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Moving to Australia

If you’ve ever dreamt of a new life overseas and subsequently picked Australia as your destination, you can easily make that dream a reality with the right movers behind you.

Leaving New Zealand for a life in Australia has long been something of a tradition for Kiwis looking for greener pastures, new opportunities and challenges, as well as those looking for a fresh start. With Ausmove, there’s no easier way to move, settle, and live in Australia!

Trustworthy NZ to Australia Relocation Services

If you’re looking to move to Australia without any hiccups, you’ll need to do it right. The best way to achieve this is to hire a moving service such as Ausmove with extensive experience and an impeccable record in moving New Zealanders to Australia.

Affordable Shipping to Australia from New Zealand

Sometimes, you might not want to leave too many of your belongings behind; thankfully, you won't have to. With affordable shipping options available, Ausmove can help you seamlessly make the move and bring anything along with you. If you’re entertaining the idea of leaving items behind due to the cost involved, you should rethink this, as we have plenty of price-effective options available.

Why Choose Ausmove for Your Move to Australia?

If you’ve decided to get up and go to Australia, then there’s no better alternative (as a Kiwi) than Ausmove. This is because we are the only 100% New Zealand-owned specialist moving service that’s been ferrying Kiwis to Australia for more than two decades! No one understands the needs of New Zealanders moving to Australia better than we do. We can collect your belongings - and those of your family - from anywhere in Auckland, and you’ll soon have them at your doorstep in Australia, without any fuss whatsoever. So, give us a call today and make your move happen by taking advantage of our highly-competitive prices.

Balranald Australian suburb

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Whatever requirements and belongings you need to move to Australia, we have the perfect package and quote for you. Just get in touch and we’ll be happy to provide you with all our options.

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Helpful info for New Zealanders moving to Australia: What you need to know

From getting a job and paying tax to getting around in Aussie, we have the low-down on Downunder.  NZ and Australia are pretty similar, but there are plenty of things you might not have thought about that you need to know before hopping over the ditch. Like, if your move might affect your pension, or are you suddenly going to start watching Aussie Rules and calling a chilly bin an esky? Here are 11 things to help you decide if moving to Australia is the right move for you.


1. Can New Zealanders work in Australia?

New Zealand and Australia have an agreement that allows Kiwis to arrive in Australia and have much of the same rights as Australians. One of these rights is the ability to work, with no special visa required. Most Kiwis are issued a SCV- Special Category Visa- on arrival.

This visa means you can arrive, get a job doing almost anything you want, and continue living and work in Australia indefinitely. The only exception to this rule is that Kiwis can’t join the Australian Defence Force or take up a permanent contract working in the public sector.

These rules are also only applicable for NZ citizens, if you are only a permanent resident you still have to obtain a working visa.

There are some other things to think about when you get a job in Oz. You’ll need to get a TFN (Tax File Number) which is their equivalent to an IRD number. You’ll also need to obtain a local bank account, which you can do online before you leave NZ. Also consider hiring an accountant for your first year living in Australia. If there will be some crossover between NZ and Australian income, it could become complex.

Head over here for everything you need to know about NZers working in Australia. We have also created specific city resources for working in Brisbane, working in Sydney, working in Melbourne, working in Perth, working in Adelaide, working in Canberra, working in Tasmania and working in Cairns.  


2. Finding a job in Australia

The job market is more competitive in Australia than in NZ. While unemployment rates are similar, there are more applicants for each job. Overall, the process to get a job is pretty simple. Much like in NZ, you can apply for a range of jobs from websites like Send in your CV and a cover letter and start the ball rolling. If you start looking before you move, most employers are open to the possibility of a video-link job interview, so don’t put off applying until you arrive- start now.

Many New Zealand-gained qualifications, including those in trades, are valid in Australia. Some may require equivalent studies or some top-up education, but university and polytechnic degrees in fields such as plumbing and refrigeration are accepted.

While you get a SCV on arrival, if you want Australian citizenship, there are ways to fast-track this. Even though you can live and work using the SCV, you can apply for a Skilled Independent Visa. This is a points-tested scheme that is designed to attract people in fields that are lacking in employees. For instance, healthcare, aged care, agriculture, teaching and a raft of medical roles are all deemed to be skilled roles. It’s not necessary but if you intend to become a permanent resident, then this visa type will speed up the process.

