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  • Holiday Travel Video Guide for Mackay, Queensland Australia

    Mackay – Queensland Australia – Travel Video Guide

    Mackay is a city in Queensland, on Australia’s east coast. Off the coast is a section of the Great Barrier Reef. Closer to shore are the islands of St. Bees, with reefs, rainforest and koalas, and Keswick, rich in marine life. Mackay itself is known for its Harbour Beach, marina and Bluewater Lagoon, a city […] More

  • Burketown Holiday Travel Video guide, Queensland Australia

    Burketown – Queensland – Travel Video guide

    In the northwestern corner of Queensland’s Gulf Savannah region is Burketown. Burketown is an isolated outback town and locality in the far north-western Shire of Burke, Queensland, Australia. It is located 898km west of Cairns on the Albert River and Savannah Way in the area known as the Gulf Savannah. The town is the administrative […] More

  • Daintree travel video guide Queensland Australia

    Daintree – Queensland – Travel Video Guide

    Just under 2 hours’ drive from Cairns is the village of the Daintree. Daintree is a rural town and locality in the Shire of Douglas, Queensland, Australia. In the 2016 census, Daintree had a population of just 129 people! You will see all types of wildlife in the Daintree River. From special birds such as […] More

  • Cairns Australia Top Things To Do | Viator Travel Guide

    Cairns Australia – Top Things To Do

    Watch this great video covering the top things to do in Cairns, Queensland, Australia. Cairns considered the gateway to Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, is a city in tropical Far North Queensland. Its Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park tells the stories of indigenous Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with music and dance. Cairns Esplanade, lined with […] More

  • The Whitsunday Islands - Travel Deeper Australia (Ep. 6)

    Whitsunday Islands Travel Guide

    The Whitsunday Islands in Queensland, Australia is home to the most beautiful beaches I have ever seen. From the famous Whitehaven Beach and Hill Inlet to Daydream Island and the village of Airlie Beach, there are so many things to do in the Whitsunday Islands! The 74 Whitsunday Islands lie between the northeast coast of […] More

  • Townsville Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

    Townsville Vacation Travel Guide

    The Australian city of Townsville sits on the sun-drenched coastline of Queensland, around 400 miles north of the state capital, Brisbane. First established as a port town in 1866, Townsville quickly blossomed. Take a walk along Flinders Street and admire some of Australia’s finest 19th-century buildings, including gracious pubs, which have been serving up ice-cold […] More

  • Brisbane Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

    Brisbane Vacation Travel Guide

    Brisbane – This city is best any time of year. As the capital of Australia’s sunshine state, a typical Brisbane day promises to be no less than perfect. Check out the city favorites, here. A Brisbane vacation is marked by parks, coastline, gardens, and more. Whether you want to play in the water or partake […] More

  • Gold Coast Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

    Gold Coast Travel Guide

    Welcome to the newest video in our Australian Video series where we look to provide you with guided insight into the stunning Australian State of Queensland. Australia’s Gold Coast is in the heart of subtropical Queensland, rife with natural beauty and a human spirit dedicated to vitality, fun, and enjoying life. The skyline of Gold […] More

  • what areas are classified regional for Australian migration purposes

    The Definitive Guide To What Is Considered Regional Australia

    Regional Australia is a beautiful place with its quaint country towns, friendly pubs and easy-going nature. For some people looking to migrate to Australia, the thoughts of a more rural lifestyle are enough to encourage them to call these regional areas in Australia home. On the other hand, for those struggling with gathering sufficient points […] More

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    Queensland’s State Migration – Eligible Occupations List Updated

    The Queensland State Government has recently updated their state skilled immigration program, including a list of eligible occupations for sponsorship. According to Senator Chris Bowen, the Gillard Government has a formal commitment to supporting the Australian economy by attracting more skilled migrants who can positively contribute to the workforce and this plan is one of […] More

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    Male and Single? Another reason to move to Australia

    According to the good folks over at the BBC, if your male and single then you’ll benefit from an apparent ‘man drought’ which is hitting Australia. An analysis of new census figures has shown there are almost 100,000 more females than males in Australia. The problem is worse in the coastal cities, where women have […] More