Office Cleaning in East Melbourne 3002
We are local to the East Melbourne 3002 area, that means we know the lay out and can be trusted to arrive on top and organised for every cleaning appointment you need us for, anytime of the week that suits you. We know the ins and outs of commercial cleaning, we know how to clean but we also know how to make sure a work space stays clean. In short, we are a service you can trust to keep your workplace spick and span as well as healthy.
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Places of interest in and around 3002 East Melbourne
The Jolimont railway station consists of two side platforms. Platform 1 has a large brick building with a ticket office, while platform 2 has a brick building of similar size. A large Metcard ticket vending machine is located at the entrance to platform 1, able to issue many types of tickets and accepts notes and coins. A small coin-only Metcard ticket vending machine is located next to the ticket office on platform 2. A footbridge is situated at the Flinders Street East Melbourne 3002 end of the station.
Fitzroy Football Clubsuburb of Fitzroy, East Melbourne 3002, Victoria and was a foundation member club of the Victorian Football League (now the Australian Football League) on its inception in 1897.
Parliament House in Melbourne, located at Spring Street in East Melbourne 3002 at the edge of the Melbourne city centre, has been the seat of the Parliament of Victoria, Australia, since 1855 (except for the years 1901 to 1927, when it was occupied by the Parliament of Australia). Despite its protracted construction and evolution of the design, the building today represents a single entity. The flow of the rooms, particularly taken in context with the main facade leading to the Queen`s Hall and the parliamentary chambers, is both logical and visually impressive.