Living In Australia

Australia has long been a top destination for migrants all over the world to come for working, studying, and settling a new life. Australia prides itself in a safe environment, stable economy, high class educational and medical system as well as multicultural demography. It also boasts many programs that encourage talents around to globe to come and develop their career in Australia.

Australian States & Capitals

State / Territory ISO Code Type Capital Population (2020) Area (sq km)
New South Wales AU-NSW State Sydney 8,157,735 809,952
Queensland AU-QLD State Brisbane 5,160,023 1,851,736
South Australia AU-SA State Adelaide 1,767,247 1,044,353
Tasmania AU-TAS State Hobart 539,590 90,758
Victoria AU-VIC State Melbourne 6,689,377 237,657
Western Australia AU-WA State Perth 2,656,156 2,642,753
Australian Capital Territory ACT Territory Canberra 429,834 2,358
Northern Territory NT Territory Darwin 245,353 1,419,630

Queensland (QLD), Brisbane

  • 5 million population (2.28 Brisbane)
  • Capital city – Brisbane
  • 135,000 international students
  • 10 universities and 32 campuses state-wide
  • 5 World Heritage Sites
  • 5 international airports
  • Focus on global innovation
  • Queensland is 6 times the size of the United Kingdom
  • Brisbane boasts fantastic weather and its subtropical climate means the city has an average of 283 days of sunshine every year, meaning you can enjoy the city all-year round.
  • Brisbane is perfectly positioned halfway between the Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast, Brisbane has some of the best beaches less than an hour’s drive away, whilst for a change of scenery then the mountains are located out west, perfect for a day’s exploring.
  • Brisbane is also close to some of the major tourist attractions including Wet’n’Wild and Movie World, making for a fun day out for the whole family. Residents can make the most of spectacular views across Brisbane River, the city skyline or across the picturesque mountains.
  • Head north from Brisbane and you will find the Sunshine Coast, with Cairns, Townsville, Mackay and Greater Whitsunday, and Rockhampton, all connected by the Great Barrier Reef which stretched 2,300km along the coast.
  • According to Rough Guides’ readers in 2015, Brisbane was voted as one of the most beautiful cities in the world, ranking in eighth position. This was ahead of Sydney, which finished thirteenth.
  • Brisbane is one of Australia’s major business hubs, with most major Australian companies as well as numerous international companies having contact offices in Brisbane. Home grown major companies include Flight Centre, Sunsuper, Boeing Australia and Suncorp-Metway Limited.
  • Unlike its east coast rivals, Brisbane is home to far more affordable property, making it easier to get a foothold on the property ladder as a home buyer or investor. You can still secure new off the plan apartments within 5km of the CBD for less than $400,000. You definitely cannot say the same for Sydney!
  • Brisbane has many new developments and infrastructure underway or due to start which will help to revitalise the city and improve the economy. Some of these main developments include Queen’s Wharf Precinct, Brisbane Live Entertainment Arena, Northshore Hamilton and the Brisbane Airport Redevelopment.
  • Brisbane has a vision to become Australia’s next New World City by 2022. This will provide residents with a better and enviable lifestyle where they can enjoy green spaces, easy commutes, alongside world-class career and business opportunities.
  • With more than 280 schools and education providers spread across the state, you can choose from a range of unique destinations and experiences. From cosmopolitan cities, major regional towns close to Australia’s world-famous natural treasures, or in regional centres where you can experience authentic Australian country life.
  • Queensland has 10 universities across 32 campuses and more than 100 private registered training organisations. The state offers Vocational Education and Training in-school projects that allow students to study for a diploma qualification while at school and there are many English language courses available to suit different skill levels and lengths of stay.
  • Brisbane is ranked in the top 20 best student cities globally. It is home to 3 major universities and nearly 100,000 students who can enjoy a cosmopolitan lifestyle. The city is teeming with creativity and boasts some impressive late-night offerings and a thriving arts and music scene.

