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” Canberra, Australia’s Capital, is nestled between Melbourne and Sydney, and is often referred to as the ‘clever capital’. Many consider Canberra one of Australia’s best kept secrets! Located in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT), Canberra is a modern, vibrant city that offers strong employment prospects and an enviable lifestyle. Situated just three hours drive south-west of Sydney, Canberra provides easy access to the Snowy Mountains and the pristine south-coast beaches, offering the best … Read More
“Things are looking up for skiers and snowboarders with early snowfalls across Australia’s mountain resorts. Now, Thredbo is about to announce its cheapest day-ticket price in four years. The NSW resort is releasing a $99 ticket, the only major resort under $100. A spokesman for Thredbo’s closest rival, Perisher, said on Thursday that it has not yet released its day ticket price but ski.com.au has it listed as $115. Last … Read More
The British and Irish Lions have touched down on Australian soil for the first time in 12 years ahead of their tour Down Under
Join the lions and visit Australia for the tour contact http://www.visasforaustralia.co.uk/ http://australian-visa.ie/ for your travel visas ” Warren Gatland’s squad of Welsh, Scottish, Irish and English stars signed autographs and posed for pictures with red-shirted fans after touching down in Perth, where they will play Super Rugby outfit Western Force on Wednesday. The Lions have not won a Test series since South Africa 1997 but they came … Read More
The prospect of year round sunshine, good times and higher wages is what convinced Irish-born Anna Ford to head Down Under.
” The 22-year-old wears a heavy coat and gloves during the chilly Irish autumn months. But in far north Queensland she’s tanned and can wear a singlet and shorts to her bartending job in Cairns. “The weather is great and the people here are really friendly,” she told AAP. Ms Ford is one of more than 150,000 working holiday travellers who head Down Under each year. In total about 1.6 … Read More
THE world has changed. Work is no longer a place that you go to but a thing that you do. Does that sound good to you? Well that’s the fresh approach that Stockland takes with their ‘flexible working arrangement policy’. Those four words have attracted a good deal of debate recently, with paid parental leave a red hot item on the election agenda and big name companies like Yahoo ditching … Read More
“DARWIN International Airport will double its capacity, with a long-awaited expansion due to start next month. “In simple terms we will be able to handle twice the number of passengers and planes in any particular busy hour than we can today,” said the airport’s chief executive Ian Kew on Tuesday. The airport upgrade will include three new aircraft parking bays, nearly 11,000 square metres of extra floor space, a new … Read More
Due to the success of past events, we are now planning to hold migration seminars throughout the UK in September 2013. Venues have been arranged in London and Manchester. Our seminars will include a presentation of the visa options and processes, information on banking and removals in Australia, and a chance to meet with members of our team and our partner companies to answer any questions you may have. … Read More
“SOMETIMES it takes a stranger to remind us of the many benefits of living in a our beautiful, easygoing city. A major Chicago newspaper has written a glowing travel article about life in Adelaide, describing us as one of the world’s best-designed cities. “You can’t design a city better than this one,” Chicago Tribune contributor Peter Ferry wrote in an April 23 article in the paper’s travel section. “The city itself has … Read More