We will have you settled into Tauranga in no time. Trust a reliable removalist for a seamless transition.
If you are ready to make the move to Tauranga, we are here to help make it happen. We have many years of international removal experience and will take care of the heavy lifting for you.
Our team is here to make your move to Tauranga seamless. We provide an efficient service, backed by the latest innovative moving technology.
We work with a global network of international and AFRA certified removalists, who are highly trained to carefully handle and move your belongings.
Your dedicated WridgWays consultant will be your single point of contact during your move. They will provide updates and will be available to answer any questions you need.
We look forward to being able to help you with every aspect of your move from Hobart to Tauranga. We offer additional moving services, including:
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.
Tauranga is the heart of the Bay of Plenty. An easy going lifestyle on the water awaits.
Be put in touch with one of our friendly New Zealand experts to find out more about our international removals services.
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.
Tauranga has much to offer individuals and families looking for a relaxed lifestyle on the water. The city is growing rapidly but still has a pleasant community feel. Investment is being made to build infrastructure to meet the city's growing needs.
Much of Tauranga's urban area is set on or around the waterfront. There is ample opportunity for scenic walks, fishing and sailing. The Maunganui Main Beach is rated one of the top 25 beaches in the world.
It is a favourite destination for day trippers from Auckland, and is popular for holiday makers, drawn to the beaches and harbour.
We can. If you need a vehicle moved to Tauranga, it will need to undergo entry certification before you can drive it on New Zealand roads.
Our trusted vehicle transportation team can organise all aspects of your vehicle transportation, making sure you have all the correct paperwork complete and meeting your timelines.
Tauranga is the fifth-largest city in New Zealand. The population at the 2018 Census was 136,713 people. It is a rapidly growing city, with the population increasing 19.1% from the previous Census.
The population is expected to increase to 147,600 people by 2024.
Tauranga has a subtropical climate, also known as a oceanic or maritime climate. Summer's are warm and dry, with an average maximum temperature of 28ºC.
Winter are relatively mild, with an average maximum temperature of 15ºC. Nights can be cold, with the temperature dipping to as little as 1-2ºC.
On average, Tauranga receives an average of 1180.9mm of rainfall per year. July is the wettest month.
There are many new food and dining options popping up in the Tauranga and 'the Mount' region. The area around Devonport Road and the Strand provide many options in the Tauranga area or if you are in the Mount Maunganui region head to Maunganui Road. You will find cafes, restaurants offering a range of local and international cuisines, patisseries, wine bars, breweries or fresh fish to meet your brunch, lunch or dinner needs.
Gourmet Night Markets, which runs through summer, or the Tauranga Farmers Market to sample dishes from around the world.
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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