Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince chapter 3 describes how Professor Dumbledore picks up Harry at the Privet Drive house when he leaves the Dursley's for the start of his sixth school year. Harry packs his luggage for the school, but they don't take it with them to the visit to Horace Slughorn.
‘Bye,’ said Harry hastily to the Dursleys, and followed Dumbledore, who paused beside Harry's trunk, upon which Hedwig's cage was perched.
‘We do not want to be encumbered by these just now,’ he said, pulling out his wand again. ‘I shall send them to The Burrow to await us there. However, I would like you to bring your Invisibility Cloak … just in case.’
[…] Dumbledore waved his wand and the trunk, cage and Hedwig vanished.
It appears that Professor Dumbledore can teleport objects to far away from him, without he himself going with the objects. Is this something only Professor Dumbledore could do? Or is there an example for some other wizard capable of doing the same?