WridgWays is a reputable moving provider. We have been trusted by individuals and families for over 125 years
WridgWays is here to make your international move from Melbourne to Tauranga a breeze. You'll be relaxing on the harbour or out on the Bay of Plenty catching fish before you know it.
We can help organise every aspect of your move, including additional moving services like, packing, storage, insurance, pet transport, vehicle transport and even visa assistance. We've been looking after customers as they relocate to Tauranga for many years.
WridgWays have a quality reputation stretching back over 125 years. We pride ourselves on providing a high-quality service for each customer. When you choose WridgWays as your moving provider to Tauranga, you can expect:
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’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.
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.
You are on your way from Melbourne to Tauranga, learn everything you will need to know.
If you would like to know how we can make your move to Tauranga a reality, get in touch to find out about our international relocation 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 a far smaller population than Melbourne so expect a more laid-back and relaxed lifestyle. While the city is growing rapidly, it still retains a pleasant community feel.
Much of life in Tauranga is based on or near the water so you can easily pick up a new hobby like surfing or fishing. Or if you like the outdoor there is also many walking and tramping trails near the city.
A rapidly growing city, the cafe culture and dining options are increasing and there is always new options popping up in Tauranga city or the Mount region.
Visit the area around Devonport Road and the Strand or if you are in the Mount Maunganui region, head to Maunganui Road. Restaurants and cafes offer a range of local and international cuisines to meet any palate.
If markets are more to your liking, options are plentiful. Visit the Tauranga Farmers Market, or enjoy a bite to eat at the Gourmet Nights Market during the summer months.
When you move internationally, WridgWays will make sure that one of the most valuable members of your family is looked after.
If you have a pet that needs to be relocated, we use a reliable pet transport provider to ensure that your requirements are met. We discuss your pets needs and then develop a plan to ensure their safety and comfort during the moving journey. If you would like more information on our pet transport service, speak to a member of our team.
If you cannot be at the property during uplift or delivery for any reason, you will need to select a person over the age of 18 to represent you and be present at the property. They will be required to sign the inventory list and ensure nothing is forgotten at uplift and everything is unloaded at the delivery end.
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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