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Moving to Zimbabwe

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Our Zimbabwe relocation services

Interested in moving to Zimbabwe? We understand moving abroad is stressful, so WridgWays is here to take that on your behalf. WridgWays is a professional and experienced removalist. Our services cover every step of your move, including packing, storage, arranging insurance, and transporting pets and vehicles.

With our team of experts and specialists in relocation, you don’t have to worry about getting everything organised by yourself. We are glad and looking forward to assisting you with all your relocation needs.

Why WridgWays?

With over 125 years of moving experience, you can trust our team of specialists to organise your move to Zimbabwe 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 Zimbabwe, 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 Zimbabwe 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 Zimbabwe


Zimbabwe people are generous, peace loving, and welcoming you into their homes. They are proud of their nation due to its rich history and culture, and Zimbabwe people are willing to share. Zimbabwe people are intelligent, and they speak fluently English. Zimbabwe also has the highest literacy rate among African countries.


The most popular sports in Zimbabwe are football, rugby, cricket, and swimming. football is the most popular one, and all of these sports have qualified or won some Africa Cup and World Cup. Basketball, volleyball, netball, water polo, and many other sports are played in Zimbabwe as well.

Job availability

Zimbabwe has relatively well-developed national infrastructure and a promotion of research and development. Zimbabwe also has a good education system. However, they lack researchers to boost innovation and lack financial and human resources to conduct research. Therefore, it is a chance for people with those skills. In addition, finding a job at the Embassy or some agencies could be considered as other opportunities.

Cost of living

The prices in Zimbabwe are affordable. Take food for example. One normal meal is over 60% cheaper than in Australia, which is about AU $6.5 per meal. A bottle of beer is even cheaper, the price could be 70% lower than Australia’s. Renting an apartment with 1 bedroom in city centre is over 75% cheaper. However, milk, cheese, and gasoline is more expensive. The respective prices are 25%, 65%, and 30% lower than in Australia.

Zimbabwe moving facts

  • The capital city is Harare
  • Shona, English, and Ndebele are common languages in Zimbabwe
  • Zimbabwe abandoned their Zimbabwe dollar in 2009 because of the inflation. People nowadays can use 8 kinds of currencies here including US Dollars, South African Rand, Botswanan Pula, British Pound Sterling, Australian Dollars, Chinese Yuan, Indian Rupees and Japanese Yen
  • Chicken, rice, and coleslaw salad are common in Zimbabwe meals. During lunch and supper, people mainly eat “Sadza”
  • During some important celebrations, cows, goats, and sheep are killed and barbecued
  • Mining and agriculture are main economic activities
  • More than half of the population live below the poverty line