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Our Hungary relocation services

You’re moving to Hungary and it will be fantastic and relaxing, especially if you choose WridgWays as your partner to get you there. WridgWays is a professional and experienced removalist, and we provide services such as packing, storage, arranging insurance, and pet or vehicle transportation.

Our team of experts and specialists in relocation will assist you from the beginning stage to the end of your move, so you can sit back and enjoy your journey. We would be glad and happy to help 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 Hungary a from packing up to settling in.

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Anywhere In The World

We have teams all over the world, and in Australia, so if you are planning to relocate to Hungary, get in touch and we will be nearby.

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Relocation Services

WridgWays has a suite of services to assist you with your move. These include visa and immigration, school and home search and more.

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Nil Excess Insurance Option

We offer some of the lowest rates of moving insurance in Australia and so you can have your belongings covered during periods of transit and storage.

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125+ Years’ Experience

We are proud to have more than 125 years of experience behind us, and aren’t about to slow down anytime soon. Our team is dedicated to deliver excellence and continue our legacy of helping Australians move.

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


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Reasons to move to Hungary


Hungary is a country with high human development index and a skilled labour force. It is also an export-oriented economy emphasising on foreign trade like transmission apparatus for radio, telephone, and TV. Being one of the leading countries in Central and Eastern Europe, Hungary keeps attracting foreign investment. Major industries in Hungary include food processing, pharmaceuticals, motor vehicles, information technology, and tourism.


Historicism and Art Nouveau are two typical architecture styles in Hungary. Art Nouveau was inspired by Undian, Syrian, and traditional Hungarian decorative designs. Another style called Budapest shows the trends originating from other European countries. Hungary is also home to the largest synagogue in Europe.

Cost of Living

The prices are lower than Australia’s and it is much cheaper than Western Europe. However, basic utilities such as water and electricity would be a little more expensive. It is about 20% higher than in Australia. Eggs, tomatoes, and apples are about 50% cheaper in Hungary.


Hungary has hosted many global sport event, and they are various including boxing, speed skating, fencing, and judo. Hungary has a rich football history with many medals in the FIFA World Cup and UEFA European Football Championship. Hungarian athletes made an outstanding record in the Olympic Games, which made Hungary become one of the top countries to win most Olympic medals. Chess is also another popular sport in Hungary. The Hungarian players are the 10th most powerful overall on the ranking of World Chess Federation.

Hungary Moving Facts

  • The currency is Forint. One Australia dollar equal 195 forints.
  • The capital is Budapest, and the total population of Hungary is 9.6 million.
  • The literacy rate is over 99%. There are about 77 institutions of higher education in Hungary.
  • The official language of Hungary is Hungarian, but many Hungarians speak English, German, French, or Russian.
  • Hungary has a spa and bath culture, and there are more than 1,500 spas and 450 public baths in Hungary.
  • Hungary is well known for its Nobel Prize winners, and they have almost won every category of it.
  • Red pepper, called Paprika, is important in Hungary cuisines.