Every day, the Queensland lifestyle entices people to visit, work and settle from all over the world. Known as Australia’s ‘Sunshine State,’ Queensland towns and cities are some of the most livable in the world. The state offers a high standard of living with:

  • a stable economy
  • affordable housing
  • world class education system and advanced health services
  • modern infrastructure of roads and public transport
  • a safe place for you and your family to live
  • only state in Australia with 6 international airports
  • perfect beaches, national parks, and the ‘outback’
  • a subtropical and tropical climate
  • a vibrant cosmopolitan, arts and cultural scene
  • and an eclectic mix of differently friendly cultures ready to make you feel at home.

  • 710.000 population
  • Entertainment and holiday capital of Australia
  • Gold Coast’s famous theme parks: Dreamworld, Movie World, Sea World, Wet’n’Wild, Outback Spectacular, Paradise Country, TOP Golf etc
  • Home to 70 km of heavenly sandy beaches
  • 2 world leading universities
  • Gold Coast airport

The Gold Coast is an outstanding global city, inspired by lifestyle and driven by opportunity.

The Gold Coast’s star attraction is its beaches, including the world-renowned stretch of sand at Surfers Paradise. Beyond the beaches, discover laid-back neighbourhoods, a booming culinary scene and the Gold Coast’s famous theme parks. And be sure to leave enough time for a trip into the subtropical hinterland for rainforest walks and waterfalls.

Gold Coast City is Queensland’s most southern and is Australia’s sixth largest city. The city stretches along the southern coast of Queensland and features 70 kilometers of coastline from South Stradbroke Island in the north, to beautiful Rainbow Bay in the south.

The Gold Coast spans 1,402 square kilometres (approx. 541 square miles) on the Queensland and New South Wales border. Located 100kms south of Brisbane and 900kms north of Sydney, the Gold Coast is the perfect spot to enjoy a romantic getaway or an action packed family holiday with so many exciting things to do.

Within the Gold Coast, you can find 70 km of heavenly sandy beaches in a region known for constant warm, sunny weather and blue skies. And we do mean constant – the subtropical climate is known for offering around 300 days of sunshine per year!

The Gold Coast is famous for three of the best things in the world: sun, surf, and sand!

The Gold Coast offers more than just beaches, however. It’s also home to several theme amusement parks, lush Hinterland area, and a vibrant culinary scene to keep you entertained throughout your stay.

Extraordinary adventures await with a bounty of things to do in the Gold Coast all available at your fingertips. The Gold Coast is Australia’s favorite holiday destination with glorious beaches, rainforest retreats and a bounty of Gold Coast attractions to suit families, couples and solo travelers. Visit the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary to fill your days with koala cuddles or scream your lungs out at one of the Gold Coast theme parks. Adventurers will love a Gold Coast jet boating adventure or hot air balloon flight over the region. By day, take in the scenery on a Gold Coast cruise but when dusk falls enjoy evening entertainment at Dracula’s Cabaret or the Australian Outback Spectacular.


The Gold Coast has a sub-tropical climate with plenty of sunshine year round (in fact an average of 300 days a year). Average summer temperatures range from 19 to 29 degrees Celsius (66 to 83 degrees Fahrenheit). Average winter temperatures range from an average of 9 to 21 degrees Celsius (48 to 69 degrees Fahrenheit) – it’s no wonder the Gold Coast is Australia’s favourite playground.

Housing campuses of four Australian universities, Gold Coast sums around 30,000 university students and is probably the best Australian city for partying and enjoying a thriving nightlife.

Gold Coast praises itself with 300 sunny days per year, it is one of the nicest places in the world where you can surf, but the city has other particular features; Gold Coast is surrounded by rural areas, mountains and you can also admire a few national parks.

Gold Coast is mainly a beach metropolis, known as one of the most desirable places in the world to live in. Regarding attractions, you can check out numerous theme parks including Dreamworld, Sea World, Tambourine Mountain Glow Worm Caves, Tree Top Walkway, or Infinity – an entertaining, interactive house with unique special effects and amazing illusions.

Australia has some of the best cities in the world for students, as they perfectly combine excellent teaching with fantastic leisure activities and you can also enjoy an overall safe environment. Australia gathers some of the best and most prestigious universities in the world and it is an affordable destination, in terms of both tuition and costs, so there are enough reasons for anyone to choose to study here.

