Interstate Removalists Cairns
If You’re Looking To Move Interstate To Or From Cairns – You’ve Come To The Right Place
Since 1987 we’ve helped over 43,221 Australian families, relocate simple, safe & stress-free
Moving house can be stressful; Caloundra Van Lines aims to take the stress of moving your furniture and belongings away with our conscientious, experienced and quality service. We are here to assist you with all aspects of your move. Our company motto “Care Achieves Success” serves as our guarantee and is a commitment Caloundra Van Lines is renowned for.
We have been interstate removalists in Cairns for 40 years. We are a family owned and operated moving and storage company servicing Cairns and interstate destinations. Whether you are moving to Cairns or moving away from Cairns to Canberra, Brisbane, Sydney, Adelaide, Melbourne, Newcastle, the Sunshine Coast or anywhere in between you can trust that we will take great care of your possessions and provide an excellent removalist service.
Caloundra Van Lines takes great pride in our ability to get the job done properly, professionally and politely in all situations. Our in house training is of the highest standard and this is reflected in the polite, professional movers that shake your hand in the morning and then again once your job is completed to your satisfaction.
Place your trust in the experienced hands of movers with manners and enjoy being taken care of by passionate professionals. Please take the time to explore our services for more detailed information on what we can do for you. Then simply give us a call or request a free online quote.
Areas We Service in Cairns
We service Cairns including Palm Cove, Port Douglas, Mareeba, Mission Beach, Babinda and everything in between.
Cairns to Sydney
Cairns to Melbourne
Cairns to Newcastle
Cairns to Canberra
Cairns to Sunshine Coast
Relocating to Cairns
Cairns is a beautiful coastal city with incredible history and culture, tropical weather and diverse geography. Cairns is always bustling with activity yet the streets are quiet.
Housing is affordable, the education system is excellent, public transport is good and there’s always plenty to do so it’s a great place to raise a family, enjoy retirement or just get a better quality of life.
Cairns has enjoyed a flourish of prosperity in recent years thanks to steady house prices, a blossoming construction industry as the housing market nears saturation, the navy base expansion and the dollar exchange rate boosting tourism. Tourism and construction remain the strongest industries but with a growing population comes jobs in health, public administration, retail, hospitality, education and professional services. Renewable energy is also a real growth sector in Cairns.
Attractions & Entertainment
Cairns has a lot to be boastful about – here are some of the best things Cairns has to offer:
Family fun – for something fun to do with the kids or visiting relatives try:
Cairns Botanic Gardens
Kuranda Scenic Railway
Culture – enjoy Cairns’ history and arts:
Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park
Mossman Gorge Centre
The Great Outdoors and beaches:
The Great Barrier Reef
Daintree National Park
Fine Dining – splash out at some of Cairns’ best restaurants:
C’est Bon – French – Village Lane
Sassi Cucina – Italian – Port Douglas
Tamarind – Thai – Wharf Street
Nu Nu – Australian – Palm Cove
Great Eateries – incredible food at wallet friendly prices:
Apex Milk Bar – Diner – Manunda
JaffleHead – Fast Food – Lake Street
Ganbaranba – Japanese – Boland Centre
Snoogies – Cafe – Grafton Street
Retail and transport:
There are plenty of places to shop in Cairns from Cairns Shopping Centre to the Cairns Night Markets. You’ll find big chains and independent shops galore at Smithfield and Stockland. Cairns’ airport is less than 5km out of town with direct interstate and international flights with future possibility of non-stop flights to China. Cairns has a good bus service and is a cycle friendly city. People moving from Sydney or Brisbane are always pleasantly surprised by how few traffic jams there are in Cairns.