For more information and more Australia job sites, check out our article on finding a job in Australia.


3. Driving in Australia

It’s a pretty simple process for Kiwis to transition to driving in Australia. The road rules are mostly the same and the roads are easy to drive. However, there can be long distances between towns- it’s not like in NZ when there’s a tiny town every half an hour or so. If you’re driving cross-country, you need to carry spare tyres, fill up every time you see a petrol station (servo) and carry enough snacks and water to keep you sustained.

You can drive in Australia on your NZ licence for three months, and then after that you need to transition to the licence for the state you live in. It’s a simple process to swap over but if you don’t do it, you can be fined.

The main differences between Australia and NZ driving is that you’re watching out for kangaroos and snakes, not possums and rabbits. The Melbourne CBD also has hook turns, which you’ll need to be prepared for if you intend to drive there.

If you want to ship your car over to Australia, this can be complicated and expensive. It might be cheaper to sell your car and then buy new in Australia. Contact us about this, as we can help you with the arrangements to ship your car to Australia if you want.

For the full run-down on driving in Australia, check out our Australian driving guide for Kiwis.


4. Healthcare for Kiwis

In NZ, Kiwis have free health care. The system isn’t perfect, but it is free. The benefits in Australia aren’t quite as thorough, so make sure you are prepared for less privileges.

If you arrive on a Special Category Visa (SCV) then you don’t have the same rights as a citizen or permanent resident. But there is some free health care via a reciprocal agreement between the governments. Kiwis get free treatment at public hospitals and can access some prescription medications at a discounted rate. However, this isn’t designed for long-term treatment or non-acute care.

You will need to enrol for Medicare. These gives you free treatment at public hospitals, rebates on non-hospital appointments, and sometimes Health Care cards. To apply, you must be residing in Australia, have lived there for six months and have proof you intend to stay at least another six months.

To apply, you’ll need a number of documents to prove your intentions to stay and evidence of having settled in Australia. Check out the full details on our article about Australia healthcare for Kiwis.

If you are moving and have long-term health issues that require medical care or you aren’t covered under the reciprocal health care agreement, you will want to invest in medical insurance until you can arrange cover in Australia. Otherwise, you will be liable for all healthcare costs.


5. Buying a house in Australia

There are a range of things you need to think about before buying a home in Australia. While the process is straightforward, there are financial implications you might not have realised.

If you own a property in NZ, there are possible taxes and duties to pay. There are full details in our guide to house buying in Australia for Kiwis, but you’ll need to consider stamp duty, capital gains tax, the Bright Line test, and non-resident withholding tax. There are a number of scenarios to consider and you may want to consult an accountant before making any decisions.

If you have decided to buy in Australia, the use of a buyer advocate may make your life a lot less stressful. They know the local market, they can help you find and appraise homes, and give realistic valuation information. These buyer advocates work exclusively to buy properties, not sell them. This means their advice is always in your best interests.

You may want to consider if you’re eligible to use your KiwiSaver as a deposit on your Australian home. You also may be able to take advantage of the Aussie First Home Owner’s Scheme if you are a first home buyer.

There are different rules in each state, so you need to understand the local market and rules for yourself. The housing market is strong, and the average price for a home in Melbourne is $834,000 which is considerably higher than the average Kiwi home.


6. Renting and Flatting

If you don’t want to buy a home in Australia, Kiwis can easily rent a home or go flatting. Because you don’t necessarily know where you want to live or the kind of suburb a place is, a short term rental is a good option until you find a permanent place.

While you are choosing your new home, keep in mind things like proximity to employment or good public transport networks, schooling options, local amenities and the type of people living in the area. Visiting the local coffee shop and asking the locals for their opinion is a good way to gauge if you want to live there or not.

There are a range of ways find a rental, such as local listings on Craigslist and Gumtree or more professional sites such as The housing market is very competitive in the urban parts of Australia, so make sure you have everything prepped before you apply for any homes/ rooms. You’ll need a range of documentation and 100 ID ‘points’. Check out the complete list of requirements for Kiwis renting in Australia.

If you’re only looking for a room in a flat, then most of the processes are the same as flatting. Unlike NZ, the person who has their name on the paperwork will need to advise the landlord and provide them copies of your paperwork in order to get approval. Check out our blog full of information on renting a room in Australia. The average rent in urban Australia is around AU$304 a week.

