Experienced removalists in Canberra
WridgWays moving specialists in Canberra
We mean it when we say that we can take care of every aspect of your move including packing, house cleaning, secure storage, pet transport, suburb guides, even the utility connection.
No move is too complicated for our team; it’s what we’ve been doing for over 125 years. Let our experienced Canberra removalist team look after your move.
Why choose WridgWays?
We have over 125 years of removalist experience. With our careful packing, secure storage and safe transit all part of our service, you can trust our Canberra removalist team to arrange your move.
Anywhere in ACT
WridgWays have branches around the state, and we collaborate with other experienced removalists to assist your move.
To help you get settled into Canberra, we can provide you with a helpful guide to essential local services like schools and medical clinics.
No Insurance Excess
We recommend you take out insurance for your belongings while they’re in transit or storage. WridgWays can offer affordable moving insurance rates.
125+ Years Experience
Our moving history experience extends over 125 years. Our success has been supported by collaborating with our specialist removalists all over the country.
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Why move to Canberra?
Riverside and ocean escapes
Canberra can heat up in summer, and there are plenty of rivers and freshwater swimming holes to cool off in the ACT. Murrumbidgee River, Cotters Bend Casuarina Sands are just a few. Ocean-loving Canberrans head to the nearby NSW south coast to areas like Batemans Bay in summer.
Being a smaller city with just under 400,000 people in 2016, Canberra offers a sense of community that other largely populated cities can’t. The people are vibrant and friendly. Introduce yourself at the local, join a social group or consider share house living to meet new people.
Out and about
Canberra’s Parliamentary Zone offers free museums and galleries. Hang out spots and hidden gems in coffee shops, bars, eateries and shops line Lonsdale Street. Traffic and parking are a breeze, taking about 30 minutes to get from one side of the city to the other – even in peak hour.
Jobs and growth
While Canberra is known as the political capital and many people do work for the public service, other vital industries where you can find employment are building, construction and trades, education, tourism and hospitality, and health services.
Canberra suburb guide
- According to the 2016 Census, the median age for Canberra was 35 years, and households had an average of 2.9 members.
- A vast majority of Canberra’s population come from North-West Europe, Southern and Eastern Europe and South-East Asia with 32.1% of the population born overseas.
- Canberra’s unemployment rate was around 4.7% in 2016.
- The average weekly wage for an Australian is $577, but in Canberra the average income is $917 – much higher than the national average.
- Residents born in Australia residing in Canberra is higher than the national average too at 71.4%, followed by English (3.7%) and Chinese (1.8%).