Mount Kuring-Gai takes its name from “Guringai” the indigenous people of Sydney clan. It is a suburb in northern Sydney is located over 30km north-west of the Sydney CBD. It is one of Sydney‘s hilliest suburbs where altitude varies from 57m to 221m above sea level.
This city lays on the edge of Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park with only 1,700 people living there. However, it is divided by the Pacific Highway which connects the South and North Shore. Additionally, one side happens to be strictly commercial with a brand new shopping mall.
Mount Kuring-Gai has its own loyal group of locals. Young families and elderly dwellers are all falling in love with this country town feel. At the same time, it is close to schools and good job opportunities.
It is a quiet neighbourhood with little traffic and good parking. Additionally, as it is on the edge of the national park, it is very clean and green. Being close to wild life is nothing new for it’s citizens.
Parking in the suburb is not a problem but as it is very hilly, travelling with bigger UTEs or trucks might be challenging. Furthermore, houses based on steep hills often struggle with harder access. Estates tend to be bigger and internal stairs and small stairways are challenging during removals. In the same vein, it is good to choose a removalist company with experience in similar conditions.
Moreover, while moving with your young family it is very helpful to choose our ladies packing team to fasten everything up. Additionally, they can help with preparing for the move but also unpacking which might go slower than expected. Lastly, using their help will guarantee that all of your belongings are secured in the best way they can. It is also sometimes good to ask for an extra man so that it will go faster. Furthermore, the stressful experience of moving houses will leave only good memories from both destinations.