About Australia


The capital, Sydney, being Australia’s oldest and largest city, is a popular destination for tourists and job-seekers with its eye-catching Opera House and sparkling beaches that extend along the Australian coastline. The scenery varies in form remarkably from outback Australia. Sydney has something for everyone – whether it is the breathtaking views of Sydney Harbour and its nightlife or the tranquil Hyde Park. Sydney has it all, being a tourist’s dream. You will find award-winning restaurants, experience the beauty of the beaches like popular Bondi Beach or simply observe the iconic buildings and landmarks. You will love being part of this vibrant culture.


From the Alfresco dining to the pristine Australian beaches, and the Great Australian Barrier Reef, you you can enjoy the pleasant tropical climate and outdoor life. Brisbane is a popular destination for all walks of life and radiates energy with its transport centred river, friendly atmosphere, bars and music gigs, as well as its beautiful leafy parks, restaurants and centre of art exhibitions. Venture north to the Sunshine Coast or south to the famous Gold Coast with high-rise accommodation and beaches everywhere and you will love the lay-back atmosphere with the sea breeze blowing through your hair.


Melbourne is home to world-class arts and culture with live music, comedy and jazz performances as well as cabaret and cinema to attract the culture-aware person. Live it up in the endless number of sunny alfresco dining and old-style pubs. Visit the city and spend hours shopping in the huge displays of the latest modern clothing designs and relax with a wine in one of the top restaurants with a large offer of international flavours for all to enjoy. Once finished lavishing the beauties of the city, progress to country Victoria and take in the beautiful Phillip Island or Gippsland, with its lakes, beaches and waterfront villages or simply chill out at one of Victoria’s many wineries.

South Australia

Be sure to experience Adelaide as well as the stunning beaches and award-winning wine, events and festivals. South Australia is the gateway to the National Landscapes of the Flinders Ranges and iconic Kangaroo Island. SA is known for its wine-loving regions, galleries, museums and music centres and creative arts and monumental buildings. Adelaide has over 200 wineries on its doorstep within an hour from Adelaide. Popular for fishing, boating and surfing or visit Kangaroo Island, houseboat your way along the Murray River or venture further to outback Australia or catch the famous Ghan train through the centre of Australia to Alice springs or Darwin.


Canberra is known as the political centre of Australia with the Parliament and Old Parliament House located in Canberra, with the federal government being Canberra’s largest single employer.Canberra, being Australia’s capital, with its vast spread-out relaxed atmosphere is home to the newly federated nation of Australia in 1908. It is home to the indigenous people of Australia and offers historic townships. The Snowy Mountains are hugely popular with snow sports in winter as well as the existence of many natural wonders and beautiful coastline beaches.

Western Australia

The capital, Perth is the gateway to the north of western Australia – frequented by many tourists with its Strong European history and historical architecture, exceptional climate, buoyant economy and relaxed outdoor lifestyle – making Western Australia one of the fastest growing regions in the country. Oil, gas and iron ore discoveries in Western Australia have seen the development of mining pursuits and job opportunities. Experiencing Perth is a must and venturing north will offer further unforgettable wilderness adventure. You will experience a vast and rugged lifestyle with wide open spaces, fresh air and roads that seem to extend forever beyond the horizon.

Northern Territory

For a wild and untamed experience visit the Northern Territory with its vast array of wild-life and varying landscapes – from Uluru at the Red Centre of Australia to the Top End enjoying Kakadu and Nitmiluk National Parks. Darwin prides itself as the cultural centre of Australia’s alternative Top End life-style. Darwin’s tropical climate attracts a relaxed outdoor life-style, being a multi-cultural and cosmopolitan city very popular for international and domestic tourists and known as the gateway to Asia. Darwin’s harbour is highly popular and offers festivals and markets, beaches, popular for barrumundi fishing and a boisterous nightlife and attractive restaurants.


Tasmania’s capital, Hobart is stunning with its riverfront cobblestone streets and the Coal Valley’s cool-climate wineries. Wineglass Bay has much to offer with its shipwrecks and diamonds on Flinders Island, with beautiful scenic walks over Cataract Gorge, a dramatic wilderness in the heart of Launceston, or head to the World Heritage-listed wilderness that makes up 20 per cent of the island. You will see Dove Lake and be able to trek the Overland Track in Cradle-Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park or wander through dark Gondwanan rainforest Southwest National Park or the Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park. As well as rugged and ancient natural beauty, Tasmania has a thriving creative culture with its rich history of convicts, piners, miners and whalers and fabulous food and wine.

Dozens of overseas workers in the last 8 months, have filled jobs in hospitality, accounting, academia and health-related roles. Chefs and cooks, hospitality managers are some of those positions listed on the State Government Skills shortage list. Since the start of the financial year, in Tasmania, 56 workers have been given state sponsorship visas and 82 have been brought into the state under employer-sponsored visas — 24 of them hospitality jobs such as cooks, bakers, chefs and hospitality managers.