New South Wales (NSW) Sydney

  • Sydney ranked top 5 safest city
  • 11 universities including six universities in the QS Top 300 World University Rankings
  • NSW is Australia’s largest economy
  • Sydney voted Top 10 in the world for QS Best Student Cities
  • Sydney is the 2nd highest ranked city in the Asia-Pacific region for innovation
  • There are more than 260,000 international students from more than 160 different countries around the world.
  • NSW is the major economic powerhouse of Australia. Its $600 billion economy is larger than that of both Malaysia and Singapore
  • NSW has a thriving vocational education and training (VET) sector, which includes the government-owned TAFE NSW. You’ll also find some of Australia’s leading private education providers and specialist English language colleges. The government and independent secondary schools (high schools) found in NSW are also among the best in the world.
  • Sydney – Australia’s global city
  • Sydney is Australia’s international gateway for business and tourism. It is widely recognised as one of the world’s great cities and it is consistently ranked in the top 10 internationally for quality of living.
  • The city is famous internationally for the spectacular Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House, which never cease to amaze, no matter how many times you see them.
  • As a major city, Sydney is very well-connected. Buses, trains and ferries will take you through the city, and to mountain getaways, the countryside and beyond. Conveniently, trains also run from Sydney Airport to Sydney’s Central Station.
  • Sydney’s cultural calendar is full of fun things to do. Take a wander around the thriving city parks, bars, cafes and entertainment precincts, markets, dance events, art exhibitions or fireworks displays.
  • The city is a major innovation hub in the southern hemisphere, where innovators are celebrated and supported by business and government. More than 200 of Australia’s top 500 companies are based in NSW, and 64% of Australia’s tech start-ups are based in Sydney.
  • The city is Australia’s economic powerhouse, and more than 40% of Australia’s Top 500 companies, 90% of international banks, 60% of information and communication and technology companies, and 50% of professional service firms have their global or regional headquarters in Sydney.
  • This focus on innovation starts in the classrooms and lecture theatres of Sydney’s world-class universities, allowing thought-leaders to thrive. The diversity of Sydney’s education sector has produced leaders in every field from medicine and science to arts and humanities.
  • Whether you’re exploring the dazzling Sydney Harbour, the pristine beaches of Bondi and Manly, or venturing out into Greater Sydney, you’ll be surrounded by a friendly, multicultural population.
  • With almost 30% of residents born overseas, Sydney is home to migrant communities from all over Asia, the Middle East, Europe and more.
  • Sydney’s many beaches are famous all around the world thanks to their beauty and great surfing and swimming opportunities (and that’s not to mention the amazing Sydney weather!
  • This mix of cultures has made Sydney a world-renowned centre for creativity and culture. From the world’s largest short film festival, Tropfest, to the spectacular Vivid Sydney festival, there is always plenty to see and do.

