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Why You Shouldn’t Go to Australia

Don’t go to Australia because you’ll never want to return to the rainy and grey UK. It’s a multicultural and youth-embracing country, with a constantly growing economy. It’s unrivalled quality of life and mind-blowing landscapes make it the perfect destination if you’re looking to improve your future. If you want to enjoy life and live in a cutting-edge and efficient country, Australia is your go-to destination. It’s famous for its relaxed lifestyle.

Australia combines the rigour and efficiency of the Nordics with the attention to well-being and joie de vivre of southern European countries. The largest cities offer a wide range of job opportunities, services, cultural and leisure attractions in a spacious environment. Here’s a list of the top reasons why Australia is the perfect destination for you.

Get That Stamp

Are you feeling bored and considering a long-term holiday to Australia? You can consider going on a working holiday. The main purpose of your work must be to supplement your holiday period. For this kind of stay, visitors must apply for a special kind of visa. The process may be done entirely online on websites like auvisa.org. Here you can find all of the information and requirements to apply for the 2019 working holiday visa for Australia. Also, your passport should be valid for at least 6 months before renewal and you must have enough funds to live in Australia during your stay.

Escape Your Corporate Career

Australia has amazing job opportunities of all kinds. You’ll find that the minimum wage in Australia stands at A$ 9.95 per hour, which is significantly higher than the UK’s £7.83 per hour. And the take-home pay, meaning the net salary after-tax, is £2,224 per month in London compared to £2,746 in Sydney. No matter whether you’re a doctor, a software engineer or teacher, it’s likely you’ll earn a higher salary in Australia than in the UK.

If you’re looking to escape the stress of the corporate world, you can easily get a job at a beach bar in Surfer’s Paradise. Take in the sun and fresh air while you ride the Ocean’s waves. Learn how to surf and enjoy a variety of water activities.

The Astonishing Landscapes

Australia has about 10,685 beautiful beaches. The soft sand and warm seawater make them perfect if you’re into surfing, swimming, sunbathing, beach sports or just looking to find some peace and quiet. The Australian continent includes a wide range of mind-blowing natural landscapes.

From hulking rocks in the red heart of Australia to stromatolites on the coast, you’ll enjoy spectacular sites Down Under. Visit the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, which is home to the huge sandstone monolith. It’s the spiritual centre of the continent. Check out Shark Bay for the world’s largest colony of stromatolites. They’re living fossils dating back 3.7 billion years. Other landscape wonders include the Kings Canyon, the Bay of Fires, the Bungle Bungles, Umpherston Sinkhole, and the Wave Rock.

Sustainability Epicenter

Australia is also known as having the cleanest air in the world thanks to their innovative measures in sustainability. Take in unspoiled air and learn a thing or two from Australians about sustainability. If you are into science or research, you could even consider moving there to begin a career in green research!

Travel Bug

All cities are surrounded by amazing Australian landscapes including beaches, the ocean, forests, and ski resorts. If you enjoy travelling, you can easily explore New Zealand and Asia. Thanks to various low cost carriers, you can travel around Asia without paying an arm and a leg.

If you want to explore the world for a year, or even more, Australia is your go-to destination. It’s attractive thanks to the language commonality, the quality of life, the thriving economy, and the beautiful outdoors. Before travelling, consider applying for a working holiday visa so you can enjoy a long break from the hustle of the corporate world. If you’re a globe trotter, you can easily visit the far East and expand your horizons.




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