Ausmove have put together a series of resources on property buying and renting in some of Australia’s most popular cities including our Brisbane property guide, Sydney property guide, Melbourne property guide, Perth property guide, Adelaide property guide Canberra property guide, Tasmania property guide and Cairn's property guide.


7. Cost of living in Australia compared to New Zealand

It’s not as simple as saying one country is more expensive than another. There are huge differences between cities and rural living, and some living expenses are cheaper, some more expensive. Neither NZ or Australia are particularly cheap to live in, but both offer a great lifestyle.

Housing, whether buying or renting, is more expensive in Australia. Rural areas are much cheaper than inner-city apartments in both countries. Food costs aren’t across the board cheaper either; some things are cheaper in NZ than in Australia and in general food is cheaper in NZ. The price for a combo meal at McDonalds in NZ is $11.40, and in Australia it’s NZ$11.99. Costs work out overall about the same. Some things are cheaper in Australia, like tropical fruit, which can’t grow in NZ’s climate. Milk and milk products are much more expensive in NZ.

Petrol is much more expensive in NZ, as is internet and cellphone charges. Childcare, sports memberships are cheaper in NZ. However, Australian salaries are higher than in NZ, which goes some way to offsetting the higher rent cost. Check out our in-depth guide to NZ Vs Australia costs.

The other factor to take into account is your lifestyle. If you own a car in NZ but wish to take public transport in Australia, your costs will change. If you move to the CBD in Sydney or Melbourne, you’ll probably find yourself going out to dinner more often, which will increase expenses.


8. Moving money to Australia

Getting money from NZ to Australia is easy, but it’s the fees you can incur and the transaction time that make it challenging. There are a variety of options that can help make it cheaper and easier. If you’re using your NZ bank account while in Australia, there can be increased bank fees and you’re also unlikely to be using the exchange rate to the best effect.

First thing to do is to create a bank account in Australia. This can be done from NZ before you leave the country. Then there are a number of ways to send money over. Banks, foreign exchange companies, and intermediaries.

Banks are often the most expensive way to do things. Their exchange rates can be higher and international transfer fees can be costly.

Intermediaries such as PayPal and Western Union have varying rates but overall, Transferwise offers cheap fees and very competitive rates that generally beat the competition. These transfers are usually instantaneous from NZ to Australia too and it goes straight from your NZ bank account to your new Australian one.

Foreign exchange companies will give you realistic exchange rates and if you’re wanting to move large amounts of money they could be the most cost effective. XE have a fantastic app that lets you check the current exchange rate and trends, and is a good option for money transfers too.


9. NZ to Australia pension transfers

Moving to Australia at any stage of your working life or retirement may change how much superannuation you are entitled to, and which Government will be paying it out.

To qualify for NZ Superannuation, you need to have lived in NZ for at least 10 years since age 20, and five of them post turning 50. If you meet those criteria, you can transfer your allowance to Australia if you remain a resident of NZ or Australia and are 65 years old or older and intend on being in Australia for more than 26 weeks.

You will need to be careful if you are transferring your NZ super to Australian pension, as they are asset and income tested. This may mean a downward adjustment from what you would be expecting in NZ. The amount you’ll be paid in Australia can’t exceed their set superannuation rate. This means that if your financial position, which may include substantial assets or rental income, exceeds the Australian pension level, you may not be eligible for anything.

If you have done the calculations and it’s still worth moving to Australia to receive your retirement income there, then you’ll need to visit a CentreLink office within six months of your arrival in Aus. You’ll need to take a range of paperwork and make your application there.

Check out our full guide for Kiwis wanting to transfer their superannuation to Australia.


10. Becoming an Australian Citizen

If you decide to permanently swap the All Blacks for the Wallabies and the haka for Waltzing Matilda, we won’t hold it against you. You can be a dual citizen of NZ and Australia, and if your move to Australia is permanent, there are very good reasons for becoming a citizen.

While there are agreements between the countries, there are limitations. A Kiwi in Australia on their SCV (Special Category Visa) isn’t eligible for full healthcare, there are no benefits, allowances or access to higher education funding. Nor can they work for the Government or join their armed forces.

