Postcode 3003, Exit Cleaning or Bond Cleaners or Deep Cleaning

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Mr Meticulous Cleaning is a reputed cleaning company with a highly trained and skilled team who offers services to the inner and wider Melbourne area. We specialise in cleaning, Final Cleans, bond Cleaning, Exit Cleaning and Window Cleaning, and we also service Strata Cleaning.

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Mr Meticulous Cleaning offers efficient final cleans + deep cleaning+ window Cleaning + strata cleaning +Exit Cleaning. Every clean scheduled with Mr Meticulous Cleaning is fully insured. We have cleaners verify police checks and supply their cleaning tools & chemicals.

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Our cleaning service is designed to fit around your schedule, providing your best professional home cleaning in Melbourne is done efficiently. Our experts make sure you get 100% effective cleaning. While cleaning your place, we ensure minimal disruption to your day when completing your cleaning tasks.

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Mr Meticulous cleaning platform connects you with trusted, safe, and qualified cleaners for window cleaning + final cleans, exit cleaning services, bond cleaning, green cleaning, deep cleaning. We ensure 100% Happiness—same-day online bookings available Australia-wide.

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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.

At Mr Meticulous – will put the sparkle back into your place! Call us at 9904 1905 or email us at [email protected] and let’s get you that service you want – deserve.

End Of Lease Cleaning Services in Melbourne or Bond Cleaning or Final Cleans by Trusted and Verified Mr Meticulous Cleaning Services Melbourne

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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West Melbourne, Victoria

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West Melbourne
St Mary Star of the Sea, West Melbourne
West MelbourneWest MelbourneLocation in metropolitan Melbourne
CoordinatesWest Melbourne 300337.808°S 144.927°ECoordinatesWest Melbourne 300337.808°S 144.927°E
Population5,515 (2016 census)[1]
 • Density862/km2 (2,232/sq mi)
Area6.4 km2 (2.5 sq mi)
Location2 km (1 mi) from Melbourne
LGA(s)City of Melbourne
State electorate(s)Melbourne
Federal division(s)Melbourne
Suburbs around West Melbourne:FootscrayKensingtonNorth MelbourneYarravilleWest MelbourneMelbourne CBDYarravillePort MelbourneDocklands

West Melbourne is an inner suburb of Melbourne, Australia, 2 km north-west of and adjacent to Melbourne’s Central Business District. Its local government area is the City of Melbourne. At the 2016 census, West Melbourne had a population of 5,515.[1]

West Melbourne is bounded by Victoria Street and the Sunbury/Werribee railway lines in the north, Footscray Road, the Moonee Ponds Creek; and by La Trobe Street in the south. Peel Street and the Flagstaff Gardens help form the eastern boundary, with the western boundary defined by the Maribyrnong River and Coode Island, a locality of West Melbourne, which is home to Victoria’s largest toxic chemical storage facility.

Being originally largely an industrial area, a significant portion of West Melbourne is occupied by the Port of Melbourne, the Dynon Railway Yards and the Melbourne Markets. These include the Wholesale Fruit and Vegetable and Fish Markets, as well as the National Flower Centre. It also contains an increasing number of residential and commercial properties, consisting of a mixture of Victorian single and double storey terrace houses and converted warehouses at the north-west corner of the Melbourne CBD. It is also adjacent to the Queen Victoria Market, located on the east of Peel Street and to the south of Victoria Street.



West Melbourne Post Office opened on 1 March 1937 and was replaced by the Queen Vic Market Newsagency office in 1990, which closed in 1996.[2]


In the 2016 Census, there were 5,515 people in West Melbourne. 42.3% of people were born in Australia. The most common countries of birth were China 7.4%, India 4.9%, South Korea 4.5%, Malaysia 3.7% and New Zealand 2.6%. 45.4% of people only spoke English at home. Other languages spoken at home included Mandarin 10.0%, Korean 4.3%, Cantonese 3.5% and Spanish 2.0%. The most common response for religion was No Religion at 44.8%.[1]


North Melbourne railway station

The North Melbourne railway station is actually located in West Melbourne, opposite the Railway Hotel on Ireland Street.

The 220 bus between Sunshine and Gardenvale passes along Dudley St.

A number of tram routes run along the periphery of the suburb, along Victoria Street (the No.57 West Maribyrnong – Flinders St), Peel/William Street (the No.58 Toorak – West Coburg) and La Trobe Street (the No. 35 City Circle and the no. 30 St Vincent’s Plaza – Docklands lines).



St James Old Cathedral


  • Carron Tavern, Spencer Street
  • McMahons Hotel (Moomba Hotel, formerly North West Hotel), Spencer Street
  • Railway Hotel, Ireland Street
  • Royal Mail Hotel (formerly Maitz), Spencer Street
  • Royal Standard Hotel, William Street
  • Hotel Spencer, Spencer Street
  • Three Crowns Hotel, Victoria Street


One of the West Melbourne’s restaurants

  • Sassy.x Restaurant & Bar
  • Sarim’s Cafe’
  • Citrus Mint
  • Kathmandu Cottage
  • Warung Agus
  • Le Taj
  • Wild East
  • Amiconi
  • Fraus
  • Tandoori Dhaba

Entertainment venues[edit]

Parks and gardens[edit]

  • Flagstaff Gardens
  • The Triangle Park (bounded by King Street, Chetwynd Street, Eades Place)
  • The Pocket Park (bounded by William, Howard and Rosslyn Streets)


Aerial view of eastern commercial and residential section of West Melbourne looking south toward Melbourne CBD and Docklands. North Melbourne railway station and railyards are at right

North of the railway lines[edit]

The area bounded by Railway Parade and Spencer Street has undergone significant change since 2000. While the region has always been mixed industry and residential, the industrial flavour of the area has diminished rapidly, as West Melbourne’s population increases. In Dryburgh, Laurens, Ireland, Stanley and Adderley Streets, the majority of the warehouses have been converted to townhouse developments. The development nearby of the Docklands has had a significant impact on the perceived prestige of the area, and it is rapidly losing its status as one of the most affordable precincts with such proximity to the CBD.


West Melbourne lays claim to the southern side of Victoria Street, meaning that a small range of restaurants and shops lie within its boundaries. Otherwise it has no shopping area of its own. However the Direct Factory Outlet development on Spencer Street in the CBD, and Errol Street, North Melbourne are just outside the boundary of West Melbourne.

Coode Island[edit]

Coode Island viewed from the west

Coode Island is a locality in West Melbourne’s industrial zone. It is unusual in that although it is a locality of West Melbourne, with the creation of Melbourne Docklands and the Bolte Bridge, the area has become completely disconnected from the main area of the suburb.

It is the site of Victoria’s major petrochemical storage facility. The area is named after engineer John Coode and retains the “Island” name, despite no longer being an island.