Moving to Iceland
Specialist international movers to Iceland
Our Iceland relocation services
So you’re moving to Iceland, but the thought of such a big move has you stressed out. Moving to Iceland is an exciting journey, and doesn’t have to be complicated in any way. At WridgWays, we have been helping Australians move for over a century, and are dedicated to delivering the best moving services possible.
Our team of relocation experts have everything you need covered, whether its managing your insurance, securing your storage or transporting your pets and vehicles to your new home. You can most definitely sit back, relax, and enjoy the journey. Any queries you have, big or small, we’ve got it.
With over 125 years of moving experience, you can trust our team of specialists to organise your move to Iceland a from packing up to settling in.
Anywhere In The World
We have teams all over the world, and in Australia, so if you are planning to relocate to Iceland, get in touch and we will be nearby.
WridgWays has a suite of services to assist you with your move. These include visa and immigration, school and home search and more.
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.
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.
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Reasons to move to Iceland
It's a magical wonderland
The Northern Lights, volcanoes, glaciers and lagoons are just snippets of life in Iceland. Being located right under the Arctic Circle, Iceland is surrounded by a dreamy landscape of relaxing hot pools, unreal ice formations and breathtaking colours. It’s like living in a mystical fantasy film, minus the elves and trolls, and because Iceland has such a small population, everything around you is unpolluted and pristine.
Low crime rate
With a population of only over 300,000, Iceland has a tiny amount of people, and collectively is extremely safe to live in. Iceland is known to have one of the lowest violent crime rates in the world, and many believe it is due to the country’s lack of differences between the social classes. You can very confidently walk the streets of Iceland without fear of any danger whatsoever.
If you want a real change in palette and a challenge for your taste buds and digestive system, Iceland has plenty to offer in terms of unique cuisine. Icelandic foods are well known internationally as rather outlandish with dishes such as pickled ram’s testicles, fermented shark, sheep’s head and blubber to name a few on the menu at any given restaurant.
The people in Iceland are friendly, hospitable and you can be self assured when asking them for help when you need it. Iceland is also one of the most progressive countries in the world, leading in closing gender pay gaps and being a welcoming corner of the globe for the gay community.
Iceland Moving Facts
- Iceland has a population of 334,252 people (2016)
- The most populated city in Iceland is Reykjavík, with 121,486 people (2016)
- The official language of Iceland is Icelandic, spoken by over 334,400 people
- In 2016, there were 32,000 immigrants in Iceland, which make up 9.6% of the population
- There are no McDonald’s branches in Iceland
- Iceland’s average temperatures are 11°C in July during the summer, and 0°C in the winter in January