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Can Do Cranes – Crane Hire Geelong

Crane Hire in Geelong, Victoria

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Can Do Cranes - Crane Hire Geelong

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2 Roy St
Geelong Victoria 3216
Australia

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03 5907 3318

Can Do Cranes Geelong has an extensive range of cranes and experienced operators to help you complete your job quickly and within budget. Our logistical expertise and range of transport and rigging options make us the go-to choice for any project. We can lift heavy objects or reach difficult locations. With a commitment to quality service and customer satisfaction, Can Do Cranes Geelong ensures that your project is completed successfully.

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About Geelong

Geelong ( jih-LONG) (Wathawurrung: Djilang/Djalang) is a port city in the southeastern Australian state of Victoria, located at the eastern end of Corio Bay (the smaller western portion of Port Phillip Bay) and the left bank of Barwon River, about 65 km (40 mi) southwest of Melbourne, the state capital of Victoria. Geelong is the second largest Victorian city (behind Melbourne) with an estimated urban population of 268,277 as of June 2018, and is also Australia's second fastest-growing city. Geelong is also known as the "Gateway City" due to its critical location to surrounding western Victorian regional centres including Ballarat in the northwest, Torquay, Great Ocean Road and Warrnambool in the southwest, Hamilton, Colac and Winchelsea to the west, providing a transport corridor past the Central Highlands for these regions to the state capital Melbourne in its northeast. The City of Greater Geelong is also a member of the Gateway Cities Alliance in partnership with Councils from Newcastle and Wollongong. Geelong is the administrative centre for the City of Greater Geelong municipality, which is Port Phillip's only regional metropolitan area, and covers all the urban, rural and coastal reserves around the city including the entire Bellarine Peninsula and running from the plains of Lara in the north to the rolling hills of Waurn Ponds to the south, with Corio Bay to the east and the Barrabool Hills to the west.

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