Searching for Luggage Storage in Melbourne is no more. We offer a fully insured luggage storage service that comes to you, stores your bags for as little or as long as you need and then returns them back to you, wherever you are and whenever you need.
A more practical solution to storage lockers at Southern Cross Station or some random location that will mind your bag, where you are dictated to by the hours they are open. Best of all, you don’t need to drag your bags to that location or return back there before you head to your next destination.
The easiest, safest and most convenient luggage storage in Melbourne, that is never full, never breaks down as is always open. We operate in the CBD and Melbourne suburbs, Melbourne Airport, Avalon Airport, Geelong, Phillip Island & Mornington Peninsula. Check out our reviews, we are 5 star.
Our locations are infinite, because we come to you and then drop your luggage off back to you, whenever you need.
Ideal for Airport to city before check in, or city to Airport after check -out. Do more with your day and know you can catch the a taxi, ride share from whenever you are, without the need to go back and retrieve your bags beforehand.
We could provide a list of locations, but there is no need because we go everywhere, meaning if you use our services, you will have the easiest solution to your luggage storage needs.
All of our locations are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and on public holidays. The only luggage storage that can state that are the Southern Cross Station Luggage Lockers – but you can not book them, they are not insured and can often be out of order.
Our service is simple
Melbourne is quite often ranked the Word’s Most Liveable city and in-fact it has always made the top three in the EIU Global Liveability Index.
The atmosphere of Melbourne’s City Centre & inner suburbs thrives on its creative & diverse community and consists of concentrated fashion, dining & coffee precincts. The city’s interlocking laneways and shopping strips offer bespoke boutiques, hidden cafes and leading restaurants, while the larger modern department stores, such as Myer & David Jones are familiar to those used to Bloomingdale’s, Macy’s, Harrods or Daimaru.
Melbourne’s city pulsates with a dynamic and cutting-edge arts and culture scene, no matter what time of year.
Stroll the laneways and embrace the evolving Street Art scene, like in Hosier Lane or cross the Yarra River to Southbank and you will find the Arts Centre, Melbourne Theatre Company, Malthouse theatre, Recital Centre and National Gallery of Victoria together with riverside restaurants & bars, Crown Casino and its supposed World of Entertainment plus the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre.
If you re looking for festivals, there are plenty, including the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, the Melbourne International Film Festival, the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival, Moomba, White Night Festival & the St Kilda Festival that are draw-cards to international & local talent.
The “Sporting Capital of the World”, Melbourne an Olympic & Commonwealth Games city hosts spectacular sporting events throughout the year, including Grand Slam Tennis at The Australian Open, The Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix at Albert Park, Moto GP at Phillip Island, The President’s Cup At Royal Melbourne Golf Course, the best sport in the world that culminates with the AFL Grand Final at the MCG, World Cup Cricket and the race that “Stops the Nation”, the Melbourne Cup at Flemington Racecourse.
Restaurants, cafes and bars are a plenty. From Young & Jackson’s opposite Flinders Street Station (the home of Chloe) for a relaxing beer or to one of the hidden roof top bars where you can experience a novel cocktail or a craft beer. Melbourne’s dining scene will satisfy the most discerning palate and will suit all budgets.
There are numerous parks and open public spaces in the middle of the city that are ideal to relax in. Enjoy the peace and solitude in the tree-lined pathways through the Treasury and Fitzroy Gardens, the diversity of Birrarung Marr, the natural fauna of Royal Park and the beautiful Royal Botanic Gardens.
If the city is not for you, you can jump on a tram through the inner suburbs and explore their uniqueness or just find your special place and sit back and have a coffee.
These are just some of the things you can do in Melbourne; however if you are either side of hotel check-in or check-out, it is all a lot easier, when you are Hands Free, so do yourself a favour, don’t waste a minute and use luggage storage – especially one that comes to you.
Melbourne’s weather likes to keep you on your toes. Famous for four seasons in one day, it can get extremely hot and turn quite quickly. Although you can feel the cold, it doesn’t snow, but that variance in temperature can make it difficult to climatise. Our advice – take a jacket.
For the current weather and forecast check out the BOM
Melbourne is quite flat, so it is pretty easy to walk or ride a bike; however if that is not your thing and you are more suited to Public Transport, then the inner suburbs are well serviced.
Home to world’s largest tram network, you can see many of the inner suburbs by jumping on a tram. You can venture around the city on a historical Tourist Tram – Route 35. It travels clockwise and anti clockwise around the CBD and into Docklands.
If you want to go further and maybe get there a little quicker, there are trains to all points of the compass (unless you want to go to Doncaster) or you can catch a bus.
Whatever you plan to do, just make sure you do it Hands Free.
So if you are waiting for your accomodation after an early flight, or you are at the ned of your trip, have checkout of the hotel and are waiting for the departure flight, you can do a lot more, when BagBoyz® look after your bags.