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We’ve mostly just used Bunnings boxes, free at the front of the shop.
Thank you so much for that. Will try that one as well!
You’ll also find that a lot of clothing shops ect have boxes if you ask them nicely – stock comes in and those boxes aren’t often recycled or sent back and often end up in the bin.
Having moved twice now with a moving company (for work) I do have to say that having uniform size and shaped boxes makes both packing and unpacking a lot easier than having all different sizes, we had a couple of huge ones (I think they call then wardrobe or hanger boxes) that have a metal bar across the top and are for hanging clothes which cant be “packed”, then we had the normal big sized boxes, and then the “book” boxes which would be more the bunnings sized ones, but still filled with books they were still fairly heavy, wouldnt have wanted them to be much bigger than they were.
I tried your suggestions, but at the end, Getboxes and Minimovers helped me.
I also tried what Ashilleong told me but most of used boxes from the stores are dirty though they are a lot cheaper. I end up buying moving boxes from these companies and let them move my things. They also have a buy back program, which help me to dispose my used boxes. We are now here at Geelong! Thank you so much for helping me!