Print Companies in Moorabbin
While much of Moorabbin, which is 16 km south east of Melbourne CBD, is industrial (including factories of Philip Morris and Coca Cola) there is also the significant educational institution, Moorabbin's campus of the Holmesglen Institute of TAFE, which caters to over 10,000 students a year.
This is an interesting, mixed use area where the demands of industry, commerce and the educational sector combine to provide a busy market for print companies, such as Minuteman's local outlet.
The suburb's residential area was built mainly in waves after the second world war, in the 50s, the 70s and more recently with Melbourne's population explosion. There is a variety of tram and bus services which make the area handy to neighbouring suburbs, the beach and, of course, Melbourne. A quirky remnant of local history is the Moorabbin Archery Club, established in 1957, which is the oldest and largest archery club in Victoria.
Locals live near to the sea, with beachside suburbs such as Brighton, Sandringham and Mordialloc only minutes away, as are the Edithvale Wetlands, the Grange Heathland and Kingston Heath Reserve and sporting facilities.
Car sales are a feature of the Moorabbin area, particularly along the Nepean Highway and Warrigal Road, where huge car dealerships – from inexpensive runarounds to luxury vehicles – attract buyers from all around Melbourne and beyond.
The Moorabbin Airport – actually to be found next door in Mentone – while not the international people mover that is Tullamarine, is one of the busiest airports in the southern hemisphere. It is a leader in general aviation, in its regional connections and through its pilot training.
Moorabbin is a surprising area with printing needs covering business card and stationery, and also, given the larger institutions, industry and commerce, flyer, catalogue and brochure printing and local environment conservation opens possibilities for postcard printing.