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Plumber Oatley

Are you looking for a plumber in Oatley, NSW? Or encountered an emergency plumbing issue? Get in touch with Dial Up Plumbing Services for a seamless plumbing service experience.

When do you need a plumber?

Plumbers are experts when it comes to unblocking drains, fixing pipes, detecting plumbing leaks,  unclogging sink, hot water installation, and many more. A licensed gas plumber can even help you with gas installation.

We are a licensed plumbing service provider helping you with blocked drain repairs, pipe relining, leaking tap fixes, pipe installations, and all kinds of other plumbing installations and repairs.

Not sure if a plumber can help you? We would be more than happy to help you if you give us a call at (02) 8999 6125.

A plumbing service trusted by residents in Oatley

Dial Up Plumbing services has delivered top-notch plumbing service to the residents of Oatley for over last 20 years.

Our plumbing service Oatley comes with 10 years of licensed plumbing experience and is different compared to other local plumbing companies. Choosing the right plumbing company is very vital, and can make a difference of quality and cost.

Our Oatley plumbers can attend you for a same-day service at your commercial or residential property solving any kind of plumbing issue at an affordable rate.

From blocked drains to leaking taps, plumbing problems comes in all shapes and sizes. Specially, residential homeowners in Oatley encounter a lot of problems in the form of plumbing emergencies.

We can attend to emergency plumbing situations

Whether it be a gas leak or leaking pipe, when it a matter of urgency, we come into action. Pronto!

Dial Up Plumbing is just a dial away from you. Contact us today to get started with your plumbing job.

Dial Up Plumbing

Local Plumber Oatley, Always Near You

Our plumbers have a reputation for being reliable and available at times when you need us. The team of Dial Up Plumbing Services is comprised of plumbing experts coming from different parts of Sydney and can come to you quickly as possible in terms of any plumbing emergency.

No job is too big or small for us. We’ve encountered a wide variety of jobs in the past, from slow draining pipes and gurgling noises to complete blockages, overflowing toilets, and tree roots causing damage to residents’ homes!

Some common plumbing problems we respond to 

As plumbing experts, we can provide you with a quote for any problem and recommend permanent solutions to ensure that the same issue never occurs again. Some of the plumbing problems that we often get inquiries for are;

🟨 My toilet is not flushing, toilet water not filling, blocked toilets

🟨 Tree roots blocking the pipes, blocked drains, storm water blocked drain

🟨 Leaking taps, burst taps, shower repairs, and leaking showers

🟨 Hot water system not working, cold water coming from taps and more

Whatever the plumbing problem is, the solution is just a dial away: Contact Dial Up Plumbing today!

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We Specialise in Fixing Blocked Drains

When it comes to unblocking drains in Oatley, our drain plumbers are the best. We unblock sinks, toilets, sewer, and drainage with perfection.
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Oatley here.

Our cutting edge technology which includes using the best drain clearing chemicals, CCTV Inspection technology, water jetting equipment’s ensures that every drain clearing work we do is carried out with perfection.

Are you after permanent no-dig blocked drain solutions? Dial Up Plumbing is also regarded as the best team of licensed drain experts when it comes to providing top-notch pipe relining services in Sydney.

Get in touch with Plumbing Experts in Oatley

Dial Up Plumbing is a Oatley’s trusted plumber for a reason. Our team is prominent when it comes to responding to plumbing emergencies. Looking for 24 hour emergency plumber in Oatley?

Well, with Dial-Up Plumbing Services, you can rest assured on your couch. Our team is equipped with all the plumbing tools and machinery required to fix a plumbing problem at any time of the day. Why look for someone else when an award-winning local team of licensed plumbers is available to you at an affordable price? We have recently provided services in the following locations; Plumber Mortdale, Plumber Carlton, and Plumber Campsie.

FAQs

The services provides by Dial Up Plumbing comes with a labour warranty.* We also provide various discounts on plumbing and are known for quality workmanship in your local area. Our name is synonymous to quality service, affordable prices, and best customer services.

We provide all kinds of residential and commercial plumbing solutions in Oatley. Our range of plumbing services includes pipe relining, blocked drain repairs, shower repairs, bathroom installations, hot water replacements and many more. In fact, our commercial plumbers in Oatley are regarded as the best service providers by the local residents.

