Trusted Long Distance Removals from Pretoria to Durban

Whether you are moving across the country from Pretoria to Durban or between your local suburbs, Biggles offer guided and professional moving services suited to your budget and schedule. See some of our most popular locations to move to below:

Local Suburbs

  • La Lucia
  • Umhlanga
  • Pinetown
  • Hillcrest
  • Balito
  • Berea
  • Ladysmith

Popular Routes

  • Johannesburg to Durban
  • Cape Town to Durban
  • Garden Route to Durban
  • Port Shepston to Durban
  • Bloemfontein to Durban
  • Port Elizabeth to Durban

Local Suburbs

  • Amanzimtoti
  • Newcastle
  • Scottburgh
  • Durban North
  • Harrismith
  • Margate
  • Port Shepstone

Popular Routes

  • Durban to Johannesburg
  • Durban to Pretoria
  • Durban to Cape Town
  • Durban to Garden Route
  • Durban to George
  • Durban to to Port Elizabeth

Cost of Moving from Pretoria to Durban

We base our quotes on the physical volume of your move, the labour required to move your goods, items that need wrapping or extra care, heavy items that may require hoisting or special equipment, the distance of your move, time of month you are booking and the accessibility at your new home or home you are moving from. It is approximately 625km away from each other and It will take around 7hr and 15 minutes to get to Durban from Pretoria dependent on traffic and other shared load stops along the route.Contact us today to get a personalized quote from one of our consultants.

Durban is a popular coastal city, housed in South Africa’s KwaZulu-Natal province. This modern sea-side city has become very popular for new and current South Africans to call home. And here at Biggles Removals, we’ll get you settled into your new home in no time. With highly trained staff, we cater to all of your needs by packing, transporting and unpacking your belongings in a safe and secure manner. And our consultants will help you to move without breaking the bank by creating personalized quotes that depend on the amount of belongings needed to move and how far you need to move.

Explore Durban


Durban presents a good mix of modern city attractions, throwing in some scenic nature-based attractions to satisfy those who love the outdoors. One of the more popular attractions located in Durban is the Hluhluwe Imfolozi Big 5 Game Reserve, where locals and international bodies can experience our national animals and understand why they are as magnificent as they are. Here, the whole family can enjoy scenic walks, hiking and even some 4×4 routes. A fun, yet laid-back, activity that many choose to partake in, are the various boat cruises available at the Durban Point Waterfront Canals. You can even choose to get some exercise by riding some pedal boats along the canal. And here at the waterfront, those who like to shop can enjoy various local and luxurious shops. And while you’re living next to the beach, make the most of it. Many locals choose to enjoy their times next to the water, soaking up the sun. Some popular beaches to visit include the Snake Park Beach, Addington Beach and Wedge Beach.

Healthcare & Education

Durban is a fairly big city, being developed and modernized constantly. Which means that the schools are also improving almost everyday. Filled with amazing teachers, challenging curriculums, sports and cultural activities, there is a place for any child to fit right in. Some popular education facilities include Eden College, Maris Stella Private Girls School, St James School and Curro Heritage House Independent School.

Just like the city itself is improving almost every day, so are the healthcare facilities located in Durban. These healthcare facilities, hospitals and the staff working there are dedicated to helping and caring for all of the locals choosing to call Durban their home. Some well-known hospitals in the area include King Edward Hospital, Ribumed Glenwood Surgical Day Hospital and the Netcare Parklands Hospital.