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The first migrants to Australia, the aboriginals, arrived over 50,000 years ago. Immigration remains the backbone of this great country.

According to the 2011 census, 26% of Australians were born in another country, with an additional 20% having at least one parent born overseas. With a healthy economy and high demand for skilled migrants to add to the labour force, Australian newcomers will continue to be welcomed to these vast shores.

Australian Wildlife

Cute koalas and bouncing kangaroos. These are powerful images of Australia. However, there is also a ‘not so cute’ side to Australian wildlife!

Australian pelican on sunlit ledge by tranquil waters.
Serene alpine lake with turquoise waters, snow-capped mountains, and lush green trees.


Don’t be tricked into thinking Australia is hot all year long! The south of the country experiences cool winters. Plan for the climate you are moving to.

Australian Flag

Australia’s flag was introduced in 1901, and contains the British Union Jack, Southern Cross, and Commonwealth Star.

Australian National Flag with Union Jack and Southern Cross Constellation.
Neoclassical Colonnade Overlooking Tranquil Waters

Migration History

From the first aborigines to the cultural mix of today, Australia as a rich migration history.