Areas we cover

Halpin Consulting operates across the Australia east coast including both metro and regional areas. Contact us to discuss your needs.

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Metro

We service all Metro locations across the Australia east coast (NSW, Qld, Vic, SA & Tas) - including; Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Canberra, Hobart and Adelaide

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REgional

We service the majority of regional locations in NSW, Qld, Vic, SA & Tas; including Wagga Wagga, Tamworth, Bathurst, Dubbo, Lismore, Moree & Wentworth

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Coastal

We service the majority of coastal locations across NSW, Qld, Vic, SA & Tas including; Byron Bay, Tweed Heads, Port Macquarie, Coffs Harbour and Batemans Bay

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NSW, Qld, Vic, SA & Tas

Sydney NSW

We maintain ongoing operations in Sydney NSW, however, due to operational sensitivity, our office is not open to the public. Please contact us to discuss your needs. We are able to meet with you should a personal meeting be needed.

Melbourne VICTORIA

We maintain ongoing operations in Melbourne VIC, however due to operational sensitivity, our office is not open to the public. Please contact us to discuss your needs. We are able to meet with you should a personal meeting be needed.

Brisbane Queensland

We maintain ongoing operations in Brisbane and Gold Coast QLD, however due to operational sensitivity, our office is not open to the public. Please contact us to discuss your needs. We are able to meet with you should a personal meeting be need

Our Service Areas

New South Wales (NSW)

Sydney

Sydney, the captial of New South Wales and the largest corporate and financial centre in the country is situated on the south-east coast of Australia. The first Euorpean colony in Australia, Sydney was established in 1788 by Arthur Phillip who led the First Fleet from the United Kingdom.
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Newcastle

160km north of Sydney on the New South Wales coast lies Newcastle, the second oldest city in Australia and the second largest in NSW. First used as a penal settlement for convicts in the 1800s, Newcastle is now the world’s largest coal export harbour.
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Central Coast

Central Coast in New South Wales is located on the Pacific between Sydney and Newcastle. The area is a collection of towns that have been amalgamated due to expansion into one urban centre.
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Wollongong

Wollongong is situated on the east coast of New South Wales, 82km south of Sydney in an area known as the Illawarra. It is the third largest city in NSW. Wollongong is an aboriginal name, meaning “the sound of the sea”.
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Albury

Albury is situated in the south of New South Wales, on the border with Victoria. It is approximately 550km south-east of Sydney, on the Murray River in the Great Dividing Range. On the other side of the river in Victoria is Albury’s twin city, Wodonga.
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Maitland

Maitland in north-east New South Wales was founded in 1820. Originally three seperate towns, West Maitland, East Maitland and Morpeth, it amalgamated in 1945 forming the city as it is today.
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Wagga Wagga

Wagga Wagga (meaning “place of many crows” in the local Aboriginal dialect) is a city in New South Wales on the Murrumbidgee River, 475km south-west of Sydney.
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Port Macquarie

Port Macquarie is a large town on the New South Wales coast, approximately 450 kilometres north of Sydney at the mouth of the Hastings River.
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Tamworth

Tamworth, in north-east New South Wales is located just over 400 kilometres north of Sydney, on the western side of the Great Dividing Range. Settled in the 1830s, Tamworth was named after the Staffordshire, UK town of the same name in 1850.
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Orange

Orange, 250km west of Sydney is a provincial city located on the Mitchell Highway.
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Dubbo

Dubbo is a city in central New South Wales, situated on the Macquarie River approximately 400 kilometres north-west of Sydney. The city was founded in 1841 and gained city status in 1966.
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Lismore

Lismore in northern New South Wales is a sub-torpical town over 800 kilometres north of the state capital Sydney. It’s main industries are retail, agriculture, healthcare and education.
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Bathurst

Famous for it’s motor racing circuit at Mount Panorama and for being the oldest inland settlement in Australia, Bathrust is an inland city in eastern New South Wales. Founded in 1815 as an administrative centre for the western plains of NSW, the settlement was named after the British colonial secretary Lord Bathurst.
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Coffs Harbour

Coff’s Harbour, on the northern New South Wales coast, is almost 550 kilometres north of Sydney. Named “Korff’s Harbour” in 1847 by Captain John Korff who used the area as shelter from a major storm, the town had it’s name changed by accident by a surveyor 14 years later.
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Richmond

Richmond is a town near Sydney, NSW at the foot of the Blue Mountains. It was founded in 1794 as a small farming community. These days Sydney’s expansion has almost reached Richmond and the town is considered one of it’s outer suburbs.
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Nowra

Approximately 170 kilometres south of Sydney, Nowra (and it’s twin town Bomaderry) is located on the south-east coast of New South Wales.

Victoria (VIC)

Melbourne

Victoria’s state capital city Melbourne was first settled in 1835 and declared a city in 1847. Now a large financial and industrial centre, Melbourne is home to many of Australia’s top companies and it’s largest seaport.
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Geelong

Geelong is the second largest city in the state of Victoria, after Melbourne. It is located on the south coast of the state to the south-west of Melbourne.
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Ballarat

The city of Ballarat lies just over 100km north-west of Melbourne and is the largest inland city in the state of Victoria. It was founded in 1838 and expanded greatly in 1850 when gold was found in the surrounding area – so much so that for a time it was Victoria’s largest city.
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Bendigo

Bendigo, the fourth largest city in Victoria, is located in the centre of the state. It was founded in 1851 and became a city 20 years later in 1871. Officially the city was called Sandhurst after the town in the Unied Kingdom but it was changed to Bendigo in 1891.
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Shepparton

Shepparton, the fifth-largest city in Victoria, is located in the north of the state, about 200 kilometres in-land from the state capital Melbourne. The settlement was first established on a miners’ route in the 19th century.
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Melton

