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5 Reasons to Move to Perth

  An article in The New York Times heaped praise on Perth this week, with travel writer Baz Dresinger describing it as a “progressive, user-friendly and oh-so-funky city”. Here at True Blue Migration, we can’t agree more! Western Australia’s capital city has so much to offer and here are just 5 reasons why we think you should consider moving there. 1. The Economy WA is Australia’s top performing economy and ranks above most other states when it comes to employment and economic growth. 2. The Climate Perth has a Mediterranean climate, with very mild winters and hot summers. If it’s […]

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The Best Beaches in Australia

If you dream of living a stone’s throw away from the beach then migrating to Australia could be the right decision for you. Around 80% of Australians live within 50km of the coast and it’s no wonder, given the endless stretches of beautiful coastline the country boasts. There are so many spectacular beaches in Australia that there simply isn’t time to mention them all. So, here’s a list of our favourites…in no particular order… 1.       Bondi Beach, Sydney Probably Australia’s most famous beach, Bondi is a hugely popular tourist hotspot, located just a few miles from Sydney’s CBD. It’s not uncommon […]

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WA Skilled Migration List Updated

WA state sponsorship

The Western Australian Skilled Migration Occupation List (WASMOL) was updated recently, with a number of positions removed. The WASMOL applies to candidates who may be eligible for state sponsorship through the Skilled – Nominated (subclass 190) visa or the Skilled – Nominated Provisional (subclass 489) visa. Some of the occupations that are no longer on the list include Project Administrator, Hairdresser, Architectural Draftsperson and Restaurant Manager. Furthermore, all occupations on Schedule 2 of the list now require a job offer. The job offer must be in the nominated (or closely related) occupation, be based in Western Australia (outside of Melbourne for […]

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