Live in Australia
WHY ONE SHOULD CHOOSE TO LIVE IN AUSTRALIA?
People can avail many opportunities after moving to Australia. The population, economy and the opportunities are growing rapidly in Australia. The enthusiasm and opportunities existing today in Australia reflect those existed in USA 50 years ago.
The life of many cities in Australia including Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth is very much like European and North American style because it offers various kinds of services, jobs and entertainment. The population level is lower in Australia as compared to other countries but the standard of life is higher and infrastructure is world class. The citizens of Australia are young, diverse and open minded. The population of Australia is around 22 million and it is comprised of people who belong to different religion, countries and culture. Mostly, the citizens and travellers choose the eastern coastline to live because the climate is pleasant in that area. Melbourne, in the state of Victoria, Sydney, New South Wales and the smaller city of Brisbane in Queensland are all situated along the eastern coastline of Australia.
They all contribute to the modern nation living experience. The history of Australia is quite different but the future looks bright because of growing economy.
The land area of Australia is almost 2,988,888 square miles including metropolitan cities, sun kissed beaches, tropical forests and extraordinary outback. People of Australia witness different climates in every part of the country.
LIVE IN NEW SOUTH WALES
New South Wales is the most populated state in Australia because one third of the population lives in this area. Sydney is the state capital of Australia and it is also quite populated. It is one of the oldest cities in Australia where first British colony was established in 1788. There are number of significant industries present in Australia such as finance and insurance, property and business services, health and community services, manufacturing, construction and retail trade.
Newcastle is the second largest city in Australia where the harbor is situated. The coal and mineral are exported from this harbor. The climate remains moderate and pleasant in this area but it may reach to extreme levels as you move from North West to the southern tablelands.
LIVE IN VICTORIA
Victoria is located in the south-east corner of Australia and it is the second largest populated state after New South Wales in Australia. Melbourne is the capital city of this state where more than 70 percent of Victoria’s population is present. The population has increased due to increasing number of migrants who are coming from over 200 different countries to Australia. 43.6 percent of Victoria’s population consists of people who were born overseas or their parents were born overseas. The climate remains moderate in autumn with sunny springs, warm in summers and cool in winters. The primary industries present in this state are manufacturing, energy, and financial services which have also became an important part of the economy.
LIVE IN QUEENSLAND
Queensland, which is often called the Sunshine State, is situated in the north-eastern side of the Australia. The climate remains warm and tropical in this region but sometimes it varies in different areas across the state. The climate is quite warm along the coast, hot in the inland west and monsoon tropical in the north. The capital of the state is Brisbane which is also known as river city. It is quite a populated area along with regional cities such as Townsville, Toowoomba, and Cairns. Tourism, mining and aerospace sectors are greatly contributing to its economy.
LIVE IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA
The entire western side of Australia is occupied by the Western Australia which is quite a large state. Perth is the capital of this state and the fourth largest city in Australia. The climate of this region is Mediterranean with seasonal rainfall. South west side of this state is quite populated. The economy grows and benefits from the extraction and processing of a wide range of minerals such as coal, nickel and iron ore. This region is the largest source of gold extractor in Australia is because 75 percent of gold amounts are generated from this state every year. The other main export commodities of this state include wheat, wool, live sheep and cattle.
LIVE IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA
South Australia is located in the southern central part of the Australia. Almost all arid parts of the continent are present in South Australia but there is also a fertile band from southern ocean coastline to the Murray River. The capital city is Adelaide where the climate is just like Mediterranean. Outside activities and al fresco dining is quite common in this region. People of South Australia celebrate many festivals and participate in sports events all round the year. Art, theatre, comedy and music has become an important part of their life. Manufacturing sector, which includes automotive, pharmaceutical and electronic manufacturing, has become main part of the economy. Property, business, health and community related services are also contributing to the economy of South Australia.
LIVE IN THE AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY
There are six states and two territories in Australia, among which the smallest one is the Australian Capital Territory (ACT). The population density in this area is quite high. It came into being after the federation of the colonies in Australia in order to host the Federal Government. It is 300 kilometer south west of Sydney and 650 kilometer north of Melbourne because it is an inland territory.
Canberra is the national capital of Australia and it is situated in the territory. It is the area in which Parliament House, the High Court and other government departments and agencies are present because it is considered as the seat of Federal government in Australia. The climate is relatively dry as compared to other areas of the continent. It gets warn in hot summers and cool in cold winters. There is snowfall every year on the mountains around CBD area. Government administration and defence are the major industries in this territory and it is managed by the Federal Government. The unemployment rate is very low and average wage rate is high but the prices of property are comparatively high in Canberra.
LIVE IN TASMANIA
Tasmania is located at the south east corner of the Australia. It is an island state surrounded with other islands Flinders, King and Bruny which are smaller than it. Bass Strait separates the state from the main land of Australia while there is the Southern Ocean on the south and west and the Tasman Sea on the east along the remaining area of the coastline.
Tasmania has numerous forests and habitats as compared to other states that are still preserved. Reserves, national parks and World heritage places are nearly around 37 percent of this state.
The population of the state is equally divided into two parts that are north and south. Many relatively large centers have been developed in this state because of factors including geographical, historical and commercial.
Hobart is the capital city of Tasmania and it is located in the south. It is one of the oldest cities in Australia. The climate usually remains cool and pleasant with four different seasons but it can change anytime because of the location. Rainfall rate per year is quite low in this city while the west coast of the Tasmania experiences higher annual rainfall to make sure that rainforests flourish. Mining, agriculture, forestry and tourism are the major industries of Tasmania.
LIVE IN NORTHERN TERRITORY
The third largest state and territory of Australia is the Northern Territory which comes after Western Australia and Queensland. The population density is very low because only 1 percent of the Australian population is living in this state. The capital city is Darwin which is also use as commercial and administrative purpose because Alice Spring which is the largest local population centre is located in this city. In addition to this, it is the base for outstanding tourism activities. There are two different climate regions in the Northern Territory. The north which is also known as the top end experiences two distinct seasons with monsoonal tropics. There is heavy rainfall between October and April but it remains dry from May to September so the rainfall rate is quite low in these months. The climate of southern region of Northern territory is cool and dry in winters and hot in summers while the area is semi arid to arid. The industries which are majorly contributing to the economy of the territory include Mining, tourism and the Australia Defence Force.