Furniture Removalists Melbourne
Specialist furniture removals and movers Melbourne
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Our Melbourne removalists
Moving to a new suburb in Melbourne doesn’t have to be complicated. Our moving specialists can organise all aspects of your move. We’ll help you move everything from point A to point B, no matter how complex packing or transportation may seem.
Our local Melbourne removalists are dedicated to providing a moving service to assist you every step of the way. WridgWays’ Melbourne removalists can help coordinate services such as packing your possessions to secure storage. So when we say every aspect of your move, we mean it.
With over 125 years of moving experience, you can trust our team of Melbourne removalists to organise your move from packing up to settling in.
Anywhere in Victoria
We have a network of branches across the state. So no matter where you’re moving to in Victoria, there’s a Wridgways branch close by.
Our relocation specialists can provide you with a detailed suburb guide. You’ll get an overview of schools, medical clinics and other essentials.
No Insurance Excess
We offer some of the lowest rates for moving insurance in Australia. Your possessions can be covered during transit and storage periods.
125+ Years Experience
We’ve been helping Melbourne move house for over 125 years. And we continue to collaborate with the best removalists in the state.
Ready to organise your move with WridgWays? Get started with our Melbourne removalist service in minutes.
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Reasons to move to Melbourne
Most liveable city in the world
For the last seven years, Melbourne has been named the most liveable city in the world by the Economist Intelligence Unit’s annual global livability survey. Melbourne continues to win out over global competitors including Helsinki, Toronto, Auckland, and Hamburg.
Melbourne plays host to some of Australia’s largest sporting events from the AFL Grand Final and the Boxing Day cricket test at the MCG to the Australian Open at Rod Laver Arena. Other big events to watch our for include the Formula 1 Grand Prix and The Melbourne Cup.
Melbourne is Australia’s cultural hub. And with so many museums, galleries, and exhibitions, it’s not hard to see why. If traditional galleries aren’t for you, there’s plenty of street art and interactive works on display around every corner of the city.
There’s something to satisfy every taste bud and every budget in Melbourne. You’ll find an array of cuisines from every corner of the globe. Throughout the year there’s no shortage of special food events. Melbourne plays host to entire markets and festivals dedicated to everything from wine, to doughnuts, to cheese. And we can’t forget the coffee, of course!
Suburb guide Melbourne
- Melbourne has over 1.7 million households and this number is estimated to reach 2.4 million by 2036.
- In 2016, Melbourne’s inner city suburbs had one of the highest rates of people moving out at 16%.
- Melbourne has a growing population of 4.6 million people and is projected to overtake Sydney by 2030.
- Over half of Melbourne’s residents were born overseas (or have a parent who was).
- Melbourne has a young population with 37 per cent of its residents being aged between 25-49 years.
- The top five ancestries of people living in Melbourne are: English, Australian, Irish, Scottish, and Italian.