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Travel

Wondering where to start. Where this plan would end up.

The best way to know is living. Go, travel, adventure, fly, EXPLORE. Here are some of our tips.

To explore more check our blog posts.

Melbourne

The second-largest city in Australia, Melbourne has been repeatedly declared the most liveable city in the world. It is the cultural and sports capital of the country and well known for its laneways, hidden cafes and world-class restaurants.
No matter what time of year you visit, Melbourne pulses with a dynamic and cutting-edge arts and culture scene.
https://www.melbourne.vic.gov.au/Pages/home.aspx

Perth

Capital of Western Australia, Perth is one of the prettiest and most isolated cities in the world. This coastal city is home to stunning beaches that line its suburbs, and the huge, riverside Kings Park and Botanic Garden on Mount Eliza offer sweeping views of the city. 3000 hours of sunshine a year, friendly locals, historic attractions and an abundance of restaurants, pubs, bars, night markets, cafes, art galleries, theatre and exhibitions.
https://www.perth.wa.gov.au/

Gold Coast

One of the most popular destinations in Australia offering a variety of attractions, superb weather, stunning landscapes and a vibrant stylish lifestyle. Situated in the south-east corner of the state of Queensland, the Gold Coast stretches along 57 kilometres of coastline and is home to over half a million people.
https://www.goldcoast.qld.gov.au/thegoldcoast/default.html

Uluru

Uluru means large isolated desert rock and it is located in the heart of Australia in the Northern Territory, also known as the Red Center, a place full of Aboriginal history and culture. The place is perfect for those who want to have a mystical and spiritualized experience, as this is one of the places with the largest energy field in the world.
https://northernterritory.com/uluru-and-surrounds

Threadbo

Thredbo is a village and ski resort in the Snowy Mountains of New South Wales, boasts the longest ski run in Australia and several tracks for all levels of experience with snowboarding or skis. Thredbo is a wonderland of snow sports and the pretty alpine village buzzes with cafes, restaurants and night spots.
https://www.thredbo.com.au/

Sydney

The largest and most famous city in Australia, Sydney is the first stop for many people and for a good reason. It is one of the most stunning cities in the world.
You can find excitement in the city, but driving just a few kilometres and you’ll hit the golden sand of amazing beaches.
Plus, endless nature at its doorstep, around every suburb.
https://www.sydney.com/

Brisbane

The third most populous city in Australia, Brisbane is a green city blessed with a perfect subtropical climate and diverse population. It is one of the fastestgrowing cities in Australia and is known for its vibrant urban environment, outdoor lifestyle and friendly locals.
https://www.visitbrisbane.com.au/home

Adelaide

South Australia’s cosmopolitan coastal capital. Consistently ranked as one of the top ten most liveable cities in the world, still the world’s only city in a park today. It was a city truly designed for life – set against the banks of the River Torrens, with wide, and surrounded by 900 hectares of lush, green parks, known as the Park Lands. Adelaide is a wonderful place to live, work, visit and study.
https://explore.cityofadelaide.com.au/

Byron Bay

One of our favourite places in Australia. Known for its hippie culture and located on the border between NSW and Queensland, it is a small town with many beaches and a unique vibe. Those who visit say that the place is magical, full of music, arts and crafts around the main streets. And who knows, you might be enjoying a coffee sitting next to Thor.
https://www.byron-bay.com/

Great Barrier Reef

Located on the coast of Queensland, it is one of Australia’s most remarkable natural gifts, the world’s largest coral reef and one of the seven natural wonders of the world. With an abundance of marine life and more than 3000 individual reef systems. That says it all right ?!
https://greatbarrierreef.org/

Work Permit

To work in Australia you are required to have a Tax File Number (TFN), which is your personal reference number in the tax and superannuation systems. Some people also have an ABN (Australian Business Number), that is quite useful for freelance work. You can easily apply for them online, but
don’t worry we can help you with that.

Licenses

Depending on the area in which you will work, other courses and licenses will be required. We have listed some of them below for you.

RSA (Responsible Service of Alcohol) – a must have if you intend to work in hospitality. It is a license required by law that can be acquired by taking a day course which will teach you about legislation and how to sell alcoholic beverages with responsibility.

RCG (Responsible ConductRCG (Responsible Conductof Gambling) or RSG(Responsible Service ofGambling) – a must haveif you find a job working ingaming machine areas ofan approved venue. It is alicense required by law thatcan be acquired taking aday course.

Work

If you are on a student visa in Australia you are allowed to work while studying.
Students can work up to 40 hours a fortnight and unlimited hours when on holidays.

There are a lot of work opportunities, however finding the right one for you will depend on several factors such as your English level, your previous professional experience and your knowledge and studies.

White Card – if you want to work in the construction industry. The course teaches basic principles on health and safety at work, accident prevention and aspects of legislation related to labour compensation.

Sculpture by the Sea
22 Oct – 8 Nov 2020

Bondi Beach to Tamarama Beach coastal walk as the world’s largest free to the public sculpture exhibition.
The spectacular coastal walk will be transformed into a 2km long sculpture park over three weeks featuring 100 sculptures by artists from Australia and across the world.