Hiring a professional plumber does not cost much when you get in touch with the right plumbing company. In fact, going for cheap plumbing prices and saving your plumbing cost for now is sure to bring more expenses as seen in many cases.

The cost of hiring a plumber varies on a lot of things. In most cases we need to come to your place and inspect the situation in order to provide the right cost structure. However, we can always give you a rough idea on costing if you get in touch with us.

Oatley is a suburb in Southern Sydney in the state of New South Wales, Australia. It is located 18 kilometres (11 miles) south of the Sydney central business district and is part of the St George area. Oatley lies in the local government area of Georges River Council. It lies on the northern side of the tidal estuary of the Georges River and its foreshore includes part of Oatley Bay and Lime Kiln Bay, and all of Neverfail Bay, Gungah Bay and Jewfish Bay.

The area now known as Oatley lies either on the traditional lands of the Dharug people or the coastal Eora people, both of whom spoke a common language. It lies close to the lands on the Tharawal on the south bank of the river. Georges River Council acknowledges that the Biddegal/Bidjigal/Bedegal clan of the Eora are the original inhabitants and custodians of all land and water in the Georges River region.

Evidence of Aboriginal occupation of the land now known as Oatley exists in the form of numerous shell middens and rock shelters near the shore of Georges River. Lime Kiln Bay once had more extensive shell middens, made over centuries by local people; the bay gets its name from early settlers burning the shells to create lime.The kilns were located in what is now Oatley Park.

One of the earliest contacts between British settlers and Aboriginal people occurred on 20 January 1788, just to the west of Oatley. Arthur Philip and Philip Gidley King, leading a party of seamen from the First Fleet rowing two open boats, explored the ‘South-West Arm of Botany Bay’ (now Georges River). They are now thought to have gone as far as Lime Kiln Bay, where they landed at two locations, thought to be just west of the boundaries of modern-day Oatley. Not finding enough freshwater, around Botany Bay and its two ‘arms’, the colonists moved on to Port Jackson, where the settlement of Sydney began six days later.

This suburb’s name can be traced to James Oatley Snr, a convict clockmaker, who was transported to Botany Bay for life in 1814. Seven years later, in 1821, Governor Lachlan Macquarie granted Oatley a conditional pardon and appointed him overseer of the Town Clock for his work in installing the clock at Hyde Park Barracks.

On 17 August 1898, Oatley was the site of a pursuit and gun battle involving a party of police and George Peisley (or Peasley), a fugitive cattle and horse thief, who was using a sandstone cave on the eastern side of Gungah Bay as his hide out. Peisley escaped capture, but was arrested at Arncliffe on the following day and eventually sentenced to four years hard labour.

The post office opened in 1903, thus giving the district its official name of Oatley. Prior to this, the area west of the railway line was officially in the suburb of Hurstville and attached to the Hurstville Post Office with “Oatley’s” in parentheses at the end of the address. Likewise, the streets east of the railway line were officially in the suburb of Kogarah and attached to the Kogarah Post Office. In the late 1890s both Hurstville and Kogarah were much larger suburbs and were later divided up into separate suburbs.

Oatley is notable as the terminus of the first railway electrification project in Sydney, which reached this station from Sydney Central in 1926.

In January 1946, the foreshore of Oatley Bay, near Russell Street, was the site of a horrific fatal shark attack, in shallow water. Large sharks have been sighted in the shallow bay, many times over the years, and dogs have been taken. Swimmers at Oatley Park and the Oatley Pleasure Grounds are protected by shark-proof enclosures.

When a group gathered in Oatley Park in December 1959, to form a Bowling Club, it was inevitable that the founding members should choose a clock as the club emblem. The hands on the clock were set at 15 minutes after 10 – the precise time the first meeting of the Oatley Bowls Club was opened. The club has since closed, though the greens and Club premises remain.

The Oatley campus of Alexander Mackie College of Advanced Education opened in 1981 on the site of the former Judd’s Brick Works and quarry. In 1981, when many teachers’ colleges were amalgamated, it became The St George Institute of Education, part of Sydney College of Advanced Education, and subsequently a campus of the University of New South Wales. It is now a secondary school – the Oatley Senior Campus of the Georges River College.

Although now an entirely residential suburb, Oatley was the site of several industries in the past.

