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Follow the Chess Moving blog for useful moving tips and special offers. If you're planning a move, the Chess Moving blog is a great tool to help you prepare.

Goodbye and good luck to employee Andrew Galway…

The Perth Chess Moving team say goodbye to a great bloke and trusted long-term employee, as Andrew Galway retires after 13 years on the job.
Wednesday 15 August 2018

Moving for education or training? Apply for a student relocation allowance!

Do you need to move to study within Australia? We show you how to get a student relocation allowance and financial aid, so you don’t have to live off toast!
Monday 30 July 2018

Relocating? Avoid these common moving mistakes

Moving home or office is such a mammoth task, so much can go wrong if you do it yourself. Chess Moving has been relocating people for more than 100 years, so we point out the pitfalls to avoid.
Friday 29 June 2018

Moving to Victoria? Let our national removalists help you!

There are many reasons why you might consider moving to Victoria from another state or territory. If you find yourself at this exciting but daunting crossroads, it’s best to plan ahead. As top-ranking national removalists, Chess Moving can make your relocation as easy as possible.
Thursday 31 May 2018

Chess Moving is one of Australia’s top moving companies

The public have nominated their top moving companies, by leaving reviews on an independent site. Chess Moving ranks as one of the best national removalist groups in Australia.
Friday 27 April 2018

Moving to NSW? Interstate removalists you can count on!

If you’re taking the plunge and moving to NSW from another state or territory, it pays to plan ahead. Chess Moving can help you, as professional interstate removalists. We also assist people coming from overseas.
Thursday 1 March 2018

One-way travel insurance from Australia? Expat cover when moving overseas...

Purchasing one-way travel insurance from Australia is expensive, but necessary when moving overseas. Chess Moving can steer you in the right direction.
Wednesday 17 January 2018
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