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We only work with leading Interstate Removalists in Australia

Your upcoming move is important to you. So it's important to us, too. That's why we only work with quality moving companies.

We know that when you're looking to hire an interstate removals company to handle your beloved items, you want the peace of mind knowing that they are in safe hands. While any company is welcome to use our software, we only use the absolute best companies when matching jobs and backloads.

You can rest easy knowing that when you book available truck space with Muval, your belongings are in the safe hands of qualified and insured removal specialists.

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Innovative and cutting edge? Not really...

Muval is a simple concept that just makes sense—and works! Every day in Australia removal companies send their trucks interstate with spare space available. We help to make that space available to people who want to utilise it. It's a win for interstate removal companies because they make some extra money, and it's a win for customers because they receive a great price.

Interstate removalists call this practice "backloading", where you either place your load on a truck returning from its initial journey, or you fill the back of the truck on a load that's already travelling. While many companies will offer backloads, only Muval will show you a wide range of trucks travelling on different dates—between different locations—all across Australia.

Whether you're moving from Brisbane to Melbourne, are looking for interstate removals in Sydney, need furniture delivered interstate, or are just looking for discounted freight, Muval has space for you.

Popular Interstate Removals Routes

No matter where you are in Australia, we will try to find you a discounted interstate removals provider. If our site doesn't find a match for you straight away, one of our team will follow up with you personally to see how we can help.

What is Interstate Backloading?

Interstate removal trucks move Australians to their new homes every day. Very often, these trucks are travelling with available space or unused capacity. Additionally, when a truck has delivered its primary load, it often heads back to the depot empty.

Backloading is when you book the available truck space on a truck that's already booked with a primary load. It often means you may have to be slightly flexble on your pickup and delivery dates & times, but in turn it usually means big cost savings! Muval works with the best removal companies in Australia to know when they have available space. We consolidate all of that information, and help you find that available truck space when you need it.

Complete your details in the form at the top of this space to see the available space for your upcoming interstate move.

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We Believe That Trust is Earned

We're rated 4.8/5 from 31 reviews on
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"From start to finish this service was stellar! I have never before had such great customer service. My contact was Mahdi and he was so helpful. Went out of his way to make sure I was looked after. I would highly recommend these guys."

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