We have the widest network of interstate removalists, each and everyone who has been scrupulously checked for consistency and quality. When it comes time to move to Darwin, or regrettably leave, we will be able to get you your absolute best quote on getting the move done!
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Darwin Backloading as Well as Dedicated Loads
We provide backloading services in and out of Darwin, as well as dedicated loads. It really comes down to just how much stuff you need to shift as to whether you end up with a dedicated load rather than a backload.
A dedicated load is one in which you commission the entire truck (and these trucks are quite large) and your furniture is the only furniture on the truck. With an average house holding around 30 to 40 cubic metres, and an average truck holding potentially hundreds of cubic meters, you will find that your best option will almost always be backloading.
What is Backloading and How Will it Help Your Move to or From Darwin
Backloading is the process in which your items are packed and stored separately in a truck, and then the truck goes elsewhere to pick up the next person’s items. The truck can end up with dozens of individual client’s loads, all marked off separately and kept completely compartmentalised.
The truck then does the main leg of the journey for example from Melbourne to Darwin, or Darwin to Sydney, and because the main travel costs are split across many different clients the entire process ends up cheaper for everyone involved.
How Much Does it Cost to Move to Or From Darwin
As cheeky as it may sound at times, this question can often be answered with the question ‘how long is a piece of string’. I know that’s not helpful, but lets take a moment to walk you through the main things that will affect the cost of your interstate move into or out of Darwin.
All Charges Are Based On Volume and Distance
Quite simply put, the more items you own then the more you are going to pay (some people take this as an opportunity to downsize a little and ask themselves just how much they truly want to take to their next home).
The amount of items you have (which we end up referring to simply as the cubic meterage) is then measured against the distance in which it needs to be transported. Moving from Adelaide to Melbourne is going to cost a lot less than moving from Perth to Darwin for example simply because the truck needs to travel that much further.
Our Removalists Schedules Can Impact Moving Cost
One thing to keep in mind also, is that the existing schedules of our interstate removalists can play a big role in how much it is going to cost. As backloading is a process of shifting many people all at once, there often exists particular days of the week when we can get you into an already booked run, this will result in a cheaper move.
The best way you can save some money on your move to or from darwin is to be as flexible on the actual move dates themselves as possible, this will allow us to match you with the most suitable driver and the most suitable trip.
Why You Should Choose Us For Your Move to or From Darwin
Experience, first and foremost we have been at this for years. We have single handedly managed close to 20,000 removals, both on a local and an interstate level. No one knows this industry better than us.
Reliability, it is an unfortunate reality of our industry that when an operator gets a better option (more money) you may find yourself receiving a call that they are no longer coming to get your stuff (we’re not joking, this actually happens). When you book with us you know 100% that your move is going forward exactly as promised.
Competitive yet responsible pricing, this is a central belief of ours that as much as we want to provide you with the lowest prices possible, we will never do so at the risk of having our drivers feel pressure to skip important safety checks of their vehicles, regular maintenance, and of course fair payment for all workers involved. This industry can often see a ‘race to the bottom’ on price, but we take a moment aside to assure you that we will be competitive, we may not be the cheapest, but all of our drivers are earning enough to be driving road worthy and safe vehicles, and making sure that their staff and workers are being paid fairly.