It can be tricky to organise everything for your move. Let WridgWays, a trusted moving provider, take care of your move from Hobart to Melbourne.
WridgWays have been moving Australians across Bass Strait for over 125 years. We have a network of 16 facilities across Australia, so if you are moving to or from Tasmania, or if you are moving across the country, we can take care of every part of your move.
If you need assistance with moving more than just boxes, get in touch with a member of our team. Our service offering includes packing, vacate cleaning, secure storage, insurance, unpacking, pet and vehicle transportation.
When you move with WridgWays, we can take care of your entire move. This means all you need to worry about is getting to Melbourne. We'll look after the rest. We have:
Our relocation services include immigration and visa assistance, school search, home search and more.
With Australia's most efficient truck fleet and leading logistics technology, we're on the forefront of industry innovation.
Communication is essential for an easy move, and our team is always friendly and professional.
We look after your property and treat it with the care and respect it needs.
We have over 125 years of experience behind us, and will continue to provide the same excellent service in Australia.
Our branches are located all across Australia, so wherever you are, we will be close by.
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Since our founding in 1892, WridgWays has been moving household belongings with professionalism and ingenuity. We don't just pick up and deliver your things, we also provide a range of moving services, and ensure that we do our job with class. We've helped Aussies from all over the country move interstate — no matter which state or territory you're in, there's a WridgWays office waiting to help.
When you move from Hobart to Melbourne, your goods can take between 5-15 days, depending on your move type.
If you have an FCL (full container load), your belongings will are moved faster. We estimate a time frame of 5-7 days. Once your belongings arrive at our branch, we will contact you to organise a suitable delivery date.
If you move less than a container load (LCL), we will send your belongings in a container with other items. This may delay your shipment, and you may be looking at 10-15 days.
If you need guidance on the best mode of shipment for your goods, we recommend you speak to one of our expert team.
We can move most items, some items are dangerous or require some preparation before being moved. We have developed a Dangerous Goods and Prohibited Items Guide. Have a look through before your move to see if you have any items that require special preparation.
If you are unsure about any of your belongings, have a chat with your move manager, they will be able to advise you.
We strongly recommend you are at your property during uplift and delivery. It will make certain that nothing is left behind, and everything is unpacked and put in the correct place during the delivery.
If you are can't be at your home during the uplift or delivery, a responsible person over the age of 18 must be at the property as your representative.
They certainly are. All of our removalists are certified with the Australian Furniture Removers Association (AFRA). They are trained in correct packing and handling techniques to make sure your belongings are handled safely and with care during the entirety of your move.
Our warehouse in Melbourne is in Dandenong South. It is one of 16 facilities we have across Australia. Our Melbourne team will be more than happy to provide you with assistance to organise the collection or delivery of your storage items.
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