Let us take care of every aspect of your relocation to 'windy' Wellington. We'll guide you through the process and make your move seamless.
WridgWays have been responsible for moving customers from Australia to New Zealand for many years. When the time comes to move from Canberra to Wellington, choose a removalist who you can trust.
Our customers can expect a seamless move when relocating from Canberra to Wellington. At WridgWays, we listen to your requirements and create a moving plan that meets your needs, budget, and timeline.
We use only certified removalists and a global network of high quality international removal specialists, who will carefully wrap and move your most valued belongings. Your possessions will be transported using modern and efficient equipment, backed by the latest in moving technology.
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.
This city has it all, and can offer a lifestyle that is unmatched.
We can offer a full international relocation service. If you would like more information, please provide your details in the contact form.
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.
There are some things that you can't take into New Zealand, such as flammable liquids, explosives, toxins and poisons, and firearms to name a few. In addition, you may need to prepare some items prior to moving day. We recommend you speak to your WridgWays consultant and they will be able to provide information on specific items and answer any questions you may have.
Wellington is one of the most windy cities in the world due to its position on the Cook Strait. It is known as 'windy Wellington' for good reason.
The general climate is temperate and mild. During summer months, the average summer temperature ranges between 19-21ºC, and rarely does the temperature go above 25ºC.
Winters are quite mild and wet, with the temperature ranging between 6-12ºC. Frosts can be common in the hills surrounding the city and Hutt Valley, although snow is a rarity.
We have 16 secure storage facilities across Australia, and a number of storage locations across New Zealand. Whatever your needs, we can look after your belongings, keeping them safe and secure until you are ready for them.
If you have items that you do not have room for in your new home, we offer long-term storage solutions for a competitive price. Speak to your WridgWays consultant to arrange a quote.
Our teams do everything to ensure your belongings are carefully wrapped, packed and moved. However, loss and damage may occur, particularly when your items are in transit on the sea and in the air.
While you aren't required to take out insurance, we recommend that you do take out a level of moving insurance for peace of mind. Speak to your WridgWays consultant for a quote.
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