About New In Town Relocations

Jacqui Armstrong   , Principal

Jacqui Armstrong, Principal

My own experience of moving interstate numerous times has helped me to understand the real concerns and considerations that accompany a relocation to a new place. When families decide to move to Perth, whether from interstate or overseas, there is typically a blend of emotions - ranging from excitement, to feeling quite overwhelmed. I understand the stress involved in having to leave loved ones and all the comforts of home and I am committed to doing all that I can to make the transition as easy and comfortable as possible.  Perth is my home and I want to help it feel like your home too.

 Jacqui Armstrong, Principal
New In Town Relocations

The New In Town logo features an Australian native bird, the Willy Wagtail. It is a bird found throughout Australia and prolifically in gardens throughout Western Australia.

The aboriginal name for Willy Wagtail is ‘Chitta Chitta’, the name it got from the rapid chit-chit-chit-chit sound it makes and the constant sideways wagging of its tail. It is widely featured in Aboriginal folklore.

One of the notable features of the Willy Wagtail is the ability of two birds to work together to make a home. 

We want our brand to reflect our professionalism, but we also want it to reflect the story of working together with you to make a new home.

We are proactive about new technology and maintain several social media accounts so you can stay in touch with us on your favourite network.