Last Updated: Oct/30/2020
Do you feel cramped in your own home? Then its time to clear out the old, broken and unused. At Coogee today we at AAA Mr Rubbish Removal were able to assist a genuine gentleman in clearing out some odds and ends that were just taking up space. Whatever it is you need taken off your hands; we’ll bring you the most courteous, efficient rubbish removal Coogee has to offer. AAA Mr. Rubbish Removal provides fast and easy rubbish removal to Coogee residents, from initial booking to final disposal. When you call us to book an appointment, we’ll set you up with a two hour arrival window then call you 15 – 30 minutes before this window so you know when to expect us. Once our team arrives, you point to the things you want taken and they’ll quote you an upfront, all-inclusive price. As a provider of full service rubbish removal for Coogee, we’re here to handle all aspects of the process, from packing to cleanup and everything in between. Choosing us for rubbish removal in Coogee means you’ll be relieved of absolutely any item you don’t want, provided it’s not hazardous. We remove furniture, appliances, electronics, yard waste and debris, tyres, and whatever else you want to get rid of. When it’s time to dispose of your things, we take all possible items to a recycling facility or donate them to a charity in the area. AAA Mr. Rubbish Removal strives to bring socially and environmentally responsible rubbish removal with every job we The name Coogee is said to be taken from a local Indigenous word koojah which means "smelly place". Another version is koo-chai or koo-jah, both of which mean "the smell of the seaweed drying" in the Bidigal language. or "stinking seaweed", a reference to the smell of decaying kelp washed up on the beach. Early visitors to the area, from the 1820s onwards, were never able to confirm exactly what "Coogee" meant, or if it in fact related to Coogee Beach. Some evidence suggests that the word "Coogee" may in fact be the original Aboriginal place name for the next bay to the north, now known as Gordons Bay. Another name, "Bobroi", was also recalled as the indigenous name for the locality.