There are a few ways to gain citizenship. To fast-track some of the rights you want in Australia, the Skilled Independent Visa gives you the inside-track to a citizenship applications. If you are highly skilled in a job that Australia has a shortage of, then this visa gives you more rights that an SCV.

A citizenship application requires documentation, an application form, and an application fee. It takes about a year for the application to be processed. To learn more about this, check out our step-by-step directions for Kiwis wanting to become Australian citizens. You must have been resident of Australia for at least four years continually prior to your application.


11. Studying in Australia

There’s about 11,000 Kiwis currently living and studying in NZ. And why wouldn’t you, with seven Australia universities in the top 100 in the world. They have a strong focus on having degrees that result in employment for their students, and a quality education that teaches what’s needed.

However, the Australian Government no longer subsidises fees for Kiwis. While students are charged domestic fees and not International fees, there are no subsidies and you won’t be eligible for Australian student loans. However, there are Commonwealth Supported Places where you may only be required to pay a student contribution, there’s FEE-HELP to assists in paying fees and some means-tested income support options.

Australia Awards farewell ceremony at the University of Sydney Australia

To apply for these financial assistance packages, you must present a range of paperwork and fit certain criteria. To learn more, read our guide for Kiwis studying in Australia.

If your kids are school age, there are primary and secondary school options that are public (free), private (user pays) and religious (mostly funded by the Government). The system is similar to NZ with school holidays mostly aligned, and a similar grading system to NCEA.

Most liveable cities in Australia

We’ve included a list of the most liveable cities in Australia, taking in to account work-life balance, weather, work opportunity and average salary, affordability and more.

  • Adelaide - Food, wine, culture and amazing scenery. Locals love Adelaide’s liveability, laidback lifestyle, mild weather and a low cost of living to make Adelaide a great place to live.
  • Brisbane - Lonely Planet describes it as ‘Booming Brisbane’. An ‘energetic river town on the way up, with an edgy arts scene, pumping nightlife, and great coffee and restaurants’
  • Cairns - Cairns is known for being the gateway of the Great Barrier Reef. Tropical weather, a relaxed lifestyle and coastal living means visitors who come for a holiday, stay for a lifetime.
  • Gold Coast - Sun, surf and nightlife! Living on the Gold Coast is all about lifestyle, with 70 kilometres of beaches on your and 100,000 hectares of World Heritage-listed rainforest nearby.
  • Hobart - As the capital of the island State of Tasmania, Hobart is a decidedly different city. Far removed from the mainland, it offers immense natural beauty and a quieter, low stress lifestyle.
  • Melbourne - Melbourne is one of the most beautiful cities in Australia, just one reason why it keeps ranking highly on international research on liveable cities.
  • Perth - When you’re Australia’s sunniest city, there’s not much to complain about. Split in two by the meandering Swan River, Perth is known for its vibrant dining scene, especially when you can enjoy al fresco eating for much of the year. And when you’re not eating out, you can relax at the beach, with 80 kilometres of pristine coastline to choose from.
  • Sydney - Sydney is an well-known tourist destination. The harbour, Opera House and Bondi Beach all sparkle in postcard-perfect pictures.


Moving to Australia Checklist

If you want your move to Australia to be hassle-free, you’ll want to navigate the relevant processes the right way; in which case, our checklist will prove very valuable. No matter the size, we can help you move it, but it’s important to plan ahead, so that you don’t miss anything.

How will you get around?

There are many forms of transportation in Australia and getting around in cities like Sydney, Melbourne, the Gold Coast, Canberra, Tasmania, Sunshine Coast, Adelaide and Brisbane the public transport networks are well developed and reliable - so great if you're in the city or suburbs. Driving a car is generally straightforward for kiwis in Australia, as New Zealand drivers licences can be used in Australia for the first three months after arrival, provided it has not expired or been suspended.

Melbourne City Tram going down a street

How long will it take to move to Australia?

The time it takes to get all your belongings moved to Australia will depend on the size of the items, your destination, as well as how early in advance you’re prepared for the journey. We’ll always try to work within the timeframe you have in mind and will subsequently advise which options to go for.

Three to Six Months: Commit!

Planning three to six months (or even earlier) ahead will give you the opportunity to get things prepared in an orderly fashion.

Two Months to go: Things are getting real!

