Hello Australia

Australia, the ancient land, is one of the most iconic countries in the world with plenty of cities to visit. Enjoy the view from Sydney's Harbour, go for a bike ride in Melbourne, scuba dive on the Great Barrier Reef , visit the wildlife park in Darwin or be amazed by the beach and relaxed lifestyle in Bondi. Although big, it is fairly easy to travel around and it is definitely worth to plan a roadtrip. If you are planning to move to Australia, you made a great choice! The difficult part would be choosing where to live!

Capital city

Currency

Calling code

Canberra

$ (AUD)

+61

  • Adelaide

  • Known as one of the world most liveable cities, Adelaide is brimming with culture, events and entertainment. South Australia’s cosmopolitan coastal capital, the city is home to world-renowned museums, such as the Art Gallery of South Australia and the South Australian Museum, award-winning restaurants, vibrant festivals a thriving bar scene.

  • Brisbane

  • With almost 300 days of sunshine all year long, Brisbane is the place to be if you want to spend time enjoying the outdoors. Wedged between the ocean and rugged national parks, the capital of Queensland, in Australia, is a cosmopolitan hub for arts, culture and food, whilst it retains a close connection with nature. It’s the perfect place for those who are looking for a laidback lifestyle!

  • Gold Coast

  • Well-known for its sandy beaches that stretch across 57 kilometres (35 miles) of coastline, Gold Coast is a metropolitan region in Queensland, on Australia’s east coast. Aside from being home to some of the best surf spots in the world, the city has something for everyone, as it plays host to great restaurants, national parks and buzzing bars.

  • Melbourne

  • Known as the “cultural capital” of Australia, Melbourne is located on the southeastern state of Victoria, and it’s home to some of the country’s best-known cultural institutions, such as the National Gallery of Victoria. Compact and diverse, the city has remote beaches, plazas, bars and restaurants, and captivating museums. Curious fact: about 66% of Melbourne’s population was born overseas. So get ready to live in a multicultural city!

  • Perth

  • Perth is the perfect balance of nature and urban life. Located on Australia’s west coast, the city is the country’s fourth-most populous city, with a population of over 2 million people. Family-friendly and diverse, the city has an outdoor lifestyle, with sandy beaches lining its suburbs, parks and botanic gardens. And if you’re looking for sunny weather, you should know that Perth averages eight hours of sunshine per day and 118 clear days per year.

  • Sydney

  • One of Australia’s largest cities, Sydney Frequently ranks in the top ten of list of the most livable places in the world. Why? Well, mainly because the city has leading universities, 1 million hectares of nature reserves and parks, breathtaking beaches and plenty of things to keep you busy. Packed with cultural institutions, such a the Sydney Opera House, and amazing restaurants and cafes, Sydney is the perfect combination of a big city with an easygoing lifestyle.