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Thanks or that info very useful
QUOTE=Katangel;257939]Think i can say who and how much ?? Anyways when we moved to UK we used wridgways in Adelaide and they were exceptional. Robinsons un packed us in nottingham and they too were great! We want wridgways to unpack us when we get back so i emailed them and told them the history and they have organised everything for us with john mason as we are now more derbyshire. They came out and did up our itinerary etc. Very happy with the process so far. Quote came in at just under £9000 for a 3 day lift. Which is what we were expecting. Just got to fill in all the customs forms etc now.[/QUOTE]
I wish I'd brought more of my favourite No7 products from Boots as I'm yet to find another good value range over here. Even things like facewipes I've found super expensive in comparison and tend to stock up when they're on special . I still order my shampoo from the UK and also buy bits and bats like electric toothbrush heads from Amazon UK and get relies to send them over, it still works out cheaper.
We brought over some brand new Ikea furniture and a brand new x-box all still boxed and never had any problems with customs or anything. I also wish we'd brought a microwave and a vac as ours are pretty crap from Target and were still dearer than decent ones from the UK
I'm heading home this year and will be stocking up on bedding, make-up, clothes and running shoes. I'm actually considering taking a pretty much empty case! Make the best of your container would be my advise!
We are arriving in July...family of 4. Do you mind me asking hiw much you are paying for your 40 ft container? I am just about to sign on the dotted line with our provider.
Wayne 41 Carpenter ,Carolyn 38,Felix,8 and Ruby 6 - Logged 175 June 09 - Meds and police checks 10th May 11 -
VISA GRANTED 21 JUNE 11 - Flights booked 15th September 2011.
An answer to costly disposables is just bring a set of cloth nappies....save some money and a bit of landfill as well. Worked well for our 3.
"Don't stare at it for too long.....you'll go mad".
Just thought of something NOT to bring draw curtains ,most Aussie homes have long windows not like in the UK where they sit above the radiators,I brought 3 pairs and cannot part with them .