Why choose to come to Australia?

Both children and adults love its unique and natural flora and fauna which could only be found in the amazing country across many parks, rivers and seas. Many people are attracted to Australia for its free and more laid-back lifestyle and they will surely agree that this country is one of its kind.

Australia is one of the most successful nations in the world that promotes and celebrates cultural and racial diversity with respect, inclusiveness, equal rights and a sense of belonging for everyone working or residing in the country no matter where you originate from.

Geographically located in the Asia-Pacific region surrounded by neighboring Asian countries while still under the British monarchy, Australia is a melting pot where the East meets the West. You could find yourself immerse in the Western picturesque setting sipping a cup of aromatic coffee or tea with muffins at one moment and enjoying an authentic spicy South-east Asian or fine-dining Oriental meal at a Chinese restaurant the next. There are just so many things that you could find in this foreign land that there is no need to leave home behind as you could find almost anything you need from your home country – from the ingredients to prepare authentic home-cooked meals or food from restaurants of your own culture to the community or interest groups and clubs or places of worship which you are used to back where you came from, Australia is such a remarkably free and tolerant country that has a long history of respect for political rights and civil liberties that many people seek to emigrate or study in as one can achieve almost any dreams in this peaceful land.

“Australia is ranked 2nd on the Human Development Index, which aggregates achievement in life expectancy, education & standard of living.”

Australia's welfare 2017: in brief presents highlights from the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare’s 13th biennial report on the nation’s welfare

There is no longer a fixed retirement age in Australia and as long as you are an Australian permanent resident or a citizen, you can choose to retire when you want to and not on compulsion. Australia also performs extremely well against many measures of wellbeing, compared with most other countries in the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development‘s (OECD) ‘Better Life Index’. It came in number 1 (top ranked) for civic engagement, and are above average in income and wealth, environmental quality, health status, housing, jobs and earnings, education and skills, subjective wellbeing, and social connections in its latest Australia’s welfare 2017 report.