18 Apr

2019

By / Troy Said

Canberra rated as Australia’s most livable city

Melbourne has long been regarded as Australia's best town to live in.  But that's not the case if you ask the locals.  New data from realestate.com.au's Life in Australia Index report explores what attributes Australians feel the most important when choosing where to live while ranking their current location. And Canberra comes out on top based on a number of important attributes.

04 Apr

2019

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Nine house moves in 10 years? Army wife shares her secret to a stress-free move

Mandy Mann is used to relocating her family. Along with her husband, who is a Major in the Australian Defence Force, she has moved house nine times in the last ten years. I think you’ll all agree that makes her an expert in big moves. Are you moving with the elderly? Read our tips It’s easy to achieve by following

15 Mar

2019

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Packing tips: a guide for large moves

For large moves, packing can be the last of your worries. What are some simple rules to packing all your household items? At Interstate Removals, we suggest these tips: - Use bubble wrap for all fragile or breakable items. This includes kitchenware, old books, paintings, clocks and jewellery - Use blankets and old doonas as an extra layer of protection

07 Mar

2019

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How to choose the right furniture removal company for a long-distance move

So you're moving interstate. Next step is to hire a removalist. But with so many options, how do you know you'll get the best price at the highest levels of quality? You ideally want the furniture removal company to satisfy your moving needs. They should be available to move you from any all towns, regions and states across Australia. And

21 Feb

2019

By / Troy Said

Travelling with your pet? Read this before the big move

Moving interstate - and bringing your pet with you - doesn't have to be difficult. Dr Nathan Koch, a vet with more than 30 years' experience, says moving with pets can be made much easier following a few simple steps. Invest in some temporary pet housing to start with. “Transporting your pet in a crate is the smartest way to

07 Feb

2019

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How backloading can save you money on your next big move

Are you planning a move interstate but want to save as much money as possible? This blog explains about backloading and how you can use it to your advantage. Backload is the amount of available space that a truck from a furniture removal company. Removal companies can give discounted rates for the available space in a truck that is going

29 Jan

2019

By / Troy Said

4 ways to make your new home feel more permanent after a move

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=121&v=BePwddXQMe4[/embed] If you're someone who moves around a lot, it can be difficult to create a sense of home in the places you are living. Thankfully, even if you know you won't be staying in your current home long-term, there are some things you can do to give it more of a sense of permanence with pieces that you can

03 Jan

2019

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How to guarantee a smooth first night in your new home

Your first night in your new home can be an emotional rollercoaster. You probably feel anxious, nervous, scared, or overwhelmed. And then there's the stress and mental fatigue of saying goodbye to your previous hometown, and a sense of excitement about what lies ahead. That's why it's important to be prepared for your first night at your new address -

17 Dec

2018

By / Troy Said

How to move with elderly folks

If you’re like most people helping older adults move, it can be physically and emotionally tough for everyone, especially the elderly. Moving across states and time zones is no different. Follow the road to a positive relocation process for you and your senior friend or relative by following these five tips. Tip 1: Resist criticizing. Their housekeeping might not be

10 Dec

2018

By / Troy Said

Best apps to use when moving to a new state

Make the long-distance move easier with these smart moving apps. Google Maps Before you move into your new home, make sure you have Google Maps installed. Apart from getting you from A to B, you can also use the app to search for local information, nearby stores and public transport. Click 'Explore' after typing in your location (or search for