International Removals Oceania
We’ll consolidate all your removalist needs when you move to Oceania.
Thinking about moving to Oceania? Let us help.
Does relocating to a new country in Oceania seem overwhelming? Let us help you. International removals to Oceania must meet the strict travel requirements of the destination country. WridgWays can arrange everything to ensure your move is customs compliant.
Our international removalist team can make your dream of moving to Oceania a reality. We are very experienced in moving Australians to other parts of Oceania. We have local relocation services such as packing and secure storage. WridgWays is a door-to-door provider of international removals dedicated to making your move simpler.
Why choose WridgWays for moving to Oceania?
We have over 125 years of experience in international removals to Oceania. Our team of removalists can help you settle into your new home sooner.
Multiple Locations in Oceania
We have several offices in Oceania to help you move to a new region. You might be moving to Fiji, New Zealand, or Papua New Guinea, whatever the case, let us help you move.
We’ll help you settle into your new homeland with our relocation guide. We research your new neighbourhood, providing an area guide detailing essential community services.
Secure Freight via Air and Sea
If you’re moving to Oceania, we can organise air and sea freight for you. Our staff can advise you on the most economical way of transporting belongings.
125+ Years Moving Experience
We are very experienced in relocating customers to Oceania; we’ve been doing it for over 125 years. For international removals to Oceania, choose WridgWays to organise your move.
Your first step to moving to Oceania is to get an international removalist service quote. It will only take a couple of minutes!
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Moving to Oceania has never been simpler with our range of international removalist services
Reasons to move to Oceania
The natural world
Oceania boasts some of the most beautiful and intriguing natural sites in the world. From the coral reefs of Fiji to the bubbling mud pools of New Zealand, there’s plenty to experience.
Tropical fruits and seafood
The region’s delicious cuisine uses lots of seafood, vegetables, coconut, breadfruit and rice. In Fijian villages, locals drink Kava in traditional ceremonies. Kava is a drink made from brewing a kind of pepper plant.
People & culture
The people are friendly in countries in Oceania, and they also have a rich Indigenous culture. Dance traditions are essential to many cultures in Oceania.
In the pristine seas of Oceania, you can take part in many aquatic sports. Surfers frequent its beaches, while divers have plenty of sea flora and fauna to discover. Sailing and fishing are also popular in this region.
A guide to moving to Oceania
- Oceania is the world’s smallest continent, with a land area of 8,508,238 sq km.
- Oceania’s island of Fiji reportedly has one the happiest populations in the world. A 2014 WIN/Gallup International poll stated that 93% of Fijians were either “happy” or “very happy”.
- Oceania’s languages include English, French, Malay, Tagalog, Maori, Hawaiian, Papuan languages and Creoles.
- The largest cities in Oceania besides Australia and NZ are Jakarta (Indonesia), Manila (Philippines) and Honolulu (Hawaii).
- Rarotonga is the largest of the Cook Islands and the most visited. Locals nickname it “Raro”.
- Oceania is well known for its beautiful islands, beaches and coral reefs.