Elizabeth and Nick Woodhams, the Principals of Woodhams Relocation Centre, started business in 1991 as a result of their personal experience of international relocations.

All 20+ members of the Woodhams team, consultants and administrative staff, have the personal experience of relocating, and understand the uniqueness of every move and the emotions involved. We hand pick, train, and value our staff because their role as an expert guide throughout the relocation process is critical.
From our offices in Sydney and Melbourne, destination services are provided throughout Australia.
To date, Woodhams has assisted in the relocation of over 10,000 individuals and families.

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  • To ensure the transferee’s success and satisfaction in their relocation experience, while providing a cost-effective service for the employer.
  • To contribute to the business success of our clients through managing their relocation procedures.


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In early 2002 we were founding partners in Reloc8 Asia Pacific Group, an organisation providing regional coverage, local expertise, consistent services and quality throughout the Asia Pacific Region.

In addition through our international partners connections we provide seamless relocation management throughout the world.

Nick and Elizabeth Woodhams have been speakers at international conferences run by The Employee Relocation Council (ERC – based in Washington, DC), and The European Relocation Association (EURA)

Our involvement in international relocation over many years has brought strong affiliations and peer recognition of our knowledge and experience. Nick is a past member of the ERC’s Industry Advisory Council and the Global Mobility Specialist (GMS) Certification Review Board. GMS is the status awarded by ERC to members who have successfully completed a program of study and examinations on issues affecting international mobility. Both Nick and Elizabeth have GMS qualification.


Woodhams Relocation Centre is a proud member of EuRA  and is bound by their ethics and rules of conduct. The stated aim of EuRA is to spread knowledge and understanding of the issues surrounding employee mobility. Further, EuRA enhances industry performance standards by communication and education.

Elizabeth Woodhams is currently on the Committee for the NSW International HRM Network, which  aims to lead and grow the body of knowledge and to enhance the understanding of HR professionals by promoting awareness, educating and facilitating discussion on international human resources issues.

Woodhams Relocation Centre has been a member of the Worldwide Employee Relocation Council based in Washington DC for many years. Nick Woodhams’ contributions to the ERC have included as a member of the Industry Advisory Council (2005-2006), the GMS review committee (2008-2011); and as a conference speaker.