Australia is one of the most beautiful and culturally and naturally diverse countries in the world, filled with burgeoning coastal cities, sun-kissed beaches, wild bush lands, and lush rainforests, famous attractions (e.g Opera House, Sydney Harbor Bridge, Great Barrier Reef, Great Ocean Road etc). The cost of living is low, while the standard of living is high. Attitudes are relaxed and easygoing, and property in Australia is affordable. Whether you are immigrating to Australia for work, education, or personal reasons, you will find the country both welcoming and accommodating.
As you are planning your travel budget, you will have plenty of things to consider. Migration costs can vary dramatically from person to person and even from situation to situation. Visas may range from $125 to more than $6,000, depending on the type of visa you need. Government fees and surcharges may apply. You will also need to calculate your expenses for airfare, shipping costs, foods, gifts, and other expenses associated with locating suitable accommodations and vehicles.
Choosing your city may be one of the most exciting parts of your journey. Although Sydney and Melbourne are home to as much as 40 percent of Australia’s population, Perth, Adelaide, and Brisbane each have populations of more than a million each. Cities are well connected to one another, and each one hosts its own international airport, which further facilitates travel and accommodation. Australian cities are known for their cultural offerings, fresh air, open spaces, and lovely beaches, but each has its own unique character that draws visitors and residents alike. Brisbane, for example, is focused on becoming Australia’s most sustainable city, while Sydney is known for its stunning harbour and pleasant year-round weather.
Although most of Australia’s residents live in urban areas, you may instead prefer rural Australian life. A larger percentage of Indigenous people live in rural areas, and many are deeply committed to living sustainably. Living in rural areas has benefits that include less traffic and a more laid back lifestyle. Rural Australians also tend to be more actively involved in volunteer services and feel more connected to their community as a whole.
Australia, it’s really worth you visit, like and enjoy.