Melton is a satellite city outside the Victorian state capital Melbourne, about 40 kilometres to the west.
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Mildura

Mildura is located in north-west Victoria, approximately 550km north-west of the state capital Melbourne. Established as a settlement in 1887, Mildura became a city in 1937. The name Mildura is an Aboriginal term meaning “red sand”.
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Warrnambool

Warrnambool, on the south-west coast of Victoria is at the western end of the Great Ocean Road. The name was taken from the Aboriginal name for a local volcanic hill.
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Sunbury

Sunbury, 40 kilometres from the centre of Melbourne, is a town in it’s own right as well as being a suburb of the state capital. It was established in 1836 and named after Sunbury-on-Thames in Surrey, England.
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South Australia (SA)

Adelaide

Adelaide is the state capital of South Australia and the fifth largest city in the country. Named after Queen Adelaide and founded in 1836, Adelaide was the only original settlement of non-convicts in Australia.
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Mount Gambier

Mount Gambier in the south-east corner of South Australia is the second most populated city in the state after the capital, Adelaide. The city is located almost exactly half way between Adelaide and Melbourne which makes it a popular stop-off for tourists travelling around the region.
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Australian Capital Territory (ACT)

Canberra

Canberra is the capital of Australia and it’s largest inland city. In 1913 the capital was founded in an area between Sydney and Melbourne as a compromise between the two. The state of the Australian Capital Territory was also founded at this time surrounding Canberra on land that was previously part of New South Wales.
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Tasmania (TAS)

Hobart

Hobart is Australia’s second oldest city and the state capital of Tasmania. Originally founded in 1804 as a penal colony it is now a thriving metropolis and port in the south east of the island of Tasmania.
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Launceston

The second largest city in Tasmania (after the state capital Hobart), Launceston is located in the north-east of Tasmania at the meeting point of three rivers: the North Esk, the South Esk, and the Tamar. Launceston was settled in 1804 and named after Launceston in Cornwall, United Kingdom.
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NSW - Far North Coast

Far North Coast NSW, Northern Rivers NSW, Tweed Heads, Alstonville, Ballina, Bonalbo, Broadwater, Broken Head, Brunswick Heads, Byron Bay, Casino, Chinderah, Coraki, Cougal, Evans Head, Hastings Point, Kyogle, Lennox Head, Lismore, Midginbil, Mount Lion, Mount Warning, Murwillumbah, Nimbin, Skennars Head, Tweed Heads, Upper Main Arm, Urbenville, Wardell, Woodenbong, Wooyung and surrounding areas.

Queensland (QLD)

Brisbane

Brisbane is the capital city of Queensland and located in the south-east corner of the state. Established in 1825 as a penal colony and recognised as a city in 1902, Brisbane is now a thriving metropolis and home to one and a half million residents.
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Gold Coast

The Gold Coast in south-eastern Queensland is approximately 60km long and boasts some of the most beautiful beaches in the area. Home of the famous “Surfer’s Paradise” hotel in the 1920s and 30s which brought tourism to the area initially, the Gold Coast is now dominated by high rise accommodation.
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Sunshine Coast

Sunshine Coast is located in south-east Queensland, north of the state capital Brisbane. It is a popular tourism centre and home to beautiful beaches, national parks and many popular attractions including Steve Irwin’s Australia Zoo, Aussie World, the Majestic Theatre and the Big Pineapple.
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Townsville

Townsville is located in the tropics on Queensland’s east coast, approximately 1,300km north of Brisbane and 350km south of Cairns.
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Cairns

Cairns, in north-east Queensland, is over 1,700 kilometres away from the state capital Brisbane. The settlement was created in 1876 as mining outpost and named after the Governer of the state, William Wellington Cairns.
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Toowoomba

Toowoomba is in the south-east corner of Queensland, near the border with New South Wales. It is located inland, approximately 130km from the pacific coast and the state capital Brisbane. It is said to be the second largest inland city in all Australia, after Canberra. Toowoomba sits about 700 metres above sea level, on the Great Dividing Range.
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Rockhampton

Rockhampton in eastern Queensland is over 600km north of Brisbane and became a city in 1902. It has a sister city in Japan called Ibusuki.
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Mackay

Mackay, on the eastern coast of Queensland, lies approximately 900 km north of Brisbane. The city is in the sub-tropics and has a year-round average temperature of 23 degrees celcius.
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Bundaberg

The south-east Queensland city of Bundaberg was founded in 1867, but not named until 1870. Today it’s main industries are sugar cane production, tourism and fruit and vegetable farming. The city’s tourism is mainly thanks to it’s proximity to the southern end of the Great Barrier Reef.
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Hervey Bay

Hervey Bay in south-eastern Queensland is a resort city that has been formed from an amalgamation of growing seaside villages in the last 25 years. The bay itself is a large sweeping beach on the South Pacific shore with several others close by, and these beaches and the subtropical climate make the area a very popular tourist destination.
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Gladstone

Gladstone, on the eastern Queensland coast, is approximately 550 kilometres north of Brisbane. It is an industrial port city, supported by large scale plants working with oil, aluminium and chemicals.
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Source: https://postcodes-australia.com/cities/

ABOUT US

What we do:

Halpin Consulting offers intelligence-based investigation products to private clientele. All products are tailor-made, highly confidential and comprehensive. We guarantee the highest level product and service.

ABOUT US

Mission:

To provide our clients with professional surveillance services across the Australia east coast whilst maintaining client trust, compassion and discretion

CONTACT US

Address:

Head Office:
Centennial Circuit, Byron Bay NSW 2481

Sydney:
Albion Street, Annandale NSW 2038

Melbourne:
Bourke St, Melbourne VIC 3000

Phone:

1300 669 711