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Moving to Egypt

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Our Egypt relocation services

Your move to Egypt would be fabulous and relaxing, especially if you choose WridgWays as your partner to get you there. WridgWays is an experienced and professional removalist. Our services cover every step of your relocation, including packing, storage, arranging your insurance, and transporting your lovely pets or cars.

We understand how stressful the relocation can be. That’s why WridgWays tries our best to make your life easier. Our team of experts and specialists in relocation will assist you with all your relocation needs. We are looking forward to serving your needs.

Why WridgWays?

With over 125 years of moving experience, you can trust our team of specialists to organise your move to Egypt from packing up to settling in.

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Anywhere In The World

We have an extensive network of branches right across the globe, so no matter where you’re moving to in Egypt, we can assist with all of your relocation needs.

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Relocation Services

Our relocation specialists can provide you with a complete suite of services from visa and immigration assistance, home and school finding, to medical system overviews and spousal support services.

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Nil Excess Insurance Option

We offer some of the lowest rates for moving insurance in Australia. Your possessions can be covered during transit to Egypt and when in storage.

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125+ Years’ Experience

We’ve been helping Australians move house for over 125 years, and we continue to collaborate with the best relocation service providers in the world.

Ready to organise your move with WridgWays? Get started with our international relocation service in minutes.


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Reasons to move to Egypt


Egyptians are hospitable, optimistic, and have a great sense of humour. Even if they are in a hard time or some bad events happen in the country, they will make a joke and convert sadness by laughter. They believe tomorrow is better. They are also very faithful and religious because they think of God all the time and leave everything to God.


Football is the most popular sport in Egypt. Its national team called “Pharaohs”has taken home the African Cup of Nations a total of seven times. It is considered to be the most successful team in African national team. Squash and tennis are popular as well. Egyptian squash team is a powerful competitors for international championship.


Bread is consumed at almost every mealin Egypt. Traditional cuisines rely heavily on legumes, spices, and vegetables. A main dish is called “foul,” made from slowly-cooked fava beans with salt, lemon, cumin, and oil. In addition, the most common meats in Egyptian cuisines are rabbit, pigeon, chicken, and duck. The meats are usually boiled to make the broth for diverse stews and soups.

Cost of living

The prices are extremely affordable in Egypt. The price of one meal could be 80% lower than in Australia. A box of 12 eggs is AU $1.3, and the prices of fruits and vegetables such as oranges, potato, and onion are over 80% cheaper than in Australia. The price is also 80% lower when it comes to renting an apartment or basic utilities.

Egypt moving facts

  • The capital city is Cairo, and the official language is Arabic
  • About 90% of the population is Sunni Islam, 9% is Coptic Christians, and the remaining 1% is other Christian
  • Egypt is a rainless country, with only 1 inch of rain each year
  • In Egypt, approximately 12% of the Egyptians are in the tourism industry, while 30% are in agriculture
  • Deserts cover over 90% of Egypt’s land
  • Egypt main exports are oil, food products, cotton, and aluminium, while import products are wood, food, and refined fuels. Egypt also import is machinery and manufacturing equipment. The reason is because Egypt is not highly industrial
  • It is expected that you  remove your shoes before visiting some religious buildings