Dunedin Moving Company
Are you moving to Dunedin, New Zealand?
Crown are an international and domestic relocations company, specialising in furniture removals, storage, overseas moving, movers insurance, world moving, office moving, relocation services and lots more. We will even relocate your vehicle and pets!
Our team is available to answer any relocation questions you may have. They can be reached between 8:00am and 5:30pm from Monday to Friday on 0508 227 696 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Address: 33 McNab Street, Kenmure, Dunedin 9011, New Zealand
Dunedin is proud of its Scottish roots, after all, Dunedin is the Gaelic name for Edinburgh. To be found in the deep south of the South Island, it’s the seventh largest city in New Zealand, with a population of some 123,000, and is known for the colourful student population, which comprises twenty percent of the city’s population.
The pace of life in Dunedin is slower, and the stress levels are lower, making it a great place to live and bring up children, but that doesn’t mean the city is staid, far from it, what with its Scottish heritage, galleries, museums and theatre, examples of exceptional Victorian and Edwardian architecture, Dunedin has everything a city should have, and with the added bonus of the beaches, parks and playgrounds never being far from home.
Dunedin has a spectacular and varied coastline, and the Otago Peninsula is home to New Zealand Fur Seals, Hooker’s Sea Lions, Yellow-Eyed Penguins , and the only mainland Northern Royal Albatross colony anywhere in the world. There are also excellent surfing beaches both north and south of the city, with a host of safe swimming beaches, as well as Cadbury World for those with a sweet tooth.
Housing / Accommodation
There is a ready supply of all types and sizes of accommodation across Dunedin, and Crown Dunedin’s experienced and helpful staff have built up extensive links with the local business community, and they will be able to help you find accommodation to suit your needs.
While there is a public transport bus network in the city, operated by the Otago Regional Council as with most places in New Zealand, a car is recommended to sample the delights of the region. Dunedin has an international airport, which provides services throughout New Zealand using the Air New Zealand and Jetstar networks.
There are many schools in Dunedin, from primary right through to secondary schools, and a list can be found at the Ministry of Education to help you choose. With regards to higher education, there is Otago University and Otago Polytechnic.
Dunedin has a main hospital and all the health services you would expect to find in a major city are provided by the Southern District Health Board and a number of private companies throughout the city.
In line with Dunedin being New Zealand’s oldest city, there is an established social environment, with frequent opportunities to meet people from all walks of life. Because of this unique atmosphere, new residents do not have trouble fitting into the wider Otago community. Opportunities to form closer-knit groups arise through children’s school activities and events, as well as through sports teams, sporting fixtures, and hobby or special interest groups. There are also a number of reputable singles networks in the local area that arrange sightseeing trips, restaurant dinners and weekend events. For a list of networking groups, this www.fit4business.co.nz website will prove useful.
To arrange a quotation call our office Free on 0508 227 696, get an online Ballpark estimate, complete our Home Visit Request, get a Full Quote or Email us now.