With reliable service backed by over 125 years of industry experience, WridgWays can make your international move a stress-free process.
Our team have been moving individuals and families to and from New Zealand for decades. We can organise every aspect of your move, and our network of trusted New Zealand service providers means your move is handled by professionals every time.
WridgWays can not only move your household goods, we can also store and insure them too.
Communication is essential for an easy move, and our team is always friendly and professional.
We look after your property and treat it with the care and respect it needs.
We have over 125 years of experience behind us, and will continue to provide the same excellent service in Australia.
All of your possessions can be covered during a move and you won’t be charged an excess for it.
Our relocation specialists can help you settle into your new suburb. They can book house inspections, interview schools, and provide you with a detailed suburb guide.
Our moving experts use purpose-built packing cartons to protect fragile items from glassware to Plasma TVs.These cartons are designed for short and long-term storage.
Our brochure contains relevant information on everything from shopping to medical services.
Get in touch with WridgWays for more information on your relocation.
Since our founding in 1892, WridgWays has been moving household belongings with professionalism and ingenuity. We don't just pick up and deliver your things, we also provide a range of moving services, and ensure that we do our job with class. We've helped Aussies from all over the country move interstate — no matter which state or territory you're in, there's a WridgWays office waiting to help.
WridgWays can transport your pets. We use a trusted third party company who will give your fur babies the 5-star treatment from pick up to delivery. If you'd like more information, please speak to a member of our team for a quote.
WridgWays can provide both transit, and transit and storage insurance. We recommend that you take out some form of moving insurance when you move overseas. Our staff can advise of the available options to you. You will just need to complete our easy to fill in paperwork and you will be covered.
There are items that cannot be moved. Flammable liquids, toxins and poisons, explosives, flammable gases, radioactive material and firearms just to name a few. Ask for a copy of our dangerous and prohibited items list.
You may also need to prepare items before you move to New Zealand to meet quarantine requirements. Your WridgWays consultant will be able to assist you to ensure you have your belongings prepared for your move to Christchurch.
Following the extensive damage to the city in 2010-11, Christchurch is in the long process of being rebuilt. While there are some sections of the city are still off-limits, it is a city that is constantly evolving, with a modern and creative urban centre. The city has a strong focus on community and you will find new places to visit and explore all the time.
Christchurch is a vibrant place to live, you can expect an exceptional quality of life and a strong economy. There are many opportunities to work across a number of sectors and many options to grow your career or make a fresh start.
Christchurch is relatively inexpensive compared to other cities in New Zealand. A number of new housing options have been constructed in the city centre and inner suburbs, and make an attractive option for individuals and families looking for a lifestyle in a city.
If you are after a healthy lifestyle, there are many cycling and walking options close to the city, or if you prefer to go further afield, hiking, beaches, mountains, and skiing are all close to the CBD.
Once you've settled in after your move to Christchurch, you can start exploring some of the best places to eat. From relaxed cafes and bars, to fine dining, we're here to point you in the right direction.
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