If you have established shrubs that need to be moved now is a great time to do it while they are dormant and we are getting rain and milder temperatures.

Prepare the hole where you want to move the shrub to, mix compost into the hole to improve the soil.

Dig a trench around the root of the shrub you are moving, leaving as much of the root ball around the plant as possible. The aim is to cut the main anchoring roots to allow the plant to move but leaving the fibrous roots intact so the plant will settle and establish quickly. Cut through thick roots with a pair of loppers.

Move the plant carefully and position into prepared hole keeping the ground level the same. Back fill the hole with soil and firm it in well. 

Prune the shrub a little to shape.

Water and feed regularly in the first growing season after the move especially in dry spells.