Moving to Ireland
Specialist international movers to Ireland
Our Ireland relocation services
Moving to Ireland is a big journey, but it doesn’t have to be difficult. At WridgWays, our team of relocation experts are dedicated to helping you move your things from A to B without hassle. We cover all aspects of your trip, from packing and unpacking your belongings to managing your insurance, and ensuring your pets and vehicles are transported safely.
Whatever the query, our team can assist you with your move so that you can sit back and enjoy the more exciting parts that come with moving overseas.
With over 125 years of moving experience, you can trust our team of specialists to organise your move to Ireland 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 Ireland, 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 Ireland
The Irish are a fun, laid-back people who enjoy good banter and having a great time. They are known to be very helpful and welcoming, and often start friendly conversations with strangers. The Irish people are generally happy, with 94% of people stating they were satisfied with their quality of life according to the OECD Better Life Index (2016).
Travel nearby countries
Situated on the cusp of UK and Europe, Ireland’s location makes it very easy to travel to other nearby countries for the weekend. France, Portugal, Spain, Norway – they are all just a quick plane ride away, and it isn’t too expensive either.
Ireland is one of the top ten safest countries in the world, according to the 2017 Global Peace Index. Although there are still petty crimes and theft, and the occasional serious incident, it has a relatively low crime rate. Scamming is practically non-existent, and guns are illegal, so residents enjoy a very safe standard of living.
Ireland is blessed with an incredibly lush environment which has allowed it to produce quality food. The agricultural industry enjoys an abundance of rain, rich and fertile soil, and a suitable climate which makes for perfect farming conditions. Ireland primarily produces beef and milk through its farming, as well as a wide range of organic fruit and vegetables.
Ireland moving facts
- Ireland has a population of 4.773 million people (2016)
- Dublin is the country’s most populated city, with 1.8 million people (2017)
- Ireland has three official languages: English, Irish and Hiberno-English
- Almost 1 in 8 people living in Ireland are from overseas (2015)
- Ireland is projected to reach 5.1 million people in 2031