Victoria (VIC), Melbourne

  • 227,000 international students
  • Australia’s best ranked student city
  • Capital City – Melbourne, the 3rd best student city in the world
  • 10 universities, 12 TAFEs, 250+ private providers
  • 2,200+ schools across the state (government and non-government)
  • Culturally diverse creative hub for the arts, music & fashion
  • Melbourne is consistently ranked as one of the world’s most liveable cities and it’s easy to see why. The city offers world-leading stability, healthcare, culture, environment, education and infrastructure.
  • Melbourne continues to be one of the world’s most liveable cities Melbourne has retained its status as one of the world’s most liveable cities, holding on to second position on the Economist Intelligence Units (EIU) Global Liveability Index, just 0.7 points behind Vienna.
  • Melbourne has one of the strongest healthcare systems in the world. It has high quality public and private systems supported by world-class research and development institutions and thriving medtech and pharma industries.
  • Melbourne has quality schools and tertiary institutions that link into industry to help create industry skills of the future. A prime example is the University of Melbourne, globally recognised as Australia’s top university and one of the top universities in the world.
  • Melbourne’s world-class infrastructure is another key factor in our liveability and of significant benefit to potential investors. Melbourne’s connections make global trading and operations from Melbourne easy. It is at the heart of 66 percent of Australia’s economic activity and its advanced digital connectivity will be attractive to all businesses.
  • Melbourne’s extensive passenger rail and tram network makes it easy to navigate around the city and contributing to people’s quality of life. It is home to Australia’s largest air and sea ports, connecting businesses to the world.
  • On top of this, the Victorian Government’s investment in infrastructure is expected to average $13.4 billion over the next four years, which will ensure that state’s infrastructure will continue to improve and meet the demand of our growing population.
  • Victoria is Australia’s leader in the visitor economy, thanks to its world-class events, food and wine scene, and stunning tourist destinations – from pristine beaches to striking landscapes and unique animal encounters.
  • Melbourne is Australia’s most sophisticated, stylish, and cosmopolitan city. It is renowned for arts and sports precincts, cosmopolitan laneways filled with shops, bars and cafes, and world-class fashion destinations.
  • Regional Victoria has a strong reputation as a destination for diverse natural attractions, spa and wellness, food and wine, touring and cycling, and golf. Regional Victoria is home to world-class attractions including the Twelve Apostles on the Great Ocean Road and the Phillip Island Penguin Parade.
  • Melbourne hosts some of the world’s premium sporting events – from the Australian Open Tennis, the Australian FORMULA 1™ Grand Prix, the and many more. Thousands of loyal and passionate fans join visitors from around the world at events each week – from local football matches to international soccer matches Victoria was awarded the Sport Business Ultimate Sport City of the Decade in 2016.
  • Labelled as Australia’s cultural capital, Melbourne has something for just about everyone, be it brilliant street art, an eclectic range of architectural styles, or amazing wildlife.
  • Melbourne is rated the number one student city in Australia and third best student city in the world, so it’s no surprise it has the country’s biggest student population. A true university city, Melbourne is home to 227,000 international students from over 170 countries.
  • Victorian government schools provide a rich, integrated learning environment for international students‹›
  • Melbourne is well-known as Australia’s coolest city. As a major cultural centre, the city boasts a packed program of internationally recognized festivals and events from Melbourne Comedy Festival to Melbourne Fashion Week.
  • The vibrant music scene in Melbourne sets it apart from all other cities in Australia – or the world: Melbourne is said to have more live music venues per capita than any other city in the world. With European-style al fresco dining, rooftop bars and late-night venues, Melbourne’s nightlife is fun and accessible.
  • On the streets of the CBD, you’ll find leading international and Australian fashion brands and restaurants which make for a stylish shopping and vibrant dining experience.
  • Melbourne also enjoys a flourishing arts scene and a dynamic theatre district attracting internationally renowned exhibitions and shows.

South Australia (SA), Adelaide

  • 38,000 international students | 266,000 domestic students
  • Capital City- Adelaide
  • 1.7 million population (1.3M in Adelaide)
  • High quality education across schools, Vocational Training, Universities and English Language Colleges
  • Additional year of post-study work rights for graduates with a Higher Education qualification who remain in South Australia
  • Industry exposure for international students
  • Universities ranked in top 2% of world
  • Adelaide is South Australia’s vibrant capital city and its economic, educational and cultural hub.
  • South Australia is known as an economic hub for industries including Health and Medical, Tourism, Energy and Minerals, Defence and Space, IT, Food and Agribusiness and Creative Industries.
  • In Adelaide, you’ll notice many inner-city trams weaving through the city CBD, which gives the city a lot of charm. Many city transport services are free (including buses), so you can enjoy, experience and explore Adelaide very affordably.
  • Adelaide is also bicycle-friendly. Free bicycles are available to use around the CBD, which not only promotes a healthier, greener and more active lifestyle.
  • On one hand, Adelaide has all the benefits of a thriving city. On the other, it can be refreshingly laid-back, quiet and relaxed. Adelaide offers balance. It’s a city famous for colourful and diverse communities, beautiful rural landscapes, historic sandstone cityscapes, thriving local industries, bustling businesses, low unemployment rates and a healthy economy.
  • It is also famous for its globally recognised wine industry and international arts and culture festivals, which attract thousands of international visitors every year.
  • The Australian Space Agency is based in Adelaide, located amongst a thriving start-up ecosystem attracting global investment and talent to the city. Adelaide is also host to global technology leaders Microsoft, NEC, BAE Systems and the big four accounting firms. South Australia offers a relaxed, safe, family-friendly lifestyle where you can achieve true work-life balance, centrally located on mainland Australia. It boasts pristine natural landscapes and a beautiful climate that presents residents with great opportunities to explore South Australia’s regions, year round. So, whether you are starting or furthering your career, growing your business, or wanting better lifestyle opportunities for you and your family, South Australia has more to offer.

