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20 things you never knew about Australia

Facts about Australia

Australia’s first ever police force consisted of a group of the country’s best-behaved convicts.   Australia’s largest cattle ranch is bigger than Belgium…yes, that’s right!   Australians consume approximately 260 million meat pies annually.   Australia invented the ute, the stubby holder and the black box flight recorder.   It’s the only continent occupied by just one nation.   Australia was the second country in the world to give women the right to vote.   The Tasmanian Devil can eat almost a third of its body weight in one meal.   The name Australia is derived from the Latin term Terra […]

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Why should I use an Australian migration agent?

Should I use a migration agent?

      When you make the decision to apply for an Australian visa, one of the questions you will no doubt ask yourself is whether you should use a registered migration agent to manage your application. The truth is, it all boils down to your individual circumstances and how daunted you feel by the application process – as well as the complexity of your case. Thankfully, our migration agents, specialising in moves to Perth and Melbourne, our always on hand to help with any issues. The main benefit of using an Australian migration agent is that they are familiar […]

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Is Australia the world’s most ‘livable’ country?

Living in Australia

Well, it is according to The Economist Intelligence Unit Survey for 2013. If  your’re thinking of moving to Australia then you’ll no doubt be interested to learn that four Australian cities featured in the top ten, with Melbourne topping the list. Adelaide, Sydney and Perth also received a nod, ranking 6th, 7th and 9th respectively. The only other country with more than one of its cities in the top ten was Canada, with three. So, you may ask, what exactly makes Australia such a livable place? Well, it’s a combination of factors, according to the survey. Healthcare, education and infrastructure […]

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