Australia is one of the few places that activates the “good vibes” mindes. Indeed, close your eyes and imagine yourself in a paradise bathed by the sun with a surfboard stuck on a white sand beach .
It might sounds idyllic, however, it is quite close to being real. Australia has been described as one of the countries with the best quality of life offered to its inhabitants. It has also been founded by migrants, which will make your experience nourished by the multiculturalism of its people who will also be happy to share their own experiences with you.
Add to this, a low rate of unemployment (5.4% in March 2018), the sense of security that is breathed everywhere, a very young and dynamic population and the nature is so present.
The best mix to live an incredible adventure! right?
The eternal no capital of Australia, but as if it were. Internationally known and illustrated by The Opera house and the Harbour Bridge.
The second largest city and the most European city in Australia, If you don´t decide to live there at least you should visit it.
Brisbane est la troizième plus grande ville d’Australie, donc tout en étant grande, elle reste à taille humaine. En plus, c’est là où tu trouveras le meilleur climat en Australie!
The “Surfer’s Paradise” of Australia with more than 60 km of coastline. The “GC” will be your destination if you want to study in a chilled out city by the beach.
Just north of Brisbane is the Sunshine Coast, a large region consisting of semi-urban areas close to the beach, which makes it a wonderful option if you want to get away from it all and chill by the beach.
This beautiful city is located in South Australia and even offers great study options and an incmparable and unic quality of life is still unknown for many people.
Daydreaming of crystal clear water and vibrant green palms? Cairns is the gateway to Australia’s national treaure, the Great Barrier Reef. The world’s largest living reef. Cairns is also located near the Daintree Rainforest, the world’s oldest living rainforest dating back over 100 million years.
Perth is the capital of Western Australia and the most densely populated city on Australia’s otherwise sparsely populated west coast. Western Australia is known for its incredible wild flowers as well as being a region of extreme contrasts. Here you’ll find everything you dreamed in an Aussie adventure with deserts, vineyards and beaches all in close proximity.
Byron Bay is a relaxed town located an hour south of the Gold Coast. Known for its hippy vibe and iconic Bohemian life style, Byron bay combines some of Australias best beaches with thriving music and foodie cultures.
The true capital of Australia, Canberra is Australia’s largest inland city. Canberra was founded when Australia became an independant country. The site for Canberra was chosen due to its proximity to both Sydney and Melbourne. It is located near Lake Eyre, one of the worlds largest salt lakes.
Darwin is the capital of Australia’s vast northern region, the Northern Territory, known colloquially by Aussies as “The Top End”. The Northern Territory is known for its wildlife, and many tourists come to see the crocodiles in Kakadu National Park.
Tasmania, or “Tassie” to the locals, is a large island south of Australia’s mainland. Known for the unspoilt beauty of its mountains and high forests, this state is also rich in history and maintains an incredible gastronimic culture with Tasmanian wine and cheese being exported around the world.