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How much do backloads cost from Ballarat to Adelaide?

Backloading from Ballarat to Adelaide cost $165.20 per cubic meter on average. The average job price is $3,495.67 and the average space per job is 21.16 cubic meters. The total distance as the crow flies is 554.3km.

$165.20

Average price per cubic meter

$3,495.67

Average job price

21.16m3

Average space per job

How much space do I need to book?

The cost of your Ballarat to Adelaide interstate removalists move will depend on how much space (measured in cubic meters) you will need in the removalists' truck, in addition to factoring in any difficulties with accessing your pickup and delivery locations.

Estimated space needed: ~35m3

Calculations are based on industry-standard, generic calculators and should be used as a guide only. This information does not constitute a fixed quote.

I'm moving my
A few items of furniture
A moderate amount of furniture
A lot of furniture

Estimated space needed: ~35m3

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What is Ballarat to Adelaide backloading?

Backloading is when you book the remaining truck space on a truck that’s already booked by someone else. It often means you may have to be slightly flexible on your pickup and delivery dates & times, but in turn it usually means big cost savings relative to booking a "primary load".

Booking backloads is a common practice among interstate removalists, who are often willing to give cheap or discounted prices for the available space in a truck that is going from point A to point B, or on the return journey if they have been unable to find a customer needing to move in the opposite direction.

We've mastered backloading from Ballarat to Adelaide

We've booked tons of backloads from Ballarat to Adelaide for our customers.
That experience is why 9.4/10 people who use Muval would recommend our services to a friend or family member.

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How does it work?

01.

Tell us what you're moving

Provide some basic information about your move. Our platform automatically calculates the space required for your items.

02.

Choose your backload provider

We'll find availability by searching dozens of quality Ballarat to Adelaide interstate removalists within our network. You can filter by dates, price, rating and more to find the best moving company to suit your move.

03.

Include other services

Make sure the lights and internet are working at your new home by adding connections (plus a range of other services) to your order.

04.

Book online, instantly

There’s no waiting for removalists to come back with quotes or waiting on hold to your energy provider. When you're ready, book your move in the click of a button.

The best Ballarat to Adelaide backloaders are here

Find the best interstate removalist backloaders from Ballarat to Adelaide, compare instant prices, read reviews and book online.
Book with confidence that you'll get exceptional service and care starting from $132.16 per cubic meter.

What's included with your backloading booking?

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Why book a backload with Muval?

Take advantage of our wide network of interstate removalists to find a suitable truck that can backload your items. Save yourself the time of calling dozens of companies to find one that can accommodate your backload.

Without Muval, customers usually call dozens of removal companies trying to find one that has a truck travelling between their desired pickup and drop off locations near to the dates that they want. When you book a backload with Muval, we do all of the hard work for you, finding you an appropriate match as close as possible to when you want to move.

If you're flexible on move dates, backloading is the most efficient way to move interstate.

Don't take our word for it

Our customers have given us a 5 gold stars icon 4.8 (1171) rating on Google reviews

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Fast, efficient and friendly. The guys were fantastic will definitely recommend these movers to everyone. Extremely happy with our move.

— Tania Green

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Frequently asked questions

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The best way to ensure a successful move day is to be prepared. One way to do this is to notify your removalist about any very heavy or awkward-to-move items before move day. It can never hurt to double-check with them that they understand that you have these items, even if you have also submitted an inventory list. These sorts of items include:

  • Grand / Baby grand piano
  • Pizza oven
  • Concrete furniture
  • Pool / snooker tables (particularly slate)
  • Many pot plants / large pot plants

No, The moving company you book will load and unload the truck with a minimum of two professional removalists.

Yes, absolutely. Please mention this at the time of booking, as it may make a difference to the provider we match you with. 

Some companies will have storage at the destination and some at the pickup. Some even include complimentary storage!

Packing and unpacking boxes for your house is not usually included by default when you book a removalist. This is a service that needs to be booked separately (you can do this through Muval) or done yourself, and is best arranged for a day or two before your removalist is scheduled to do your uplift.

In our experience, people always dramatically under estimate the time it takes to pack their house, and it's usually one of the most burdensome tasks of moving! If you're packing yourself, make sure you start early and do a couple of boxes a day. Otherwise, save yourself the hassle and book packing services through Muval. Your future self will thank you.

If you have the original TV box, please use it. You can also purchase TV storage/removal boxes from storage centres. If you don’t have a box and can’t source one, the removalist will use heavy-duty blankets to protect the TV.

Reading reviews is a great way to determine if a removalist is the right one for you. Platforms like Google, Product Review or Muval are great for this because they have built-in mechanisms to ensure reviews are from genuine people that have actually interacted with that business.

However, we advise to be cautions of moving companies with hundres of reviews and a perfect 5 star rating on these platforms as reviews unfortunately can be faked. Don't get us wrong: honest companies with a perfect 5 star rating do exist and they are excellent (we have a few on our platform!). But, given the nature of furniture removalist work, something, at some point, is bound to go wrong. Maybe the truck breaks down and is late for a job. Maybe someone accidentally trips and some items in a box are damaged. Whatever it is, accidents unfortunately do happen and these sorts of occassions rarely attract a 5 star rating.

Because of this, companies with a 4.5 or above rating are often just as good as a company with a perfect 5. So, we suggest, instead of looking for all 5-star reviews, take a look at a companies worst reviews and pay special attention to how they responded to the issue. Were they sympathetic? Did they respond promptly? Did they offer a resolution? Were they contactable for the customer to voice their concerns? These are the sorts of things that separate the best removalists from those who don't deliver a high level of service.

Read more about how to avoid dodgy removalists here.

When quoting on your job, we provide the name and reviews of the company that matches your inquiry. Although we vet every company on our system, we encourage you to do your own due dilligence on the company you choose.

If you have booked the shared truck option, then yes. If you have booked a premium option, then you will not be sharing the truck. 

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