Interstate Removals Services

Removalist services across Australia
Relocating from one State to another is a BIG step.

W ith over 30 years experience in the industry, Walkers is a genuine interstate removal and relocation company with offices and experienced moving partners all over Australia.

We routinely complete interstate removals and relocations for both households and corporate clients to and from:

  • New South Wales
  • Queensland
  • Victoria
  • Australian Capital Territory
  • South Australia
  • Western Australia
  • Northern Territory

With two branches in Sydney and Brisbane and our large network of interstate partners, we have a large range of specialty services in place for such removals work.

Planning Your Interstate Move

There are a few things specific to moving interstate that you should be aware of and start to think about or plan for, and Walkers can help you with:
Interstate quarantine . There are quarantine restrictions placed on certain plants and animals, so make sure you know the regulations for your departure and destination state before you start packing.

Long distance protection. The further your belongings have to travel, the more opportunities there are for damage, so take some time to discuss packaging and protection of all of your items when moving interstate.

Unforeseen circumstances. It sounds like a cliché excuse used by tradesmen when they’re late for a repair, but when moving interstate, there can be a myriad of circumstances which delay your moving trucks; from road closures, weather, mechanical issues or driver log book restrictions. Therefore, plan your move, but leave room to be flexible if delivery times need to be adjusted.

Stay in contact. This helps you stay flexible and informed about what’s happening with your move at all times. Therefore, keep your mobile charged and your phone charger with you, and don’t forget to login to check your email periodically.

Contact Walkers to speak to one of our expert interstate removals consultants for an obligation FREE Quote or cost guideline now! »