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Mr Meticulous has offered cleaning services in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, and the Gold Coast for close to 30 years, with many long-term happy clients. No cleaning task is too big or small for our cleaners. We have a unique strategy for every job of home cleaning in Melbourne.

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Mr Meticulous Bond Cleaning and our End of Lease Cleaning have been looking after Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, and the Gold Coast properties since 1995, close to 30 years now.

A highly trained and skilled team of cleaners who take great pride in the results they achieve. Our end-of-lease cleaning has been looking after Melbourne clients and doing all the real estate exit cleans, bond cleans, or the Deep Cleaning properties required us to do so for so long.

Mr Meticulous End of Lease cleaning service understands the importance of providing a spick and span, detailed clean before new tenants move in.

Our Bond Cleaning Service not only offers general cleaning, but we also can do an entire Oven + Stove Top. Range Hood cleans back to nearly new, we offer carpet steam cleaning, window cleaning, high pressure – gerni cleaning, wall cleaning, mould removal, there is no service we do not do so that getting your end of lease cleaning service done 100% to guarantee your money back so that your bond money is returned.

Whether we are cleaning for a ONE-OFF deep cleaning service for, say, an end of builders cleans or a shop fit-out cleaning service, all final building and construction cleaning is attended to with kit cloves so that the handover is flawless and faultless. We know what builders and the homeowners want in the standard and finished the handover. We had completed hundreds of builders cleans. All that work that goes into a building and managing a project, the last thing you want is for this builder clean to go wrong at the previous stage….. we are your cleaners, your only safety net to hand over.

End of Lease Cleaning and the Bond Cleaning Service is something that we have become well known for. We have completed 1000’s of end of lease cleaning jobs for individuals and real estate agencies. We see the degree of perfection an end of lease cleaning is expected to be handed back in.

You are welcome to contact us to enquire further, receive a quote, or book your clean with us on 9904 1905 or [email protected] 

Property owners, Property managers and former Tenants can feel confident that they will receive a cleaning result that will make the transition easy, both for the new tenants moving in; and the former tenants in their bid to acquire their bond back (understanding the end decision is made by the property agency or owner and is based on the requirements as per the tenant’s lease).

For that stress-free end of lease experience, you can trust us at Mr Meticulous Cleaning Services Melbourne.

You are welcome to contact us to enquire further, get a free estimate, or book your clean with us. You can find more information about Melbourne from Wikipedia.

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Sunshine, Victoria

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Sunshine town centre
CoordinatesSunshine 3020 Melbourne37.781°S 144.832°ECoordinatesSunshine 3020 Melbourne37.781°S 144.832°E
Population9,768 (2016 census)[1]
 • Density1,993/km2 (5,160/sq mi)
Area4.9 km2 (1.9 sq mi)
Location12 km (7 mi) from Melbourne
LGA(s)City of Brimbank
State electorate(s)FootscraySt Albans
Federal division(s)Fraser
Suburbs around Sunshine:AlbionSunshine NorthBraybrookSunshine WestSunshineBraybrookSunshine WestBrooklynTottenham

Sunshine is a suburb of Melbourne, Australia, 12 km west of the CBD, located within the City of Brimbank local government area. Sunshine recorded a population of 9,768 at the 2016 census.[1]

Sunshine, initially a town just outside Melbourne, is today a residential suburb with a mix of period and post-War homes, with a town centre that is an important retail centre in Melbourne’s west. It is also one of Melbourne’s principal places of employment outside the CBD with many industrial companies situated in the area, and is an important public transport hub with both V/Line and Metro services at Sunshine train station and its adjacent major bus interchange.



Sunshine MarketplaceDevonshire Rd, Sunshine town centreThe H.V. McKay Memorial Gardens with the Sunshine Presbyterian Church in the background

19th century[edit]

The farms and settlements in the area now known as Sunshine first came under the Sunshine Road District (1860–1871) which later became the Shire of Braybrook (1871–1951).[2]

From 1860 to 1885 the only railway which passed through the area was the Bendigo line and the only railway station in the area was Albion & Darlington (opened 5 January 1860) at the site of the current Albion station. When the Ballarat line was built through the area, a new station was built at the junction of the two lines: this station opened on 7 September 1885 and was called Braybrook Junction as it was in the Shire of Braybrook.

