Australia, also known as the Land Down Under, is home to a plethora of breath taking, spectacular and truly incredible natural and man-made features. Sydney, Melbourne, and other coastal cities offer many attractions and will provide a welcome respite from the rigors of travelling the countryside. Travel by train or car is equally rewarding but you will need to use air travel if you hope to crisscross the country during a two-week holiday.

Australia is a country of “doers” and you will enjoy it most if you get out and mix with the locals. If you have time, try to walk, hike, scuba, or bicycle to gain an understanding of why Australia is such a wonderful country to live.

Make sure your arrival in Australia goes smoothly with our guide to customs and visa regulations. You should check for the latest updates on the relevant government websites.

Tourist Info

Capital Cities
Every Australian state capital has something different to offer, with many of them listed in the world’s top 10 most liveable cities. From stunning harbour surroundings to cosmopolitan cafĂ© suburbs, from sun-drenched beaches to the energetic nightlife, you’ll love every piece of Australia. view more


Australia has a wide range of programs that enable people from all corners of the globe to work in this resource-rich country.

Unless you are an Australian or New Zealand citizen, you will need a visa to enter Australia. New Zealand passport holders can apply for a visa upon arrival in the country. All other passport holders must apply for a visa before leaving home. read more