For a full list of our quality boxes and other supplies, see our packing supplies.

If you’d like our professional packers to pack for you, we offer a complete packing service.  For details, go to our packing service page.

If you’re packing yourself, make it easier by starting at least 2 months before your moving day.  You’ll also save your removalists time if you use a streamlined set of boxes for quick and easy stacking, plus the right boxes for your items.  For example:

  • Use book/wine cartons for your books, CDS, smaller items, glasses, crockery and fragile pieces.
  • The standard tea chest carton suits larger items such as pots and pans, linen, appliances and toys.
  • Documents and folders need to be packed into archive cartons.
  • Picture cartons are best for frames, prints and canvasses.

Keep in mind that precious time will be wasted if your boxes are too heavy.

How to pack your boxes:

  • Place heavier items at the bottom, lighter items near the top.
  • Line each box at the bottom and sides with a layer of crushed newspaper.
  • Wrap each item in wrapping paper, this will protect them from newspaper print.
  • Put a layer of crushed newspaper between your items.
  • Finish with a layer of crushed newspaper.
  • Wrap bubble wrap around any delicate items such as pottery and bowls.
  • Seal the bottom and top of your box securely with packing tape.
  • Make sure your items fit snugly, so they won’t move around.
  • Label each box clearly with its destination room and contents.

Handy Hints:

  • Empty wardrobes and drawers.  Don’t tape the drawers.
  • €Tie loose items together such as mops, garden tools and brooms to save time.
  • €We’ll handle flat glass items such as paintings, table tops and plate glass for you.  Don’t pack them into boxes.
  • €Attach keys and small accessories in a bag to their item.
  • €Tape cords to appliances, or put all cords into one box.

If you have a query on how to pack, call our friendly consultants on 1300 886 625.


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