Travel

Wondering where to start. Where this plan would end up.

The best way to know is living. Go, travel, adventure, fly, EXPLORE. Here are some of our tips.

To explore more check our blog posts.

Sydney

The largest and most famous city in Australia, Sydney is the first stop for many people and for a good reason. It is one of the most stunning cities in the world.
You can find excitement in the city, but driving just a few kilometres and you’ll hit the golden sand of amazing beaches.
Plus, endless nature at its doorstep, around every suburb.
https://www.sydney.com/

Melbourne

The second-largest city in Australia, Melbourne has been repeatedly declared the most liveable city in the world. It is the cultural and sports capital of the country and well known for its laneways, hidden cafes and world-class restaurants.
No matter what time of year you visit, Melbourne pulses with a dynamic and cutting-edge arts and culture scene.
https://www.melbourne.vic.gov.au/Pages/home.aspx.

Brisbane

The third most populous city in Australia, Brisbane is a green city blessed with a perfect subtropical climate and diverse population. It is one of the fastestgrowing cities in Australia and is known for its vibrant urban environment, outdoor lifestyle and friendly locals.
https://www.visitbrisbane.com.au/home

Perth

Capital of Western Australia, Perth is one of the prettiest and most isolated cities in the world. This coastal city is home to stunning beaches that line its suburbs, and the huge, riverside Kings Park and Botanic Garden on Mount Eliza offer sweeping views of the city. 3000 hours of sunshine a year, friendly locals, historic attractions and an abundance of restaurants, pubs, bars, night markets, cafes, art galleries, theatre and exhibitions.
https://www.perth.wa.gov.au/

Adelaide

South Australia’s cosmopolitan coastal capital. Consistently ranked as one of the top ten most liveable cities in the world, still the world’s only city in a park today. It was a city truly designed for life – set against the banks of the River Torrens, with wide, and surrounded by 900 hectares of lush, green parks, known as the Park Lands. Adelaide is a wonderful place to live, work, visit and study.
https://explore.cityofadelaide.com.au/

Gold Coast

One of the most popular destinations in Australia offering a variety of attractions, superb weather, stunning landscapes and a vibrant stylish lifestyle. Situated in the south-east corner of the state of Queensland, the Gold Coast stretches along 57 kilometres of coastline and is home to over half a million people.
https://www.goldcoast.qld.gov.au/thegoldcoast/default.html

Byron Bay

One of our favourite places in Australia. Known for its hippie culture and located on the border between NSW and Queensland, it is a small town with many beaches and a unique vibe. Those who visit say that the place is magical, full of music, arts and crafts around the main streets. And who knows, you might be enjoying a coffee sitting next to Thor.
https://www.byron-bay.com/

Uluru

Uluru means large isolated desert rock and it is located in the heart of Australia in the Northern Territory, also known as the Red Center, a place full of Aboriginal history and culture. The place is perfect for those who want to have a mystical and spiritualized experience, as this is one of the places with the largest energy field in the world.
https://northernterritory.com/uluru-and-surrounds

Great Barrier Reef

Located on the coast of Queensland, it is one of Australia’s most remarkable natural gifts, the world’s largest coral reef and one of the seven natural wonders of the world. With an abundance of marine life and more than 3000 individual reef systems. That says it all right ?!
https://greatbarrierreef.org/

Threadbo

Thredbo is a village and ski resort in the Snowy Mountains of New South Wales, boasts the longest ski run in Australia and several tracks for all levels of experience with snowboarding or skis. Thredbo is a wonderland of snow sports and the pretty alpine village buzzes with cafes, restaurants and night spots.
https://www.thredbo.com.au/

Work

If you are on a student visa in Australia you are allowed to work while studying.
Students can work up to 40 hours a fortnight and unlimited hours when on holidays.

There are a lot of work opportunities, however finding the right one for you will depend on several factors such as your English level, your previous professional experience and your knowledge and studies.

Work Permit

To work in Australia you are required to have a Tax File Number (TFN), which is your personal reference number in the tax and superannuation systems. Some people also have an ABN (Australian Business Number), that is quite useful for freelance work. You can easily apply for them online, but
don’t worry we can help you with that.

Licenses

Depending on the area in which you will work, other courses and licenses will be required. We have listed some of them below for you.

RSA (Responsible Service of Alcohol) – a must have if you intend to work in hospitality. It is a license required by law that can be acquired by taking a day course which will teach you about legislation and how to sell alcoholic beverages with responsibility.

RCG (Responsible ConductRCG (Responsible Conductof Gambling) or RSG(Responsible Service ofGambling) – a must haveif you find a job working ingaming machine areas ofan approved venue. It is alicense required by law thatcan be acquired taking aday course.

White Card – if you want to work in the construction industry. The course teaches basic principles on health and safety at work, accident prevention and aspects of legislation related to labour compensation.

Sculpture by the Sea
22 Oct – 8 Nov 2020

Bondi Beach to Tamarama Beach coastal walk as the world’s largest free to the public sculpture exhibition.
The spectacular coastal walk will be transformed into a 2km long sculpture park over three weeks featuring 100 sculptures by artists from Australia and across the world.

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