Australia: the lucky country, has four (4) of the ten (10) most livable cities in the world and five (5) of the 30 best cities in the world. And studying and living in Australia can be a great experience.
So whether you want to start an English course, apply for a VET course, or start an international career, AR SOAR. Student Services is the smartest gateway to make your dream come true.
Regardless of the type of study you are doing in Australia, whether you are here for a few months or a few years, if you are here just for work or for a holiday, Australia from Kolas to Kangaroos or the Nula Bore to the Great Barrier Reef is a truly amazing country!
Australia is one of the biggest countries in the world. For example, the distance between Brisbane and Perth is 4.500 km and because of this huge distance, the two cities have different time-zone, different climate, different job opportunities and also different living cost.
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Melbourne is the capital of Victoria and the second largest city in Australia. It has a population of around 4.35 million people and is sheltered from the ocean by the beautiful Port Phillip Bay. And accordingly was voted 2014 Livability Survey, Melbourne is the most livable city in the world and it has the charm of a tram system and a beautiful mix of tall modern skyscrapers and established historic buildings with great architecture.
Some have describe Melbourne’s climate as a city with four season in a day. Wild winds and thunderstorms can descend out of clear blue skies and winters can be quite cold and wet.
There is much to see and do in Melbourne with different places to visit such as National Gallery of Victoria, National Sports Museum, Royal Botanic Garden, Melbourne Zoo, Melbourne Casino’, Melbourne museum and much more.
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Brisbane, with a population around 2.24 million is the Australia’s third largest city and the capital of Queensland.
It sits between the Gold Coast and the Sunshine Coast, consequently Brisbane is very popular with tourists.
Surfers Paradise (Gold Coast, south of Brisbane), one of Australia’s best-known beaches, is about an hour and 10 minutes drive and Caloundra (Sunshine Coast, north) about an hour and a half. The closest sandy beaches to Brisbane are at Redcliffe (north) and Southport (south).
So if you loves summer, Brisbane maybe the city for you! (The winters are warm and the spring average winter temperature is 21 degrees)
There is much to see and do in Brisbane from sports activity all years thanks to visiting places like Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, The Wheel of Brisbane, St. Helena Island National Park, City Botanic Garden, Sea world of the Gold Coast.
If you are interested in moving for work or study in Brisbane contact us, our Migration Agent can help you applying the right Australian Visa for you or give you the opportunity to study in this beautiful city!
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Perth the fourth largest Australian city, with a population of around 2 million and is located on the south-west coast of Australia. (It is the most isolated city in the world, yet it is a place with a wonderful community and natural beauty.)
Perth is thriving and Western Australia economy is based upon a vast supply of mineral resources.
Perth is hot, for the most part of the year. Summers are around 36° heat Some of the best places to visit in Western Australia:
Kings Park, Rottnest Island (where you can meet the awesome Quokka animal), Fremantle Port, Margaret River, Esperance, and Monkey Mia.
So if you have a dream to study or live in the beautiful city of Perth talk to us.