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Shipping Containers For Sale In Tasmania

Very often when you begin your journey of searching for a shipping container home, you will most likely start to Google for these keywords such as “Shipping containers Tasmania” or “Shipping containers for sale Tasmania” displaying a whole bunch of results and not knowing where to begin from. We are here to solve whatever concerns which you might have pertaining to shipping containers for sale Tasmania.

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Shipping containers Tasmania and Shipping containers for sale Tasmania are located in the following locations:

  • North Tasmania
  1. Burnie
  2. Bell Bay
  3. Devonport
  4. Launceston
  • South Tasmania
  1. Brighton

Here you may find used 20ft shipping container and 40ft shipping container available for sale.

Shipping Containers For Sale Tasmania

Very often when you begin your journey of searching for a shipping container home, you will most likely start to Google for these keywords such as “Shipping containers Tasmania” or “Shipping containers for sale Tasmania” displaying a whole bunch of results and not knowing where to begin from. Worry not, we are here to solve whatever concerns which you might have pertaining to shipping containers for sale in Tasmania.

Tasmania being an isolated island away from Mainland Australia might create some inconvenience with regards to your shipping containers buying needs however with our help, rest assured that you will be getting the best deals and ready stocks for shipping containers Tasmania and shipping containers for sale in Tasmania


Millions of shipping containers are in use all around the globe. Shipping containers Tasmania are highly prized for their durability, functionality, and versatility.  They’re not used just for shipping Goods either. We’ve found people looking at shipping containers for sale Tasmania in Hobart and Launceston for all kinds of creative reasons.

4 Important steps to buy shipping containers for sale Tasmania

1.  Inspect the container before you purchase. Try to choose a container free of corrosion and dents.

2. Consider a one-trip container. A one-trip container has only been used once and doesn’t cost much more. It will be almost brand new. Many prefer the high cube containers for the extra ceiling height.

3. Understand the structural integrity of a shipping container. Shipping containers are very durable but removing some of the steel can decrease structural integrity.

4. Budget properly. If you take into account all the steps mentioned above and plan out your shipment beforehand, you will save money in the long run.  Costs go up when mistakes are made and changes are needed.

We have many different types of shipping containers for sale

and would be happy to help you find the right fit – for whatever your plans may be!

Shipping containers Tasmania and shipping containers for sale Tasmania are often well-stocked here in our various depots in both Launceston and Hobart. We will be able to offer you a quotation for shipping containers transport using either our tilt tray transport or side loader transport to different parts of Tasmania.

Looking for cheap shipping containers for sale with good condition, quality service, and the most competitive shipping container prices, look no more! Buy shipping containers from OSG Containers today!

For actual appearance of our shipping containers, you visit us at our local depots strictly by appointment basis at the below:

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Frequently Asked Questions

Do you need council approval for a shipping container in Tasmania?

Containers used as temporary storage are still being used as part of their original use (transportation) and don’t need special approval.

However, if you’re thinking of putting a shipping container anywhere on your property, the first thing you need to do is check with your local council to see if you will be complying with your local planning scheme.

If you do not have a suitable place to put the container on your property it can sometimes be put on a grass verge or in a parking bay outside your house. Local council will assess if there are any issues having the container there and let you know how long it can stay there.

The planning scheme will determine:
• where you can put a shipping container;
• how many you can have on your property; and
• if the shipping container will be an eyesore
You may need to apply for development approval to place a container on your property.

How much does a shipping container cost in Australia?

The prices vary according to the different types and conditions of a container you intend to purchase.

You can check out the estimated prices at our Shipping Container Prices page.

For more accurate pricing, contact us at +61 481 319 660 or sales.au@osgcontainers.com for quotations with your budget and we will advise according to with a suitable type of container that meets your needs.

How much does a 20 foot container cost?

The prices vary according to the different types and conditions of a container you intend to purchase.

You can check out the estimated prices at our Shipping Container Prices page.

For more accurate pricing, contact us at +61 481 319 660 or sales.au@osgcontainers.com for quotations with your budget and we will advise according to with a suitable type of container that meets your needs.

Can I put a container on my land?

Containers used as temporary storage are still being used as part of their original use (transportation) and don’t need special approval.

However, if you’re thinking of putting a shipping container anywhere on your property, the first thing you need to do is check with your local council to see if you will be complying with your local planning scheme.

If you do not have a suitable place to put the container on your property it can sometimes be put on a grass verge or in a parking bay outside your house. Local council will assess if there are any issues having the container there and let you know how long it can stay there.

The planning scheme will determine:
• where you can put a shipping container;
• how many you can have on your property; and
• if the shipping container will be an eyesore
You may need to apply for development approval to place a container on your property.