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Mould Experts Townsville

Water damage restoration services

Mould Experts Townsville

80/25 Sturt St
Townsville City Queensland 4810

(07) 5227 8769

Business Description

Our mission at Mould Experts Melbourne is to provide our clients with top-notch mould remediation and preventative services that will ensure a healthier, safer and more comfortable indoor environment. We are dedicated to delivering comprehensive solutions for mould-related issues, offering peace of mind to homeowners and businesses across Melbourne.

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MondayOpen 24 Hours
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About Townsville City

Townsville City is a coastal suburb at the centre of the City of Townsville, Queensland, Australia. In the 2016 census, the suburb of Townsville City had a population of 2,910 people.It is the city's central business district and a major hub for businesses of all sectors in the Northern Australia region. == Geography == Townsville City is a strip of land along the northern-eastern bank of Ross Creek at its mouth at the Coral Sea, thus the suburb is bounded to the north by the Coral Sea and to the south-east by Ross Creek. It is overlooked to the west by Castle Hill. The land is mostly low-lying, just about sea level, apart from Melton Hill (19.2559°S 146.8189°E / -19.2559; 146.8189 (Melton Hill)) which creates a natural boundary to North Ward to the north-west. North Ward Road (Denham Street) runs through from north to south-east. == History == Townsville City is situated in the traditional Wulgurukaba Aboriginal country.Townsville City takes its name from Robert Towns, a merchant and entrepreneur, who was a pioneer financial supporter of pastoral development around the Ross River area.Services of worship for members of the Baptist Church commenced in Townsville in January 1888 in rented premises. In 1891 the Townsville Baptist Church bought the land and two cottages (at the rear of the allotment) from the original landholder, Duncan McVean, for £500. At the time the allotment took up one half of the length of Fletcher Street between Sturt and Walker streets (19.2650°S 146.8099°E / -19.2650; 146.8099 (Townsville City Baptist Church (former))). In September 1893, a vacant Congregationalist church building in Denham Street and its contents were purchased and re-erected on the Sturt Street site.

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