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By Roberta Duman

Migration to Australia isn't regularly trouble-free, neither is it the appropriate selection for everybody. This booklet is designed to aid humans in making an educated choice sooner than taking the large step to relocate. it's going to equip readers with sufficient info to organize them for the daily realities of dwelling and dealing in Australia, as this usually seems to be very diverse from what was once anticipated. half One is a normal evaluation to dwelling in Australia and info the advanced visa approach, finance, healthcare, way of life, estate and schooling. It additionally comprises modern info at the present fiscal scenario, which industries are at the upward thrust and decline, tips on how to move approximately your activity seek from the united kingdom and Australia, the place to appear for paintings and the way to extend your possibilities and safe the right kind visa. half examines Australia's major towns (Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide, Canberra and Tasmania) and gives complete information regarding what to anticipate from every one when it comes to way of life, employment possibilities, game, residential innovations and knowledge on schooling and childcare for people with households. Written from own adventure, this publication seeks to lessen many of the pressure fascinated about making the momentous determination to stay / paintings in Australia and provides precious recommendation and how you can retailer time and cash.

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Sometimes mistakenly called koala bears, they are in fact marsupials. Their staple diet is eucalyptus leaves and they are protected by the state and considered a national treasure. Aside from the national parks, they can be found in the cities but you will need a trained eye to spot them as they are usually asleep at the top of tall trees. Kangaroos can be spotted in more rural areas where you are also likely to see wombats and possums. AUSTRALIANS AND SPORT It is not without good reason that people around the world associate Australia with sport.

Shortly after you arrive in Australia I suggest that you 6 THE AUSTRALIAN HEALTHCARE SYSTEM 45 register with a local doctor (you can find one by looking in the Yellow Pages or asking locals in your area). Each time you have an appointment with your doctor you will be charged a fee depending on how much of their time you have taken. Currently, this ranges between $55 and $110. These are standard fees which most people pay up front unless other arrangements have been made with the surgery. You will then be given a receipt(s), which you can take to a Medicare centre where you can claim a proportion back.

During the migration season whales can be spotted in key coastal areas throughout the country, as can turtles and seals. In other waters, in particular northern rivers, crocodiles are present so caution must be used when travelling in unfamiliar territories. At various times of the year it is not safe to swim in the ocean (particularly in tropical North Queensland) without wearing a 'stinger suit' due to the potentially fatal box jellyfish that are present in the waters. However, you are far more likely to see a beautiful variety of marine life including sting rays, dolphins and exotic fish than anything sinister.

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