How to settle into Australian life

How to settle into Australian life

Aussies are a relaxed and welcoming bunch and no language barrier (more or less!) makes it easy to settle in. But it’s not all the same as back home, so don’t miss our top tips on ‘becoming Aussie’.
Living in the Australian Outback

Living in the Australian Outback

The Outback is a place scorched by sun, where the stars shine brighter than anywhere in the world, and your nearest neighbour could be hundreds of kilometres away. And of course the world-famous Uluru (Ayres Rock) sits proudly in the centre of the country. For those looking for a rugged experience away from it all in rural Australia, life in the Outback is where it’s at. Watch Crocodile Dundee again if you don’t believe me.
Tasmania: relaxed, rugged and affordable

Tasmania: relaxed, rugged and affordable

Tasmania – “Tassie” to the locals – is known for its rugged scenery, fabulous foodie scene and welcoming locals. A cooler climate than the rest of Australia makes it popular with British expats keen to avoid the full-on heat of somewhere like Perth, while still benefiting from mild winters, longer summers and that laid-back Australian charm.
Gardening under the Australian sun

Gardening under the Australian sun

With all that space finding a home in Australia with a garden – or a yard as the locals call it – won’t be a problem. And with all that sunshine you won’t be short of opportunities to enjoy it.
Which Australian city fits your personality?

Which Australian city fits your personality?

You’ve studied the property prices, checked out the job opportunities and schools, got the low down on the nightlife. But what about the chemistry? Are you and the Australian city within your sights truly compatible? Read out guide. 

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