Gymea Removals – Residential & Business

Southside Removals have been moving residents of Gymea since 1973.

We understand that what you pack you want to unpack in the very same condition. Unfortunately, when you start to talk to people about their moving experiences all you hear is how traumatic their move was, how many of their precious belongings were damaged.

Unfortunately for them, they did not move with us. We use a wide range of packing boxes, wrapping materials and strapping to ensure your belongings are protected. We also offer a pre-packing and unpacking service. We carefully pack and wrap everything and we have been doing this for 40 plus years so we know a thing or two about how to pack smartly and safely.

We also pride ourselves on the fact that our staff are experienced, fit, strong, capable and most importantly careful removalists. We have experience in moving the delicate family heirlooms to the big and bulky items like pool tables. We even offer a barge service for situations where street access is not possible.

I can’t recommend Tyson from Southside Removals highly enough. I had the unfortunate experience of having to use a different removalist to transport 3 display units which ended up gauged, scratched and damaged. Southside moved us from the Sutherland Shire to Orange with some very valuable and fragile items none of which sustained any damage. I can only say if you are thinking of using a different removalist to Southside then don’t!. – Jill

If you want your move to be the exception to all the horror stories, contact us for a free quote and know you will be in safe hands.

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Our Clients Say…

After 25years living in the same place and then having to choose a removalist, it was not an easy decision. We are so glad that we chose Southside Removals and could not of been more impressed. The price was reasonable and being a local in the Sutherland Shire. Nothing was a problem. We would highly recommend Southside Removals. You took the stress out of moving and left a smile on our face at the end.

John and Ann Emond