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Our Cronulla removalists services

Looking for a removalist in Cronulla? Let WridgWays help you! WridgWays is a professional and experienced removalist, and our services cover every step of your relocation. It includes packing, storage, cleaning, arranging insurance, and transporting your pets and vehicles.

WridgWays understands how stressful the moving will be, so we are eager to make your move easier. With our team of experts and specialists in relocation, the only thing you have to do is relax and enjoy your journey. WridgWays is glad and looking forward to assisting you with all your relocation needs.

Why WridgWays?

With over 125 years of moving experience, you can trust our team of specialists to organise your move from packing up to settling in.

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Anywhere in Australia

Our branches are located all across Australia, so wherever you are, we will be close by.

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Relocation Services

Our relocation services include immigration and visa assistance, school search, home search and more.

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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.

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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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Learn about Cronulla

Surrounding areas

Cronulla is a suburb of Sydney, and it’s next to the beach. Located on a peninsula, it’s surrounded by Botany Bay, Bate Bay, Port Hacking, and Gunnamatta Bay. Woolooware and Kurnell are its neighbouring suburbs, and Kurnell peninsula is the place that James Cook first landed in 1770. It is 26 kilometres south of the Sydney CBD, taking 30 minutes drive there.


People enjoy a laid-back and fabulous beach lifestyle in Cronulla. With lots of shops, cafes and restaurants, schools, parks, and public transport, living in Cronulla is convenient and easy going. City and other suburbs are easily accessible as well.


There are lots of events held in Cronulla around the year. The biggest one, Cronulla Spring Festival, is held annually on the second weekend of September. It offers food, rides, shows, diverse stalls, and many other entertainment. Australian Music Week is a three-day event for music lovers and artists, and the Payce Sutherland to Surf is a interesting running event for runners and families.

Things to do

Lying on the seaside, how can you miss those beaches! Cronulla is a popular attraction for tourists and locals. Experiencing the white sands beneath your bear feet definitely vents your pressure. Surfing, snorkelling, sailing, and paddleboarding are just some of your choices. Dolphins sometimes can be spotted onto Cronulla’s beaches. You can bushwalk in the Royal National Park, which is one of the oldest park worldwide, to discover abundant wildlife and ancient aboriginal heritage.

Cronulla Moving Facts

  • The population is over 18,000.
  • Besides 75% Australian, resdients are from England, New Zealand, Philippines, and Germany.
  • “Cronulla” was from an aboriginal word, kurranulla. It means “place of the pink seashells.’’
  • People are usually Catholic or no religion, representing about 27% for each. Anglican is another common religion, accounting for 18%.
  • Cronulla is the only beach in Sydney accessible by train.