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Interstate Removals

Auswide Vanlines provides interstate removals for all major cities and regional centres throughout Australia.

Auswide Vanlines use late model trucks and equipment to carry out your removal. All removals completed by Auswide Vanlines travel via road.

Auswide Vanlines with all removals wrap all furniture items in felt furniture pads and cover all mattresses etc. in plastic to protect them whilst on the truck.

All our trucks are fitted with the necessary equipment to carry out your removal.

We have a minimum of two fully trained removalists on a truck at all times to ensure a smooth process throughout the move.

There are three options in undertaking an Interstate removal these are exclusive removal, fixed date part load removal or a backload removal.

Dont let your interstate removal become a nightmare, call Auswide Vanlines today or submit a quote request online

Exclusive Removals

An Exclusive removal is where you have a specific pick up date you wish to move and have your belongings delivered. With an exclusive removal your belongings are the only ones that are on the truck. An exclusive removal is more expensive as you are paying for the entire truck and associated costs. Auswide Vanlines can work in with...

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Fixed Date Partload Removal

A fixed date partload removal is where you pick the date of pick up/delivery however you share the truck with smaller jobs (Backloading Jobs). This is a cheaper option to an exclusive removal as you are not paying for the entire truck. Care is taken to ensure that all jobs are individually separated whilst on the truck. You still...

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A Backload is a cheaper option when transporting a single item to a complete household of furniture. A Backload even though it is a cheaper alternative to an exclusive or partload removal, you still receive the same quality of service the only difference is that backloading does require you to be flexible with your dates and times as a...

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