our unwavering commitment to providing top-notch removal and storage services. With Tuggerah Removals and Storage, you’re not just hiring movers – you’re partnering with a team that truly cares.

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Discover the ultimate local removal service in Ourimbah and surrounding areas. Our team of experienced removalists are dedicated to making your local move hassle-free. With over a decade of expertise, we have the skills and knowledge to handle your relocation with ease.

Equipped with top-of-the-line tools and equipment, our removalists efficiently pack, load, and unload your belongings, providing you with peace of mind throughout the entire moving process. 

Alternatively, if you’re looking to keep costs down, our removal coordinators can provide you with a more affordable option. We aim to cater to all budgets and needs.

Need affordable, reliable, and friendly removal services in Ourimbah and nearby areas?
Your search ends here!

Give us a call today at Ph 0447 778-098 to speak with one of our expert local removal coordinators.
Get a free quote for your local removal around Ourimbah and rest assured that our experienced coordinators will help plan and execute a seamless relocation, ensuring the safe transport of all your belongings to your new destination.

Moving around Ourimbah or Central Coast from Sydney or just around the corner, we understand that the process can be stressful and that’s why our professional removal team. is here to help!

We have interstate experience assisting families and individuals relocating from Sydney to other major cities in Australia, including Brisbane, Melbourne, and Canberra.
Our team of removal experts understands the unique challenges and logistics involved in long-distance moves, ensuring a smooth transition for our clients. With our extensive network and knowledge of these cities, we can provide tailored solutions to meet your specific needs and make your move as stress-free as possible. 

Tuggerah Removals and Storage One of our key values is the individual approach that we apply to every single removal, as we want to provide the most comfortable moving experience possible. We understand that each move is unique and comes with its own set of challenges. That’s why our team at Tuggerah Removals and Storage takes the time to understand your specific needs and tailor our services accordingly. Whether you’re moving a small apartment or a large family home, we strive to make the process as seamless and stress-free as possible. 

Take the first step and call us for a free consultation. We can assist you in determining which moving option is best for you while also providing all the information you need. Our experienced removal team will guide you through the entire moving process, from packing and loading to transportation and unpacking. We have the expertise and resources to handle any size of move, ensuring that your belongings are safely and securely transported to your new location. 

Ourimbah (/ɔːrɪmbɑː/) is a small township in the Central Coast region of New South Wales, Australia, located about 78 kilometres (48 mi) north of the state capital Sydney. Ourimbah is located approximately halfway between Sydney and Newcastle. The township today consists of small scattered local shops and businesses along the Pacific Highway, as well as the Central Coast campus of the University of Newcastle. Ourimbah had a population of 3,951 at the 2016 census.[1]


The Aboriginal word “Oorin” meaning “Belt of manhood”[2] in which a stone axe was carried on hunting expeditions, and “Oorinbah” which is the bora ring or ceremonial ground in which the initiation ceremony of conferring the “belt of manhood” was carried out is where the name for Ourimbah originates from. Ourimbah was also known as ‘Blue Gum Flats’ which is what the school was called. The name of Ourimbah was universally adopted for the School, Post Office, Railway and Township in the late 19th century, as well as for Ourimbah Creek that skirts the north of the town.

There are many sites around Ourimbah which provide evidence of Aboriginal occupation. These include axe grinding grooves, archaeological deposits of campfires and food scraps, cave art, as well as many stone implements which have been purloined by museums and privateers.

Blue Gum Flat Public School (Ourimbah Public School) was built in 1863 on the site of the present railway station. In 1886 the school was moved to the opposite side of the road and a wooden building constructed. Ourimbah railway station was built in the same year and opened on 15 August 1887 and was the only station other than Narara between Gosford and Wyong at this time.[3]

The relocation of the school and construction of the railway provided the opportunity for the subdivision of land into “town-size” allotments and the creation at Ourimbah of a townscape at first dubbed “Beckford”. An area had previously been earmarked for a township to the north of this planned subdivision.

The town of Ourimbah, with its blue gums, blackbutts, round leaved gum, spotted gum and white mahogany trees, was an ideal place for the milling of timber to support a Sydney building boom between 1840 and 1870. The 1840s saw a major growth of population in the Ourimbah area. Attracted by the availability of work cutting timber, a great number of young couples moved all through the Central Coast, gradually forming settlements at which many began to put down roots.

While the timber supply thinned out, other means such as Citrus fruit and dairy farming restored the fortunes of Ourimbah. Later, in the 1950s it was realised that the dairy industry could not survive. The citrus farmers found themselves in a similar bind, unable to match the economies of scale available to producers elsewhere.

On the Australia Day long weekend in January 1970, Ourimbah was the venue for Australia’s first major rock festival, the “Pilgrimage For Pop”, which drew 11,000 fans.[4][5][6]

The early 1970s land boom, which saw much land redeveloped into smaller holdings, was the end of any serious potential for farming as a means of supporting a family in Ourimbah. Land use once again changed, with pockets of urban development amongst the acreages, themselves now valuable for the leisure opportunities they offered rather than as agricultural holdings.

In recent years, Ourimbah has grown from a rural town into a suburban commuter township.


Central Coast Campus Entrance

Entrance of the University of Newcastle, Central Coast Campus.

