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We’re here to help you manoeuvre your way around the different types of insurances and providers in Australia. Simply contact our finance experts through our dedicated 24/7 helpline for more information, or read on.

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In Australia, insurance is tightly governed by the Insurance Council of Australia (ICA), which is the representative body of the general insurance industry.

There are so many different types of insurance and even more providers to choose from so it’s important to speak to people who really know their stuff and can point you in the right direction.

No matter where you are, you’ve got to factor in the possibility of loss, whether that’s personal or other. Therefore it’s vital that you have the right policy to ensure the highest possible protection in the event of a claim – of course hoping that you never have to deal with that.

checklist of items to insure

As part of moving Down Under it’s imperative that you insure your valuables both in transit and when you arrive, so you have peace of mind. This might include your:

  • Home
  • Vehicle (car, motorbike)
  • Home contents
  • Electronic devices (laptop, mobile, tablets and so on)
  • Jewellery
  • Musical equipment
  • Other specialist equipment
  • Business and business assets

You may also want to consider life or income insurance.

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