How to Move from Perth to Sydney

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Whatever your reason for considering a move from Perth to Sydney, you will no doubt have the experience of a lifetime. Moving from the west to the east may be an unexpected life change or something that you have been dreaming about for a long time, whatever your situation, you want to make sure that you are doing it right.

What makes Sydney so attractive to people from Perth

Whilst the white sand beaches and cool relaxed vibe of Perth is the perfect lifestyle for some, many people look to the eastern states for a more exciting and fast paced lifestyle.

As Australia’s largest city, Sydney there is always plenty of action in Sydney. Sydney is bound to provide you with a buzzing lifestyle as there is always a new event or festival to keep you entertained in your spare time. Mardi Gras, Chinese New Year and the Sydney Festival will all keep you excited when you live in Sydney.  

Sydney’s great weather means that no matter what time of year, you will be able to spend your time outdoors visiting one of Sydney’s many world-famous attractions like the Taronga Zoo, which boasts views of the picturesque Sydney Harbour, the Sydney Opera house and the Sydney Botanical Gardens. ‘SIRI, what should I do today in Sydney’ will become one of your favourite things to ask as she will always come back with a never-ending list of exciting activities.   

Getting your belongings from Perth to Sydney

Finding an interstate removalist in Perth can be stressful, especially when you are organising an interstate move. You want to find someone that you can trust with your belongings. Someone who will be able to get your furniture and clothes from Perth to Sydney in one piece. Allied have been moving people interstate for over 50 years, and moving people around the world for over 300, making us the most experienced removalist for the job. Allied have a range of different additional services to choose from which can be found under the services link on our website. We are here to help you with all your moving needs.

We also have a dedicated team of removalists across NSW including removalists in Newcastle, Coffs Harbour, and Wagga Wagga.

How much will the move cost?

When calculating the cost of your move from Perth to Sydney, all the different aspects of your move will need to be taken into consideration. The cost of your move is calculated based on a number of factors that include the size of the move, resources required and the distance it will need to be transported. However, this is not all that goes into determining the cost of your interstate move. Things like, road access for our vehicles, whether or not you require any special packing materials for precious items like antiques, fragile ornaments, marble tables or grandfather clocks to move. We will also look to see if you will require storage at your destination and this will all go into calculating the cost of your move. To get an accurate quote on your move, call Allied on 13 25 54.

Choosing where to live in Sydney

You can expect to spend a fair bit more on your home when you move to Sydney as housing prices are notoriously high. Expect to get a lot less for your money in Sydney, especially if you want to live closer to the CBD. If you will work in the CBD then consider looking into apartment living in Sydney. If this means that you will be downsizing, then putting your belongings into storage is a good option for furniture that does not fit in your new home. Check out the Allied secure storage options under the storage section on our website.

When thinking about where to live in Sydney you will need to think about the kind of lifestyle that you would like in Sydney. Sydney’s eastern suburbs will provide you with a beach, shopping lifestyle. With typically high housing prices, expect to pay a lot more for a lot smaller in Sydney’s East. The south-Western suburbs of Sydney can be more affordable whilst still being only 45 minutes from the CBD via train and plenty of good food and restaurants to keep you foodies satisfied. For a more comprehensive break-down of Sydney’s suburbs check out this article.