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.
The main collector roads and streets are Canterbury Road and Beaconsfield Parade. Both are double carriageways. Stop Street keeps running along the spine of the suburb and is a solitary carriageway. St Kilda West is adjusted by two cable car courses both with copied track - Melbourne cable car highway 112 (which keeps running along Park Street) and Melbourne cable car highway 96 (which keeps running along the light rail hold). The rural area has a light rail station in the north at Fraser Street while the St Kilda Metropol light rail station is simply outside the south east outskirt and three extra cable car superstops along Fitzroy Street. It is an essentially neighborhood described by a blend of medium thickness porch lodging and pads, dating from the turn of the century to cutting edge howdy rise flats along the foreshore and nearer to close Albert Park.