Safeguard Locksmiths has been servicing the community for over half a century, established in 1958. Our reputation and quality service have made us as one of Melbourne’s leading security providers. The business has grown tremendously from a simple family business to a big company, servicing the fast developing areas in Port Melbourne and surrounding areas.
Since the incorporation of Safeguard Locksmiths in 1979, we have managed to secure homes and commercial properties of our comprehensive and extensive client base. And we have no plan to slowing down as we continue our commitment to serving more people in other areas. With our 24-hour mobile locksmith services, we can come to you anywhere in the region and metro Victoria as well as the rest of Australia. Our business has been surrounded by a national network of experienced and accredited locksmiths. We equipped our vans with radio control to better serve you virtually anywhere in Australia.
We have proudly serviced Melbourne and the rest of Victoria as well as surrounding areas with a wide range of products and services, assisting the community meet their residential, commercial and automotive locksmith needs. We are proud of the significant growth our business has achieved. Our achievements are the result of our dedicated approach to finding the best outcome for customers.
South Wharf is a suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 2 km south-west of Melbourne’s Central Business District. Its nearby government zones are the Cities of Melbourne and Port Phillip. At the 2011 Census, South Wharf had a populace of 66. South Wharf is a little internal suburb south west from Melbourne’s CBD. Its fringes are the Yarra River toward the north, Wurundjeri Way toward the west, the West Gate Freeway and a little private auto stop flanking Ford Street and Munro Street, which is a piece of the City of Port Phillip, toward the south and the previous Port Melbourne railroad line and Clarendon Street toward the east.
Gazetted in 2008 and some time ago part of the modern and delivery region of Southbank, the renaming is a piece of a more extensive urban reestablishment technique to connect Southbank with the Melbourne Docklands. South Wharf incorporates some of Melbourne’s points of interest, including the Melbourne Exhibition and Convention Center and the Melbourne Maritime Museum, with its legacy Polly Woodside. South Wharf is likewise home to numerous lofts, shopping outlet Direct Factory Outlets and the 5-star lavish lodging Hilton Melbourne – South Wharf. A five-story Victorian distribution center, known as the Tea House (at 28 Clarendon Street), worked in 1888, is one of only a handful couple of structures which survived the redevelopment of the zone.