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Melbourne Truck Hire – Rental Locations
locations within of Melbourne


Melbourne VIC

Melbourne is the capital and most populated city in the state of Victoria, it is the second most populated city in Australia with an recorded average of 4,442,918 residents. It is located on the bay of Port Phillip, with the city centre at the northernmost point of the bay. Melbourne's metropolitan area goes from the south of the City Centre along the eastern and western shorelines of Port Phillip and extends towards the Dandenong and Macedon mountain ranges, Mornington Peninsula and Yarra Valley. When moving to, or relocating within, Melbourne there are forty nine Budget Truck Hire locations that will assist you with your move.

If you are looking to move to an area where pace is relaxing and the majority of the residents own (as oppose to public housing), then you will want to pull your Budget truck into the driveway of a home in Albert Park. Albert Park is located in the inner south of Melbourne and has wide tree lined streets, beautiful Victorian architecture, quality cafes and an award winning bookshop.

Altona, located on the west end of Melbourne, is another great place to live. Although located near the refineries, Altona has a elegant, “old time” feel with the bonus of being near the beach. Although the majority of properties are within walking distance to Altona Beach, the home prices are reasonable and if you will be working in one of the refineries it makes for a great place to work and play.

For working class families, you will want to drive your Budget Truck Rental into a driveway in Brunswick. Brunswick is located in the inner north side of Melbourne and is know to be a working class area of living. There are three areas of living in Brunswick; East Brunswick, Brunswick and West Brunswick. Each of these areas offers a different mix of living from cafes to industry. East Brunswick has a younger average age and offers an array of housing options from cottages to brick homes. East Brunswick is less expensive to live than the other two areas but offers more in housing options and entertainment. CERES Community Environment Park, is situated on the banks of Merri Creek in East Brunswick and is visited by all in Brunswick so it tends to be a little more on the crowded side. West Brunswick take up the majority of Brunswick and is the more popular destination for families to settle in. Brunswick provides an array of neighborhoods with residents from singles to elderly.

For an array of shopping options then suburbs such as Prahran, St Kilda, South Yarra, and Windsor Richmond are inner city suburbs less than ten minutes from the Central Business District. In these suburbs you will not only find amazing shopping, but also an array of night clubs to entertain you until the sun comes up.