Western Australia (WA), PERTH

  • 2.6 million population
  • 6 universities
  • Two city centres: Perth and Fremantle
  • 55,000 international students
  • Spectacular and diverse landscapes
  • More than 100 education providers
  • STEM hub and engineering capital
  • Western Australia offers a student experience quite unlike any other. In WA, the sun is always shining and the people are always smiling.
  • The metropolitan centre of Perth is consistently rated in the top 50 international student cities in the world and it’s easy to understand why… the city and surrounding areas offer a ‘city-meets-the-sea’ lifestyle which is truly inspiring.
  • Perth’s character is unique – and quite different to cities on the east cost. And despite its relative distance from other major centres, it’s globally focused, with great connectivity to international business, industry and research centres.
  • Research-rich and business-savvy
  • The Greater Perth area is home to six leading universities and high quality vocational education institutions and schools. It’s a premier destination for science, technology, economics and mathematics.
  • The mining and engineering capital of Australia
  • Covering an area of 2.5 million square kilometres, WA is a resource-rich state with a history of prosperous mining booms. Many of the world’s biggest resource companies including BHP, Rio Tinto and Woodside have offices in Perth and operations throughout the state.
  • The capital city is a business hub with more Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) listed companies than any other city in the country. The hands-on work experience opportunities offered by local business and industry draws students from across Australia and internationally.
  • Famous for its friendly people and relaxed atmosphere, Perth offers a geniuinely laid-back Australian lifestyle.
  • If you have a young family, or are thinking about starting one when you move, migrating to Perth will let you bring them up in safety and security. It’s an amazingly family friendly city with a multitude of sporting and recreational facilities for children and teenagers, an excellent education system, good health facilities (including a dedicated children’s hospital), and plenty of open spaces for them to enjoy exploring.
  • Perth’s beaches are internationally acclaimed. They’re clean, spacious, and quite often empty. The sand is soft, white, and fluffy compared to the heavier yellow gold sand of east coast beaches. Sparkling deep blue and aquamarine water reflects Perth’s pristine blue skies, creating a visual feast that one never grows tired of looking at.
  • The coast of Western Australia’s warm, sunny climate with its dry summers and wet winters is Mediterranean rather than tropical, meaning there is far less humidity.
  • You’ll discover a clean and modern city with a growing restaurant, arts and music scene. In many respects, it’s generally cheaper than other Australian cities.
  • There are many opportunities to explore the immense natural beauty of Western Australia’s expansive outback, stunning coastal landscapes and white sandy beaches. You will see some of the most beautiful sunsets our country has to offer. In the south-west part of the state, you’ll find the world-renowned wine producing areas and beaches of Margaret River and Albany. To the north-east, you’ll discover some breathtaking natural wonders, including UNESCO World Heritage reef and rock landmarks.
  • Western Australia, the largest state in Australia, is known as new built states with high standard infrastructure, and more to be built in the future. Although Perth is a quiet city, its GDP and average income is high due to many mining and construction jobs offered throughout the states

Australian Capital Territory Canberra

  • One of the world’s most liveable cities and global top 25 student city
  • The ACT is Australia’s smallest self-governed territory
  • Home to some of Australia’s highest ranked universities
  • Australia’s lowest unemployment and highest average wages
  • Five universities and one major TAFE
  • 19,000 international students
  • 425,000 population

Since its establishment as the nation’s capital just over 100 years ago Canberra’s growth has been fuelled by attracting people from across Australia and around the world, with students accounting for much of this diversity.

While the business of government historically has been the city’s focus, more recently Canberra has developed a reputation as a dynamic place of learning, arts and culture, food and wine, sport and innovation.

