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    Default Moving interstate question

    Me and the kids r relocating back to NSW from WA, hubby is staying in WA.

    We don't need to take heaps of stuff, but I do need to take my cot, computer, kids bikes & scooters. No furniture at all.

    Does anyone know any companies that will just move a small amount of stuff?

    Was hoping perhaps someone would have some experience with this.. Thanks 😊

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    I don't know of any companies but Google back loaders. They are usually traveling in that direction and have space for more stuff so charge a smaller amount to move it. Also look on gumtree.
    Friends of mine used a backloader for the whole 5 bed, 2 lounge house to move states, it only cost $2000. I'm sure your small amount of stuff would be less.


 

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