Diggers Rest self storage

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Find out about Diggers Rest Self Storage. Diggers Rest (formerly Diggers' Rest) is a suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 33 km (21 mi) north-west from Melbourne's Central Business District and 39.0 km away from where City West Storage is located. Its local government areas are the Cities of Hume and Melton.  Diggers Rest had a population of 2,275 as of the 2011 Census. 

Diggers Rest lies on the Old Calder Highway, near the Calder Freeway.

Diggers Rest is sometimes erroneously referred to as being famous for being the location of the first controlled powered flight of an aeroplane undertaken in Australia. 

Diggers Rest contains a general store, a primary school and a CFA fire station, along with three large recreation reserves.  Sporting groups in Diggers Rest include Diggers Rest Football Club who plays in the Riddell District Football League.  Other facilities in the Diggers Rest area include the Holden Flora and Fauna Reserve, Animal Land Children's Farm and SPSK Jadran, a Slovenian social club which services nearby St Albans and Keilor.


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Diggers Rest has a railway station on the Sunbury line, connecting the town with Melbourne's CBD.

A bus route connects Diggers Rest with Moonee Ponds and nearby Sunbury, at the former Victoria University campus.

We offer safe, secure and cost-effective self storage in the Western suburbs of Melbourne. 

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Melbourne is the capital and most populous city in the Australian state of Victoria and is the second biggest city in Australia - after Sydney.

The name "Melbourne" refers to the area that spans 9,900 km2. This comprises the broader metropolitan area, as well as being the common name for the Central Business District (CBD). The City of Melbourne is located on Port Phillip Bay and expands into the hinterlands towards the Dandenong and Macedon mountain ranges, the Mornington Peninsula and the Yarra Valley.

Melbourne consists of a total of 31 ‘municipalities’, commonly known as councils or shires that are tasked with governing the local areas they are responsible for. It has a population of 4,529,500 as of 2015, and its inhabitants are called “Melburnians”.

Melbourne was founded by free settlers from the British Crown colony (what we now know as England) on 30 August 1835. Australia was called ‘Van Diemen’s Land’ and the state of Victoria did not exist at the time - Melbourne was in the colony of New South Wales and was named by its Governor, Sir Richard Bourke in honour of then British Prime Minister William Lamb, 2nd Viscount Melbourne.

It was officially declared a city by Queen Victoria, whom Lord Melbourne was close to, in 1847.  In 1851, it became the capital of the newly founded colony of Victoria.

In the 1850’s, during the great Victoria Gold Rush, Melbourne was transformed into one of the world's largest and wealthiest cities.

Melbourne rates highly in education, entertainment, health care, research and development, tourism and sport. It has been voted the World’s most liveable city for six years in a row up until 2016.

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