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Australian Pet Transport Pty Ltd

Regional & Interstate services

Our regional and interstate services are operated by Dogmovers, the leaders in road based Pet Transport throughout Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia. The combination of our local PET TAXI services with Dogmovers regional & interstate services allows us to offer the most Professional & Caring road based pet transport services available.

Weekly & Fortnightly Services between:

Brisbane - Sydney - Melbourne - Adelaide

Central, Far North and Western QLD

Northern NSW including the New England & Newell Regions

Regional NSW, Victoria & South Australia

Full contact details and information about Dogmovers Interstate Pet Transport services can be found at www.dogmovers.com.au or by calling us on (07) 5530 2710

Dogmovers are based on the Gold Coast and have regular scheduled runs from Melbourne to Brisbane as well as throughout Northern NSW and Regional Queensland to as far north as Townsville and Cairns.

Additionally Dogmovers can now move your pets to Southern NSW, Canberra, Victoria and South Australia.

Dogmovers operates similarly to an interstate bus service, from central meeting points in most towns on our routes and prices are based on meeting clients at these points. We will happily stop at other points along the main routes at no extra charge if required. However we do charge extra if we are required to do door to door pickups or deliveries in town or off the main route in regional areas.

Dogmovers Weekly interstate services

We have several services a week from Adelaide & Melbourne, up the Hume highway via Wagga and Canberra to Sydney and through northern NSW, via the Pacific, and New England highways, to Brisbane & South East QLD. Plus a linking service up the QLD coast, via the Bruce Hwy as far as Carns. 

Dogmovers Fortnightly interstate services

Additionally to the above weekly services we cover NSW Central Western regions fortnightly and the QLD run is expanded to include Central Queensland as well as running further west to Mt Isa monthly.