Adelaide [pron: Ad-l-eyd], or nicknamed “Radelaide“ boasts a population of 1.26 million people.
Interstate migration has seen the Australian born population decrease consistently over the last decade, mostly because of employment opportunities in other states and maybe a little bit to do with the temperamental climate. But property prices and living costs are still amongst the lowest in Australia! In coming years, as living afford-ability decreases in other states, iMovers is expecting to see a strong flow of people moving to Adelaide from interstate. Especially once the Olympic Dam project begins construction!
It is known for its diversified cuisine, culture and world famous wine districts. If you have ever sat down and enjoyed a Jacobs Creek Shiraz, you can thank the picturesque Barossa Valley in Adelaide’s north. From sleepy Victor Harbour, to Kangaroo Island to the festive beach suburb of Glenelg, Adelaide is home to many great attractions. Our furniture movers love to pull up a seat at the popular Esplanade hotel in Brighton after a hard days work.
Have you ever seen a tuna tossing competition? You will if you move to Port Lincoln. Situated at the bottom of the Eyre Peninsula, people travel from overseas to witness this obscure event.
iMovers has moving infrastructure in South Australia to competitively service any furniture removals going to the Iron Triangle (Pt Pirie, Pt Augusta and Whyalla) or to the massive Roxby downs mine. Our movers regularly run to Pt Lincoln and also down the Yorke Peninsula, we even travel down to Mt Gambier often. As you can imagine, its quite easy for us to deviate a little to your town if its not been mentioned here.
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