Do you require backloading from Victoria to Queensland, New South Wales or Australian Capital Territory? Budget Backloading has over 35 years experience helping families and businesses move their items to and from most cities in Victoria, ACT, Queensland and NSW.
Budget Backloading will look after your move with little fuss and at a price that you’ll like.
Why Budget Backloading?
- Storage facilities – Newcastle Warehousing
- Guaranteed hassle free interstate move
- Accredited long distance movers, your assurance of quality
- Professionally trained workforce
- Experienced in moving families between NSW, VIC, QLD, and ACT.
- Our Staff, our trucks door to door.
- Other cities include Melbourne, Canberra, Newcastle, Sydney and others.
Victoria (abbreviated as Vic) is a state in southeastern Australia. Victoria is Australia's most densely populated state and its second-most populous state overall. Most of its population lives concentrated in the area surrounding Port Phillip Bay, which includes the metropolitan area of its state capital and largest city, Melbourne, Australia's second-largest city. Geographically the smallest state on the Australian mainland, Victoria is bordered by Bass Strait and Tasmania to the south, New South Wales is to the north, the Tasman Sea is to the east, and South Australia is to the west.
Prior to British European settlement, Aboriginal peoples, collectively known as the Koori, lived in the area now constituting Victoria. With Great Britain having claimed the entire Australian continent east of the 135th meridian east in 1788, Victoria formed part of the wider colony of New South Wales. The first European settlement in the area occurred in 1803 at Sullivan Bay, and much of what is now Victoria was included in 1836 in the Port Phillip District, an administrative division of New South Wales. Named in honour of Queen Victoria, who signed the division's separation from New South Wales, the colony was officially established in 1851 and achieved self government in 1855.
The Victorian gold rush in the 1850s and 1860s significantly increased both the population and wealth of the colony, and by the time of the Federation of Australia in 1901, Melbourne had become the largest city and leading financial centre in Australasia. Melbourne served as federal capital of Australia until the construction of Canberra in 1927, with the Federal Parliament meeting in Melbourne's Parliament House and all principal offices of the federal government being based in Melbourne.
Politically, Victoria has 37 seats in the Australian House of Representatives and 12 seats in the Australian Senate. At state level, the Parliament of Victoria consists of the Legislative Assembly (the lower house) and the Legislative Council (the upper house). As of 2017 the Labor Party governs in Victoria, with Daniel Andrews serving as premier since 2014. The personal representative of the Queen of Australia in the state is the Governor of Victoria, currently Linda Dessau (in office since 2015). Local government is concentrated in 79 municipal districts, including 33 cities, although a number of unincorporated areas still exist, which the state administers directly.