Find out how our expert team can help you make the transition from Hobart to Wellington.
Our team of professional removalists has helped many people make the transition to New Zealand's capital. In fact, we've been helping people move across the world since the company first formed in 1982.
Our high-quality service offering will have you settled in Wellington in no time, with little fuss. We can also move your pets, vehicles, organise storage and assist you with visa and immigration requirements.
We can look after your entire move to Wellington. We move your belongings efficiently, tracking your goods every step of the way. To ensure your goods are protected and handled with care, we only use the best in packing materials — and our removalists are AFRA certified.
Your dedicated WridgWays consultant will be able to help you through the whole move process, providing assistance and answering any questions you may have.
We look after your property and treat it with the care and respect it needs.
Communication is essential for an easy move, and our team is always friendly and professional.
All of your possessions can be covered during a move and you won’t be charged an excess for it.
Our relocation services include immigration and visa assistance, school search, home search and more.
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.
We’ve been helping Australians and immigrants relocate for over 125 years. With the right combination of experience and resources, we’ll ensure your next move is seamless.
Ready to make the next step? Find out about what to expect from Windy Wellington.
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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.
Wellington's extensive public transport network, Metlink, covers the wider region and is managed by the Greater Wellington Regional Council.
Options for public transport include:
The bus network has 2,800 stops across 108 routes in the region. The rail network is made of five lines, Johnsonville line, Kapiti line, Melling line, Hutt Valley line, and the Wairarapa line.
The Wellington Cable Car is a cable railway climbs 120 metres over a length of 612 metres. It connects Lambton Quay in the city centre, and the Botanic Garden in Kelburn. Meanwhile, ferries travel from Wellington Harbour to Days Bay (near Eastbourne), Seatoun, and Matiu/Somes Island.
Yes, we can store your belongings in Australia if you prefer. We have 16 state of the art facilities available for your short (and long) term storage needs.
We can also store your belongings in New Zealand if you would prefer. Speak to a member of our team for a competitive quote.
We require that you are on-site during uplift and delivery. If you cannot be at your new home for any reason, you need to nominate a person over the age of 18 who will take your place. They will be responsible for signing off the inventory list and will direct our team to place furniture during delivery. If you have questions with regards to delivery or uplift, your consultant will be there to help.
We have a preferred supplier to move your vehicle who is able to organise door-to-door service. They have extensive experience in moving and transporting vehicles large and small. In addition to cars, they can safely pack and move motorbikes, jet skis and even boats.
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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