In fact, Lonely Planet, the respected travel authority, named Canberra the third best place in the world to visit in 2018. The medium-sized city, known for its beautifully planned open areas and easy lifestyle, is consistently ranked as one of the world’s most liveable cities.

The city is a leader in the renewable energy sector, and by 2020, plans to be completely powered by renewable energy. Canberra is also one of the cleanest, safest and healthiest capital cities in the world. In 2017, the World Health Organisation named Canberra in the top three capital cities for air quality.

Many global companies have offices in Canberra and its strong economy, including Australia’s lowest unemployment and highest incomes, Canberra’s graduates enjoy strong employment outcomes both during study and after graduation.

A centre for innovation and exploration.

Many national attractions, galleries and museums help to tell a story that is uniquely Australian. Collectively they offer something to appeal to everyone – from dinosaurs to sculptures; animals to sport; and the ever changing line up of national and international blockbuster exhibitions.

Room to breathe

No matter where you are in Canberra, it’s just a short walk or bike ride to unspoilt parkland or stunning nature reserves. That’s why it’s known as Australia’s Bush Capital.

Canberrans are very active people who take advantage of the amazing recreational activities available and the 246 days of sunshine each year. The city’s hilly landscape offers a great range of bush walks and biking trails with spectacular views and all levels of experience are well catered for.

Hike or cycle around beautiful Lake Burley Griffin and stop in at the National Arboretum, home to 94 forests of rare, endangered and symbolic trees from around Australia and the world.

Canberra is also perfectly placed as a gateway to the surrounding region, just a short two hour drive from pristine beaches and beautiful snow-capped mountains, and three hours from Sydney.

Australian lifestyle

What is life like in Australia?
Depending on where you choose to live, Australia offers a unique lifestyle that attracts millions of visitors to its shores each year. Thanks to a combination of sunny weather, breathtaking natural landscapes and diverse cities, many Australians have adopted a laid-back, outdoor lifestyle that has become a drawcard to live in Australia.

University life

Australia boasts some of the best universities, colleges and training providers in the world, with many award-winning educational institutions highly rated by both the Times Higher Education and QS World University Rankings.

Most of Australia’s educational institutions provide world-class teaching and state-of-the-art educational facilities. Campuses are usually equipped with the latest technologies and plenty of spaces for you to study and collaborate with peers. Outside of campus, you’ll find local libraries and community learning spaces where you can continue your education and interact with others.

Australian educational institutions also have vibrant student communities. No matter where you choose to study, there’s sure to be countless social events, sports clubs and other activities you can get involved in to make the most of student life.

Arts and culture

Australia has a thriving arts and culture scene. Most cities – and even smaller towns – are home to museums, art galleries, theatres, entertainment venues and creative spaces to suit all creative types.

While Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane are best-known for their arts and culture contributions, you’ll find other cities in Australia also have plenty to offer, with state and independent venues showcasing art, history, music, comedy, dance, acting, writing and more.


Due to Australia’s multicultural population and varied natural environment, the local food scene is incredibly diverse. The fertile rural and coastal regions supply healthy produce to supermarkets around the country, meaning Australians have plenty of fruit, vegetables and fresh seafood available all year long.

Australians also enjoy a rich variety of food from around the world. You can find almost every international cuisine in restaurants, cafes, takeaway eateries and pubs across the country. Don’t forget to try traditional Aussie foods like Vegemite, Kangaroo and Crocodile meat, Byron Bay biscuits and the yummy Tim Tams.


In Australia, everyone looks forward to the weekend. It’s an excuse to head outside and relax with friends and family. As most of Australia’s major cities are dotted along the coastline, many people head to the beach for a swim or the park for a barbeque lunch.

Cafe culture is big in Australia too, so you’ll often find a lot of people enjoying brunch (a mixture of breakfast and lunch) on Saturdays and Sundays.


Australians also often watch or play sports to unwind and socialise. Cricket and Australian Rules Football (AFL) are popular, as are rugby league (NRL), soccer, tennis, swimming, surfing, field hockey, basketball and cycling.

Since Australia is full of wild landscapes, lots of people like to keep active by going hiking and exploring the national parks and nature reserves outside the city.

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