Removalist Between Adelaide and Melbourne
Specialist interstate removalists between Adelaide and Melbourne
Our interstate removalists between Adelaide and Melbourne
Looking for removalists between Adelaide and Melbourne? It is not difficult! WridgWays is a professional and experienced removalist, and we are here to assist your move, from start to finish. Our services include packing, storage, arranging your insurance, and transporting your pets or vehicles.
With our local team of experts and specialists in relocation, your move between Adelaide and Melbourne will be exciting and relaxing. WridgWays is glad and looking forward to assisting you with all your relocation needs.
With over 125 years of moving experience, you can trust our team of specialists to organise your move from packing up to settling in.
Anywhere in Australia
Our branches are located all across Australia, so wherever you are, we will be close by.
Our relocation services include immigration and visa assistance, school search, home search and more.
No Insurance Excess
We have some of the lowest rates in Australia for moving insurance, and so your belongings can be covered through transit and storage periods.
125+ Years Experience
We have over 125 years of experience behind us, and will continue to provide the same excellent service in Australia.
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Moving to Adelaide
The median price for a house in Adelaide is $432,000, and it is significantly cheaper than Melbourne, which is almost a million. Adelaide is the second most affordable city for buying a house in Australia, only beaten by Hobart. If you are the first time house buyer, settling down in Adelaide is a great and accessible choice.
Adelaide is home to some of the best festivals in Australia. For example, Adelaide Fringe is the largest open-access festival in the Southern Hemisphere with top acts hailing from locally and overseas. Other lively festivals include Adelaide Festival, a mixture of music, arts and theatre; Tasting Australia, an exhilarating culinary experience and the Adelaide 500, which is the largest motorsport event in Australia.
Adelaide is informally known as the Wine Capital of Australia. The wineries in Adelaide are world-class. With lush vineyards in Barossa, Adelaide Hills, McLaren Vale and Langhome Creek, enjoying a glass of velvety wine is just a part of life in Adelaide.
Adelaide enjoys a laid back culture. With a short distance to work, shopping centres and beaches, it is convenient to travel everywhere and get what you need. Beaches are beautiful due to the stunning white sand and ocean reminiscent of life on a tropical island. Good news for foodies is that you have plenty of choices from cafes to fine dining restaurants. Adelaide is not as fast-paced as Melbourne, so you would enjoy a relaxing lifestyle.
Moving to Melbourne
Melbourne is Australia’s unofficial food capital, and you will find out the reasons immediately. There are hip cafes dotted all across the city, and delicious spots tucked into lane ways. Chinatown offers an incredible variety of Asian food, and night markets give you that warm, outdoors vibe. Fusion cuisine make this city lively.
Most liveable city in the world
Melbourne has been consistently ranked the world’s most liveable city for several years. With perfect scores in healthcare, infrastructure and education, Melbourne has been attracted lots of newcomers. The city enjoys a relatively low crime rate, a variety of events and eateries and is generally close to facilities and entertainment.
Things to do
Melbourne is a city having energy and character pumping through its streets. You will never get bored in Melbourne, as there is always something new to explore. With a variety of interesting events year round, such as the Big Dog Show featuring hundreds of different dog breeds, the National Gallery of Victoria’s art exhibitions and the Australian Open kicking off the summer, Melbourne offers plenty for the curious and open-minded individual.
Anyone who comes to Melbourne will instantly notice the charming combination of old and new architecture around the city. With Melbourne Central snugly built around the Coop’s Shot Tower, built in 1888, the Melbourne General Post Office being a host for retail chain H&M, and the irregular shapes of the Yarra building overlooking Federation Square, it’s a delightful experience to immerse yourself in beautiful architecture.