Darwin’s specialist local removalists
Our experienced removalists in Darwin
Moving can be stressful and hard work, but the Wridways team are here to help you every step of the way. Our trusted team will make your move seamless from packing your belongings, safe transit, secure storage and unpacking everything into your new place.
As well as the home moving basics, we offer insurance cover, pet transport, suburb guides and utility connection. You will be updated every step of the way, leaving you to focus on settling into your new state or suburb.
Why choose WridgWays as your Darwin removalists?
We’ve been moving residents in Darwin homes for over 125 years. You can trust our networked Territory team to arrange all aspects of your home move.
Anywhere in the Northern Territory
Our team of removalists are available across the Territory. So no matter where you are in the Territory, we can get a WridgWays removalist to you.
It’s not always easy to settle in a new neighbourhood. Our removalists in Darwin provide you with a detailed suburb guide, so you get to know your area faster.
No insurance excess
Our Darwin removalists offer some of the lowest rates for moving insurance in Australia. All of your belongings will be covered from end to end.
125+ Years Experience
125 years of continual improvement means that we have some of the best processes and removalists in Darwin, so you know you can trust our expertise.
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Reasons you’ll love to live in Darwin
A beach on the CBD doorstep
Mindil Beach is located near Darwin’s town centre and is part of the waterfront area which has several beaches and green spaces for activities. You can find the Sunset Markets there during the dry season. Also along the waterfront is Skycity, Darwin’s casino hotel featuring restaurants, bars and pools and a day spa.
Alive with festivals, art and history
Also on the waterfront is the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, displaying extensive collections including indigenous and rock art, fossils and the region’s seafaring history. Experience an interactive war history curation at the Darwin Military Museum. Darwin Festival in August and Bass in the Grass in May are yearly highlights.
The George Brown Darwin Botanic Gardens are 2 kilometres north of the CBD. Situated on 42 hectares, the gardens are known for their northern Australian and other tropical plant species. Bicentennial Park is in the city centre, which runs the length of the waterfront and overlooks stunning Darwin Harbour.
A timeless wonder is your backyard
Darwin is the gateway to world heritage listed Kakadu National Park. The almost 20,000 hectares is a biodiverse-rich nature reserve made up of wetlands, rivers, waterfalls and sandstone cliffs. Kakadu is home to around 2,000 plant and wildlife species.
Darwin suburb guide
- Darwin is smallest of Australia’s capital cities with a population of around 145,000 (June 2016).
- The smaller population and long freight distances mean higher prices for many goods. Locally grown produce is available in some areas as a supermarket alternative.
- The median weekly personal income for people aged 15 years and over is $1,052. The most common occupations include professionals, technicians and tradespeople, clerical and administrative, community and personal service, and managers.
- Darwin (and the NT generally) is one of Australia’s most culturally diverse places in Australia and celebrates 100 nationalities and around 50 social, cultural and religious organisations.