In two months, your move is now closer than ever. During this time, ensure you have everything in order to prevent drawbacks that could lead you to spend more or even delay your move.

Four Weeks to go: The countdown begins!

This is when you should ensure your visas, passports and other travel bookings are finalised. You should also discard any unwanted items and make the necessary banking preparations (such as terminating accounts and transferring funds).

Two to Three Weeks left: Time to start the serious packing!

While it’s best if your packing is done by this point, you should now finalise anything you might have had to postpone because you were using the items in question.

One Week remaining: Keep Calm and Carry on!

You don’t want to be in a rush during this period, so it’s important that you keep calm and not be overwhelmed by any forthcoming travelling procedures.

Moving Your Household Goods to Australia

If there are any household goods you’d like to take with you, Ausmove can help transport them from doorstep to doorstep. Whether you’re going to Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Perth, Gold Coast, Cairns or any other part of Australia, we’ve got you covered.

Navigating Australia’s Customs Service

You might have an issue with Customs officials if you’ve owned your belongings for less than 12 months. It’s therefore important to only pack what meets the Australian Customs requirements.

Australian Quarantine Service

We recommend that you thoroughly clean your belongings, as they can attract expensive charges if they don’t pass the inspection of the Australian Quarantine Inspection Service (AQIS). We can duly advise how to keep your belongings clean when you contact us.

Approximate Transit Times to Australia

A general guide for transit time moving your belongings to Australia might not be accurate in your personal terms, as shared containers are subject to change, depending on when each is filled. You can contact our moving advisers to find out about specific transit times to different destinations.

Packing Your Belongings

We are expert movers; so much so, everything will run smoothly if you allow us to pack your belongings in the most effective way possible. We utilise standard materials and understand travel procedures for packing, so as not to attract charges from Customs and Quarantine services.

Storing Your Belongings

If you want to send your things on ahead, we have storage services in Australia that can store them safely until they’re delivered at your doorstep when you arrive. If you aren’t sure about a permanent stay in Australia however, we can arrange storage for some of your belongings in New Zealand.

Insuring Your Belongings

We also offer moving insurance for peace of mind when in transit. This is recommended to prepare for any unexpected risks that could occur during shipping. More info on our insurance page.

Special Moving Services for special items

Our services come with extra offers that can add the finishing touches to your move. For starters, we can help transfer special items like safes, family heirlooms, and more. We can also provide cleaning services or help you unpack your things when you’re ready to settle in Australia.

Transporting Your Pets to Australia

When transporting your pets to Australia, pets such as cats and dogs should be microchipped and have their vaccinations up-to-date so their transportation to Australia go smoothly. You can find out more on how to transfer your pets on the Australian Department of Agriculture website. 

dog inside plane, looking out window

What rights do Kiwis have when moving to (and living in) Australia?

As a New Zealand citizen, you can live and work in Australia with no time limit on your Special Category visa. However, you’ll have limited rights if you’re not a permanent visa holder or citizen of that country. For example, you’ll not be able to vote without being an Australian citizen; you won’t be able to apply for citizenship without permanent resident status; you won’t have access to disability benefits or student loans; and you won’t be able to sponsor relatives who want to apply for permanent residency, amongst other things.

Social Security Agreement between Australia and New Zealand

Social security agreements have existed between the two countries since 1948, while other agreements have been in place since the 1920s. The social security agreement lets New Zealand citizens enjoy certain benefits while living in Australia and vice versa. However, since the update of the agreement on 26th February 2001, there have been changes which mean only permanent residents of Australia can enjoy certain social security benefits.

Becoming a citizen of Australia

To become an Australian citizen, you must first obtain a permanent visa, unless you’re covered by your Special Category Visa.

Australia Day Citizenship Ceremony

Accessing Australian benefits

There are various Australian benefits that you can access as a New Zealand citizen with a Special Category visa. Some of these include working and residing in the country without a working or permanent resident visa; accessing education without a student visa; paying domestic fees; and the transfer of your NZ driving license within three months of your arrival. However, you cannot enjoy certain social security benefits if you’re not a permanent resident in Australia.


FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)

Do I need a visa to move to Australia?

As a New Zealand citizen, you can live, work, and study in Australia without applying for a visa, as you’re entitled to a Special Category visa upon entry. Keep in mind that this type of visa limits the social benefits you’ll enjoy, even though you’ll get to stay in the country indefinitely.

