Backloads from Adelaide

by Troy Said on December 7, 2010

Backloads from Adelaide


As many of us know, hiring furniture removal companies can be really expensive. If budget is a problem, you can do Backloading arrangement with Interstate Removals. There are truck drivers out there who will gladly help you out with the moving at a much cheaper price. If you did the packing well, there wouldn’t be much trouble putting your stuff in the truck and move with the same load as other people. Each move is sectioned off from other moves so nothing gets mixed up.

Basing on the price, you can choose this option if you are having an interstate move. Backloading costs less rather than regular interstate removal company services. One factor to take note of is that they are not available in some dates, so schedule your move with operations at head office to ensure your move can happen of the day the truck is passing through your city. As there are daily service to all capital cities is possible your pickup will happen on your date requested.

{ 5 comments… read them below or add one }

john condie November 28, 2011 at 7:39 pm

require a sailing dingy transported from freemantle,wa to adelaide
weighs approx.150kg its 4.3m x 1.4m x 1m and its tied to a dolley on wheels which one person can moove about easily but will require care while loading on or off.approx. value $25000

Troy November 29, 2011 at 8:46 am

Hi John,

Thanks for your email. Unfortunately we would not be able to move this sailing dingy due to its size.

You may need to try a specialised boat carrier.



Grahame Cox December 5, 2011 at 4:43 pm

i am looking for a backload of household furniture from Sydney to Adelaide. Okay dates would be from 14, 15, 16 December. Please advise me an average duration for the journey as a I have to organise to be in Adelaide to receive the goods.

Troy December 5, 2011 at 5:04 pm

Hi Grahame,

Thanks for your email. We could collect around 14,15 & 16 Dec however would require an inventory list to offer you a firm price.

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Kathy Smith March 28, 2013 at 11:46 am


I have a 60″ Plasma T V with a 2 shelve T V stand. Also a kayak which is about 320 cm long. A framed picture with glass approximately 94 cmx80cm. There might be w/machine -depth 59cm width 59cm height 98cm.
These are to go from Adelaide(Strathalbyn) to Esperance WA around early May.

Thanking You
Kathy Smith

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