For over a century, Sydney Rock Oysters were grown commercially along the shores of Georges River at Oatley. Freshwater from the Woronora River, a tributary that joins the Georges River opposite Oatley, lowered salinity resulting in good-tasting oysters.

Six families of oyster farmers worked from the head of Neverfail Bay just to the east of the Como Railway Bridge There was a smaller oyster farming site at the head of Jewfish Bay just outside the eastern boundary of Oatley Park. Modern-day oyster shell ‘middens’ and a few decaying remnants of oyster farming still existed at these locations in 2021. Oysters were cultivated both on racks on the river mudbanks and, west of the Como rail bridge, on the rocks of shoreline leases. For many years, oysters were shipped to market in hessian sacks from Oatley railway station by electric rail parcel vans. There was also long-standing criminal activity involving the theft of oysters from the leases. Oyster farmers would at times patrol their leases at night, using boats fitted with small searchlights that could scan their shoreline leases.

This local oyster farming industry survived increasing urbanisation and water pollution but finally succumbed in the mid-1990s to the spread of ‘QX disease’, which is caused by a parasite that affects Sydney Rock Oysters.

Judd’s Hurstville Brickworks was located on the northern side of Hurstville Road; its 13-hectare site straddled the northern boundary of Oatley with neighbouring Mortdale. It operated from 1884 to 1972, making bricks using shale from a quarry that occupied much of the Oatley-end of the site. Two tall brick chimneys were demolished in June 1973, along with the brick-making plant and kilns. Fifteen brick cottages were built along the western side of Judd Street, Oatley, to rent to workers at the brickworks; some still survive.

A factory owned by Albert Page, which once existed on the south-eastern corner of Rosa Street and Hurstville Road, manufactured vehicle number plates from 1935 to the 1950s. The Quill paper products factory was later on the same site. Surelli Furniture Pty Ltd operated a factory on the western side of Ada Street near the junction with Hurstville Road, until the late 1980s. Both these factory sites are now occupied by medium-density housing. The Cuthbertson family ran a small factory making children’s and babies’ shoes, behind their residence at 46 Rosa Street, from after WWI until 1959 when they moved the factory to a site in Mortdale.

Oatley has a number of heritage-listed sites, including:

The main shopping centre is located on Oatley Avenue and Frederick Street, near the railway station. A group of shops and a Coles Supermarket are located along the southern side of Mulga Road, between Waratah and Myall Streets, which are referred to as the Oatley West shops. A third group of shops at the intersection of Baker Street and Lansdowne Parade – in the locality of Jewfish Point – is now mainly converted to non-retail businesses.

Originally, the railway ran east of the present Mortdale Railway Sheds and down the western side of Oatley Avenue, on land that is now the Oatley Memorial Gardens. The first station platform was located at the western end of Frederick Street and extended north to the Oatley Hotel car park. The railway was realigned and the current station opened in 1905. The electrification of the passenger network began in 1926 with the first suburban electric service running between Sydney’s Central Station and the suburb of Oatley approximately 20 km south of Sydney.

Oatley railway station is the last station on the Sydney Trains Eastern Suburbs & Illawarra railway line before crossing the Georges River to Como in the Sutherland Shire. The 955 bus route operates a service from Mortdale through Oatley West and Oatley to Hurstville.

The area’s main attraction is Oatley Park but there are also a number of local bush parks surrounding the suburb: Oatley Point Reserve, Oatley Pleasure Grounds, Moore Reserve, Renown Park, Lime Kiln Bay Bushland Sanctuary, Giriwa Picnic Ground, Stevens Reserve, Meyer Reserve, and the Myles Dunphy Bushland Reserve (in which foot tracks were improved in 2011, by Hurstville Council). They attract many birds both native and introduced, with Oatley Park alone recording 146 species; as many as 90 recently.

Oatley Park is a tree covered promontory that is almost completely surrounded by the Georges River. It covers an area of about 45 hectares (110 acres) and it is one of the significant areas of bushland remaining in the St George area.

Oatley Park became a public recreation area on 25 March 1887. In October 1893, when the nearby residential subdivision was sold off, it was known as Peakhurst Park. It was renamed to Oatley Park in March 1922.