Ourimbah Public School is the oldest school on the Central Coast, opening in 1863 as Blue Gum Flat School.[7] It continues to grow and change from its once small stable rural environment to its present rapidly expanding urban environment.

The University of Newcastle has a campus at Ourimbah through a multi-sector co-located partnership of the University and TAFE NSW – Hunter Institute. The Ourimbah campus offers University, TAFE and Community College programmes and courses on one site so that students can take advantage of pathways between levels and sectors of education and training. Affiliates are the Central Coast Community College and the Central Coast Conservatorium of Music. The University of Newcastle commenced teaching at the Ourimbah Campus, also known as the Central Coast Campus, in 1989.

Campus Central is the Ourimbah Campus student association. Campus Central has been operating as an independent student organisation at the Ourimbah Campus since 1994. Campus Central has retained autonomy through the VSU (Voluntary Student Unionism) legislation changes, and continues to provide services to students, members and the Campus community.

Historical sites and heritage listed buildings

  • Sawmill (R. Brownlee & Co.)[8] – Brownlee Street
  • Utility Structure – No. 1A Jaques Street
  • Dwelling – No. 23 Chittaway Road
  • Dwelling (Former Post Office) – Ourimbah Creek Road
  • Primary School – No. 121 Pacific Highway
  • Railway Station – Pacific Highway
  • Shop – No. 21 Pacific Highway
  • World War 1 Monument – Pacific Highway
  • Post Office and Residence – Station Street
  • Dwelling – No. 100 Shirley Street

More information and photos can be found at wyongsc.nsw.gov.au[9][10]


Ourimbah railway station is situated on the Main Northern railway line. The Pacific Highway runs through its centre. It is part of the Central Coast Council local government area.

Major upgrades to the Pacific Highway occurred in 2007 by Roads & Maritime Services.

  • Stage 1 – Lisarow to Ourimbah

Upgrading the intersection of the Pacific Highway and Dog Trap Road at Ourimbah: [11]

  • Stage 2 – Lisarow to Ourimbah

Upgrading the Pacific Highway between Glen Road and Burns Road: [12]

  • Stage 3 – Lisarow to Ourimbah

Symbol of Ourimbah

The magpie is commonly used as a symbol for Ourimbah. The black and white bird is featured in the logo of Ourimbah Public School. The school song references the magpie in its first verse, “Here lies Ourimbah nestled in a valley,/ Home of the magpie and blue gum tree” and in its repeating chorus, “home of the magpie colours black and white,” referring to the school uniform colours.[13]

The magpie symbol is used for many local sports teams: Ourimbah Rugby League Football Club,[14] Lisarow Ourimbah Cricket Club,[15] Ourimbah Netball Club,[16] and Ourimbah Lisarow RSL Bowling Club.[17]

Historical images


  1. Jump up to:a b Australian Bureau of Statistics (27 June 2017). “Ourimbah (State Suburb)”2016 Census QuickStats. Retrieved 1 January 2020. Edit this at Wikidata
  2. ^ “Placenames — Gosford City Council”. Archived from the original on 29 August 2007. Retrieved 21 July 2007.
  3. ^ “Life and Times of the University Of Newcastle’s Central Coast Campus”Hunter Living Histories. 11 June 2021. Retrieved 3 September 2021.
  4. ^ “Weekend Rock Festival in Australia Ends Quietly”New York Times. 26 January 1970. Retrieved 20 May 2010.
  5. ^ “Today in Music: A look back at pop music”. UPI.com. 26 January 2002. Retrieved 22 August 2018.
  6. ^ Shedden, Iain; Box, Dan (17 August 2006). “Industry salutes the godfather of Aussie rock”The Australian.
  7. ^ “Front Side” (PDF). Retrieved 22 August 2018.
  8. ^ “R Brownlee & Co Sawmill in Ourimbah”. Brownlee.com.au. Retrieved 22 August 2018.
  9. ^ “Wyong Shire Council”. Archived from the original on 29 December 2003.
  10. ^ “Wyong Shire Council”. Archived from the original on 22 December 2001.
  11. ^ “{title}”. Archived from the original on 31 August 2007. Retrieved 2 June 2007.
  12. ^ “{title}”. Archived from the original on 17 August 2007. Retrieved 2 June 2007.
  13. ^ “School Song & School Creed – Ourimbah Public School”. Ourimbah-p.schools.nsw.edu.au. Retrieved 22 August 2018.
  14. ^ “History – Ourimbah Wyoming & Districts RLFC Inc. – SportsTG”. Websites.sportstg.com. Retrieved 22 August 2018.
  15. ^ “Lisarow-Ourimbah Senior Cricket Club”. Lisarowourimbahcc.nsw.cricket.com.au. Retrieved 22 August 2018.
  16. ^ “Ourimbah Netball”. Ourimbah Netball. Retrieved 22 August 2018.
  17. ^ “{title}”. Archived from the original on 1 December 2017. Retrieved 27 November 2017.

Some questions we get asked about our removal process.

An authorised representative needs to be at both the uplift and delivery of your belongings. At delivery it is especially important that this person can advise the Removalist crew on the placement of furniture and cartons in the new home and complete the delivery documentation.