When you live in an area with so many different things to do, why would you want to waste your time dealing with rubbish? That’s why Trailer Trash makes cleaning up your junk in Moonee Valley as easy as possible.
We have 3m3, 4m3 and 6m3 bins to suit all your rubbish disposal needs. We make it easy by bringing the bin to you, and then taking it away when you’re finished. Rather than being delivered by big trucks, our skips are delivered by smaller vehicles, meaning that they are more portable and can be put in tricky places where regular skips can’t go. Our skip bins are also have lockable lids, meaning that rubbish won’t be blown all around Moonee Valley. This also means you won’t end up with a collection of your neighbours‘ rubbish.
Want to know more about Moonee Valley?
The City of Moonee Valley is located in Melbourne’s north-west between 3 and 13 kilometres from the Melbourne city centre. In the revamp of Melbourne’s councils in 1994 it was created by joining the City of Essendon and part of the City of Keilor.
It has a population of approximately 130,000 residents and incorporates some of the western suburbs’ most exclusive addresses and suburbs, including Essendon, and suburbs which have become highly sought after as a result of gentrification since the mid-1990s, such as Moonee Ponds.
The Maribyrnong river runs through much of Mooney Valley. The area has a rich indigenous history, and archaeologists have found 40,000 year old human remains near Brimbank Park in Keilor East. There are more than two dozen formally identified Indigenous archaeological sites in the park ranging from sacred trees, a burial site, stone quarries and sites containing axes and scatters of stone tools. Aboriginal sites were discovered along many of Mooney Valley’s waterways, which was part of the territory used by the Wurundjeri.
Suburbs in Moonee Valley:
- Airport West
- Ascot Vale
- Avondale Heights
- Essendon North
- Essendon West
- Keilor East
- Moonee Ponds
- Strathmore Heights