Can I pack my own belongings?

You can, but it’s best to let the experts do it - or at least guide you -so that you can avoid any repacking and inspection costs in Australia.

Do I have to clean my goods before moving to Australia?

Yes, we highly recommend that you carry out a thorough cleaning of any goods that are prone to pests. Especially goods of an outdoor nature such as gardening tools, outside furniture, sports gear and lawn mowers.

Can I store my belongings in Australia?

Yes absolutely. At Ausmove, we provide secure and accredited storage operations throughout Australia to help your move from NZ.

Will I have to pay duty on my household goods in Australia?

Excluding alcoholic beverages, cigarettes and other commercial items, you won’t have to pay any charge on your household items if you’ve owned them for more than a year.

Can a NZ permanent resident buy a house in Australia?

Yes. Both citizens and permanent residents of NZ residents can purchase and apply for a home-loans to buy property in Australia. The SCV agreement lets kiwi citizens live/work in Australia indefinately. See the Home Affairs website for more information about SC visas.

What if I want to become an Australian citizen?

You’ll have to become a permanent resident first and wait two years before you can apply for Australian citizenship. As not everyone is eligible for permanent residency, it’s recommended that you speak to someone at the Department of Home Affairs.

Can I move my car to Australia?

Yes. You can move your car to Australia, provided you get approval. Check out our car shipping page.

Can I take alcohol to Australia?

Yes, but you’ll have to pay an Excise Duty, as well as making sure declare exactly what you’re importing. 

How long will it take to move my goods to Australia?

The time it will take to move your goods will depend on the service you’re using, as well as where you’re moving to. Contact our advisers to talk this through.

Will my belongings be fumigated when they arrive in Australia?

Your belongings may be fumigated, at the discretion of the Australia Customs service. This will be limited to specifically affected items, rather than your whole shipment. However, this may incur some fumigation charges.

Will my car be steam-cleaned when it arrives in Australia?

You may be able to avoid this, but it your car could indeed be steam-cleaned when it arrives in Australia, which usually comes at a high cost.

Can I use banana boxes for packing?

No, this isn’t not recommended, as banana boxes come with a high risk and will ultimately need fumigating.

What are the most important things to know about the Australian social security system?

You’ll need to meet certain requirements - such as the income and assets test - if you want to claim an Australian pension. Whichever test turns out to be the lowest rate from the income and assets test is that which will be used.

Where and how do I claim a pension?

You can claim your Australian pension from Centerlink International Services if you’re residing in Australia or from the offices of Work and Income if you’re still in New Zealand.

At what age can I qualify for an Australian Age Pension or New Zealand Superannuation/Veterans Benefit?

For New Zealand, you must be 65 years or older, while for Australia you must be 66 as of July 2017 (which will increase every two years by six months, until it becomes 67 in 2023).

At what stage can I claim a pension when moving from NZ to Australia?

Under the agreement, claims can be lodged up to 13 weeks in advance before you reach the eligible pension age.

What documents do I need to make a pension claim?

Documents needed include proof of Australian residence, proof of identity, as well as other paperwork required by the Department of Human Services.

How are pensions paid to New Zealanders in Australia?

Once you’ve been approved for a pension transfer, and you qualified, then you’ll be paid your Australian Pension into the bank account of your choosing every two weeks if you’re residing in the country.

How does moving between Australia and New Zealand affect my pension?

Your New Zealand pension payment may be affected when you travel or move to Australia. It’s therefore important to get the relevant advice from Work and Income and the Department of Human Services.

Our Fixed Price Guarantee:

Our Fixed Price Guarantee:

Unlike many other movers, we will provide you with a fixed quote based on your specific list of items.

Should you wish to add or remove any items, we will adjust our fixed quote accordingly. Hence, no nasty surprises at the end of the move process.

Our Service Promise:

Our Service Promise:

  • We will listen to your individual needs and requirements.
  • We will provide a prompt, competitive quote with in one working day.
  • We will provide you with the highest level of service.
Free In-Home Consultation:

Free In-Home Consultation:

If you are moving the majority of your household items from New Zealand to Australia, one of Ausmoves experienced relocation consultants will visit your home to establish your specific packing requirements and any unique moving needs. Learn more about moving to Australia from NZ.

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