10 Interesting Things You Need To Know Before Moving To Australia

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Moving to Australia? 11 Things You Need To Know Before Moving To Australia.

So rather than learn everything  when you land, we have conveniently put all of our knowledge into this article.

1, Education In Australia is the best

The Australian education system has a strong international reputation and is known for its effective structure and innovative policy developments. Many other countries, eager to improve their own education systems, turn to Australia for advice

2, Australia is BIG!

Australia is really BIG! Seriously this country is enormous, and you won’t realise it until you get here and decide to go on a road trip.

3. Driving in Australia on your driver licence or converting to an Australian driving license?

If you are moving to Australia for a year or more, you most likely will need to convert your driver’s licence.

Some states allow you to drive on your foreign licence for up to three months, others aren’t as strict

4. Suncream should and will become your best friend.

You should apply it every day no matter what’s the weather like as the UV index maybe still high

We cover all you need to know about migrating to Australia

5. Australian coffee is delicious!

To all the caffeine addicts – we haven’t found a better coffee anywhere else in the world.

France is close, but nothing like Aussie coffee. Long blacks, flat whites or chai latte – take your pick.

6. Each state has a slightly different time zone & daylight savings.

7. It’s almost as big as the US

… with less than 10% of the US’s population

8. They drive on the left

A nice simple one, but easy to forget. Australia’s road rules dictate driving on the left side of the road

9. There is no culturally-enforced religion…

Regardless of your faith, you’ll find yourself under no pressure to conform to any kind of religion

10.  It’s one big island, so beaches are a cornerstone


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