The area around the Braybrook Junction railway station then came to be known as Braybrook Junction. The Braybrook Junction Post Office opened on 25 August 1890.[3]

20th century[edit]

Pre-war Sunshine[edit]

In 1904 H. V. McKay bought a factory in the area called the Braybrook Implement Works. He also secured 400 acres (160 ha) of land at Braybrook Junction with the aim of establishing housing to allow his future workers to live in the area, along the lines of a company town. The land became the Sunshine Estate (see below).[4]

In 1906 McKay moved his agricultural machinery manufacturing business from Ballarat to his newly acquired factory in Braybrook Junction. The factory was renamed the Sunshine Harvester Works and it became the largest manufacturing plant in Australia.

In July 1907, the train station, the post office, and the shire riding‘s names were changed from Braybrook Junction to Sunshine after workers and residents had petitioned to do so in honour of McKay’s Sunshine Harvester Works.[5][6][2]

Also in 1907 an industrial dispute between owner H. V. McKay and his workers at the Sunshine Harvester Works led to the Harvester Judgement, the benchmark industrial decision which led to the creation of a minimum living wage for Australian workers.[2]

The Sunshine train disaster on 20 April 1908 killed 44 people at Sunshine station.[7]

In 1909, the H. V. McKay Sunshine Harvester Works Pipe Band was formed. This is one of Australia’s oldest continuously functioning pipe bands and still exists as the Victoria Scottish Pipes & Drums.[8]

Prue McGoldrick’s My Paddock: An Early Twentieth Century Childhood is a memoir of growing up in Sunshine.[9][10]

The Sunshine Estate and H. V. McKay’s civic works[edit]

Main article: Sunshine Harvester Works § The Sunshine Estate

The land that H. V. McKay had earlier purchased to build housing for his workers on was developed by McKay as the Sunshine Estate, a housing estate developed with reference to some of the ideals of the Garden city movement, an influential town planning movement of the early 20th century.[11][12] Infrastructure and amenities established by McKay for the Sunshine Estate and the rest of Sunshine included electric street lighting, parks and sporting grounds, public buildings, schools, and a library. The town of Sunshine (not a suburb of Melbourne at this point) became regarded as a model industry-centred community.[13] Housing for the McKay’s employees swelled the local population and the town of Sunshine was touted as the “Birmingham of Australia”.[14]

Post-war Sunshine[edit]

After WWII, Sunshine increasingly became connected to the sprawling city of Melbourne as car-based travel enabled people to leave the inner city suburbs and move into houses on larger blocks in suburbia. In 1951, the old Shire of Braybrook was abolished and the City of Sunshine was established.[15]

Sunshine was not immune when many Australian-based manufacturing industries started winding down during and after the 1970s. In 1992, the Massey Ferguson factory, formerly the Sunshine Harvester Works, was demolished to make way for the development of the Sunshine Marketplace.[16]

On 15 December 1994, the City of Sunshine was abolished and Sunshine became part of the newly created City of Brimbank.[17]

21st century[edit]

Sunshine is now both a low-density residential suburb and one of Melbourne’s principal places of employment outside the CBD. Many heavy and light industrial companies are situated in and around the area and it is an important retail centre in Melbourne’s west. In addition to Sunshine’s street shopping strips there are two shopping centres, the Sunshine Plaza and the Sunshine Marketplace. There is a Village Cinemas multiplex, the “Village 20 Sunshine Megaplex”, at the Sunshine Marketplace.[18]

Educational institutions in Sunshine include Victoria Polytechnic (the TAFE division of Victoria University). Secondary schools include Sunshine College and Harvester Technical College.[19]


Sunshine is a highly multicultural suburb. In the post-WWII period, many immigrants from all over continental Europe settled in Sunshine. Today Sunshine still has significant populations from Italy, Greece, the former Yugoslavia, and Poland. It is also the main centre for Melbourne’s Maltese community:[20] indeed, the only branch of Malta‘s Bank of Valletta in the whole of Oceania is situated on Watt St, Sunshine.

From the late 1970s, many Vietnamese refugees settled in Sunshine and surrounding areas. The Vietnamese have opened small businesses such as groceries and restaurants throughout the Sunshine town centre. More recently, immigrants moving to Sunshine have come from SudanBurma and India.[1]

In 2016, Sunshine had a population of 9,768. The most common ancestries given in the 2016 census were: Australian 11.4%, English 12.5%, Vietnamese 12.9%, Chinese 5.9% and Irish 5.0%. For country of birth, 42% of people were born in Australia while the other most common countries of birth were Vietnam with 12.6%, India 5.7%, Burma 4.0%, Philippines 2.0%, and Nepal 2.0%.[1]