At Flash Pressure Cleaning our main aim is to provide you with the best pressure cleaning services for around your home, office, warehouse or property in the South Coast and Illawarra area of Wollongong. If what you need is Pressure Cleaning in Wollongong then you have found the right place.
Flash Pressure Cleaning in Wollongong will deliver the most outstanding service direct to your doorstep, we pressure clean everything from cement driveways, pathways, tiled roofs to hard surfaces, brick and concrete pavers and more, that’s why Flash Pressure Cleaning Wollongong has you covered.
Flash has long time experience working with their customers all over the Illawarra and South Coast of Sydney and the Sutherland Shire and St George District areas which remains a high priority service area for us.
Pressure Cleaning in Wollongong is a prime focus for Flash, so there’s no need to worry about whether we can do the job right. Whatever type of Pressure Cleaning service in Wollongong it is that you require, Flash is the number one place to call!
Wollongong is a seaside city located in the Illawarra region of New South Wales, Australia. Wollongong lies on the narrow coastal strip between the Illawarra Escarpment and the Pacific Ocean, 82 kilometres (51 miles) south of Sydney. Wollongong’s Statistical District has a population of 292,190 (2010 est.), making Wollongong the third largest city in New South Wales after Sydney and Newcastle, and the tenth largest city in Australia.
The Wollongong metropolitan area extends from Helensburgh in the north to Windang in the south. It sits within the Wollongong Statistical District, which covers the local authority areas of Wollongong, Shellharbour and Kiama, extending from the town of Helensburgh in the north to Gerroa in the south Geologically, the city is located in the south-eastern part of the Sydney basin, which extends from Newcastle to Nowra.
Wollongong is noted for its heavy industry, its port activity and the quality of its physical setting, occupying a narrow coastal plain between an almost continuous chain of surf beaches and the cliffline of the rainforest-covered Illawarra escarpment. It has two cathedrals, churches of many denominations and the Nan Tien Temple, the largest Buddhist temple in the southern hemisphere. Wollongong has a long history of coalmining and industry. The city attracts many tourists each year, and is a regional centre for the South Coast fishing industry. The University of Wollongong has around 22,000 students and is internationally recognised.
The name “Wollongong” is believed to mean “seas of the South” in the local Aboriginal language, referring to NSW’s Southern Coast. Other meanings have been suggested, such as “great feast of fish”, “hard ground near water”, “song of the sea”, “sound of the waves”, “many snakes” and “five islands.
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