Adelaide Movers of Choice
Whether it’s an interstate move or a local move, Adelaide is a popular destination in Australia. The capital of South Australia is known as one of the most lively and culturally rich cities in the country.
We know your city quite well – we’re one of the premier removalists Adelaide has on offer. We’ve been helping people move to, from, and within this city for more than 15 years now.
The most important thing to know about Citymove is that when you hire us you get us – not a subcontractor who supposedly knows the area. We know the area! And we take care of you through every aspect of what you need.
Our quotes can include all manner of supplemental services to help you with anything you need, from cleaning your home after moving out, packing your belongings for the move, or boxes and supplies. Our philosophy includes going the extra mile for you. That’s another reason we’ve been moving Adelaide successfully for so long.
If you need extra time to manage your stuff, we’ll be happy to store them for you in a secure facility – no problem. And just as we only charge by the minute to save you money, we only bill for storage on a weekly basis to keep it as affordable as possible. That’s what it takes to be the best of all the removalists Adelaide has to offer, and we’re proud to do it, every day.
Why choose Citymove?
- Pay per minute (after the first 2 hours)
- Professional Movers for 10 years and 100,000 clients
- Certified FemaleFriendly™
- Athletic and Fit removalists (saves you time and money)
- AFRA Accredited removalist
Customer Reviews in Adelaide
“great customer service, price, and efficient movers”
– T Zh
Hired Citymove twice this year
“I have hired Citymove twice this year, they were on-time and efficient. I recommended it to my friend and she was happy with their work as well!!”
– M Awadalla
They cared about the house and my furniture
“I had a small move within Adelaide and I was very impressed by the price! Once the removalists arrived they were on time, fast but gentle with my furniture and I was even more impressed.
What really impressed me though was over hearing them say ‘Don’t drag it on the slate’ they cared about the house and my furniture. My partner also overhead (sic) them making sure my furniture wasn’t put on the cement outside the truck, making sure there were blankets under them. Every item that wasn’t boxed was wrapped with blankets and everything arrived to me (sic) destination safe. I’ll happily recommend them to friends and family.”
With a population of just 1,316,779, the city is strong in culture. The Adelaide Festival is an annual arts gathering, attracting artists from all over the world. It has created spin-off festivals such as the Fringe Festival, Adelaide Cabaret Festival, Adelaide Film Festival, Adelaide Festival of Ideas, Adelaide Writers’ Week, and WOMADelaide. Locals call it “mad March” since many of these events are held in March, plus a number of sporting events thrown into the mix.
Adelaide remains a fairly affordable capital city, with housing remaining stable the median price of $440,000 in the Metropolitan area. Morphett Vale remains the leading suburb in demand, while Walkerville, Gulfview Heights and Pasadena are the suburbs with the highest demand in growth, according to a recent REISA report.
The city has mild to cool winters with moderate rainfall and warm to hot, dry summers. February is typically the warmest month, averaging 29.6°C, and July a much cooler 15.3°C. Despite the occasional heat wave, Adelaide has the lowest humidity of any capital city. June is the wettest month, and the area averages just 55cm rain per year.
Fun facts about Adelaide
- A “tube” was an official unit of measurement in SA until 1987. A tube was bigger than a schooner and less than a pint. They were only served at Adelaide Oval.
- According to ProRider Magazine, before the inception of the Tour Down Under 89% of Pro Tour Cyclists had never heard of Adelaide. In 2017 the event generated more than $50 million for the state, had 235 professional riders registered, and attracted 5,718 recreational cyclists.
- Holds steady at 5th (tied with Calgary) on the list of The Economist’s World’s Most Liveable Cities.
- Was established in 1836, making it the youngest capital city in Australia.
- Has over 2000 heritage listed buildings in the city square mile and North Adelaide. A city that clearly cherishes its historical buildings!
- The O-Bahn (a purpose built track for buses) is one of only three in the world.