It protects important examples of the natural environment which occur throughout the park. In addition, there is a swimming area, a playground featuring an old steamroller, lookouts, barbecues, a soccer/cricket oval, and a “castle”. The man-made wetlands of Lime Kiln Bay Reserve which adjoin Oatley Park provide refuge for bird species such as chestnut teal, Pacific black ducks, dusky moorhens and purple swamphens. Native mammals which are uncommon in the region can still be found within the park, including the short-beaked echidna and the swamp wallaby.

Oatley Pleasure Grounds is a bush park located on Annette Street. It covers an area of 3.4 hectares (8.4 acres) and was built by Harry Linmark before 1934.[citation needed] Numerous performances occurred in the park previously, and a wine bar was constructed.[when?] The bar was later shut down due to noise complaints.

Water sports and recreation are a way of life in the peninsula suburb of Oatley whose eastern, southern and western boundaries are formed by the Georges River and its bays. Oatley has many sporting teams and sporting fields:

According to the 2016 census, there were 10,486 people in Oatley. 71.8% of people were born in Australia. The next most common countries of birth were China 6.0%, England 2.9%, Hong Kong 1.3% and New Zealand 1.0%. 72.1% of people only spoke English at home. Other languages spoken at home included Mandarin 6.9%, Cantonese 3.4%, Greek 3.1%, Croatian 1.6% and Macedonian 1.3%. The most common responses for religious affiliation were Catholic 27.0%, No Religion 25.4%, Anglican 16.6% and Eastern Orthodox 6.6%.

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Why Choose Dial Up Plumbing?

Ben Dial Up Plumbing

"Hi All,

If you are located in Sydney and a plumbing problem finds you, we are the best plumbing company to call at any time of the day. With over 10 years of experience, our team of licensed plumbers are considered Sydney’s best in solving all kinds of plumbing problems.

Our philosophy is to form solid long term relationships with all our clients by providing the highest quality plumbing services in Sydney.”

Ben Harb

Business Owner

Felix Wang
Felix Wang
2023-09-20
I was very happy was my recent call to Dial Up Plumbing. I had the pleasure of getting Chris as my plumber who was very professional and arrived on time to my property. Chris answered all my questions regarding my plumbing issue on my sink. He provided great customer service and helped me fix my sink. Absolute legend!
SGH Design & Constructions
SGH Design & Constructions
2023-09-18
Darby and Marc did a very good job cleaning my storm water line and locating all the pipe for me thank you so much guys can’t recommend enough
Ullash Bhandari
Ullash Bhandari
2023-09-05
I had a fantastic experience with Dial Up Plumbing! Darby and Mark came to our apartment to fix a sink that had been blocked for about 2 weeks. Not only did they clear the blockage efficiently, but they also tightened up the sink tap with precision, ensuring no possible leakage or issues in the future. Their expertise and professionalism were truly impressive. I highly recommend Dial Up Plumbing for all your plumbing needs. Thanks, Darby and Mark!
Hong Marshall
Hong Marshall
2023-08-30
Darby and Mark did a wonderful job for me. They relining both sides of stormwater pipes, install a new pit and make a new connection to the street(due to my neighbour’s used my old connection and left me with no connection). They do take every detail very seriously and replace all the old joins. Now every thing is 5 stars. They keep telling me that I can call them any time If anything happens. They are wonderful people. They came on time and clean everything before they go on each time. I ask , they answer and make me so comfortable. Thanks Charlie and Claire for organise this job and make it happen so smooth. Thanks 🙏
Kate Ermacora
Kate Ermacora
2023-08-30
Darby and Mark came within a few hours of calling Dial Up Plumbing. Did a good job of connecting my washing machine to the outlet drain wirh new pipes and replacing the old leaky taps. Nice clean finished work. Also helped fix another plumbing problem at no extra charge. Happy to have everthing fixed up so quickly! Thank you!
Kate Moylan
Kate Moylan
2023-08-18
Fantastic service and super responsive.Charlie and Chris were so easy to deal with and explained everything clearly
Jaydikus Hutt
Jaydikus Hutt
2023-08-08
Ben and Chris came in got to the job straight away! Very professional and left the areas clean and brand new toilets and taps look amazing. Thank you
Maria Bozikis
Maria Bozikis
2023-08-02
Our plumber , Charlie, was punctual, helpful and efficient. Job completed in less than 20 mins. Provided maintenance advice to avoid similar problems. I would recommend.

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