COVID-19 Updates: Removalists are still exempt
Updated: 15 June 2020 - 4:30pm
Summary: Yes, we are still able to conduct local and interstate moves under the current border restrictions. Currently, removalists are categorised as essential services (transport & logistics). Please feel free to book your move or request a quote as per normal. We will keep you informed on any future developments that may impact your move.
Yes, you are still allowed to move house under current restrictions. We are currently categorised as an essential logistics service so we can still move goods locally and interstate. We are operating under stricter hygiene practices and applying social distancing wherever possible.
If you are already booked, please rest assured that we will do our best to facilitate your move to the best of our ability.
We are doing our part in helping the wider community stem the spread of COVID-19 by complying with all restrictions. At the moment, we are exempt from cross border restrictions. We are also complying with physical-distancing and hygiene protocols. However, movements are subject to certain requirement/protocols in each State.
Current State/Territory closures apply from (respective state times):
- NSW: Borders remain open
- Victoria: Borders remain open
- ACT: Borders remain open
Midnight 25th March 2020
You can enter Queensland if you are moving to make Queensland your permanent place of residence, but you must enter quarantine for 14 days (which could be at your new residence).
Tasmania: Midnight Friday 20th March 2020
You can still move to Tasmania from interstate, however you will be required to enter 14 days of quarantine on your arrival in Tasmania.
- Northern Territory:
16:00 Tuesday 24th March 2020
From 15 June, all interstate arrivals can complete 14 days of mandatory self-quarantine at a place of your choice within some defined regional centres and at your own cost.
- Western Australia: 13:30 Tuesday 24th March 2020
- South Australia: 16:00 Tuesday 24th March 2020
Disclaimer: The information above is subject to change without notice. Please double check with relevant State authorities as the restrictions are enforceable and fines may be issued for breaches.