Top 8 Reasons People Migrate To Australia


Migrating to Australia is becoming an attractive option for more and more people. Many people from South East Asia, the UK and South Africa have considered moving to Australia for various reasons with many of them having heard from friends living already in Australia that the country provides many [...]

Melbourne is Awesome


As a part-time Melbournian I personally believe Melbourne is one of the best cities in the country, after Adelaide. It may not have the iconic, made-for postcard images of its long standing rival Sydney, but Melbourne is more like a city of a thousand lesser-known snapshots. Granted, it doesn’t have the [...]

Debunking the Myths of Migration


Myth 1: You need to be 'young' to migrate. As long as you are below 50 at the point of application , you fulfill the age criteria for migration. In fact, New Zealand has NO age restrictions!! Consult us for further clarification - FALSE Myth 2: It's best to migrate before you have kids. [...]

All that you must leave behind


So you’re waving a clean bill of health, secured accommodation in the city of your choice, checked out your future neighbours and have everything else in order to make Australia your new home. All that remains is for you to pack your personal effects and household items and send them [...]

You’re healthy enough, unless…


If you’re healthy and you know it, clap your hands! But if you find yourself huffing and puffing when bringing your palms together, you may run into complications when making your move Down Under. This is because most visa applicants are required to meet certain minimum health requirements when moving [...]



Don’t Worry, Be Happy – Living in the World’s Happiest Country Isn’t this what we’ve always dreamt of? Living a life in an environment that keeps one happy? Well, if you’re not sure where this can be achieved, you may want to explore a ‘tiny’ little place ‘down under’ commonly [...]



World Class Education PISA (OECD Programme for International Student Assessment) assesses the scientific literacy, mathematical literacy and reading literacy skills of 15-year-olds. In 2012, the main focus of the testing was on scientific literacy, with almost 400 000 students being tested worldwide. In Australia, more than 14 000 students were tested in all [...]

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