For those who are searching for places that can change their lives for the better, Australia is definitely that location. It is more than a place where one can make it, but a country that prides itself on the idea of freedom with the ability to speak your mind without fear, to worship the God of your choosing, and to feel safe and secure in your own home. It encourages people to get an education and become entrepreneurs.

The grass is greener in Australia. If you are planning to make a move outside your home country, Australia should be on the top of your list as a place to make your dreams a reality.


While other nations have experienced severe financial setbacks since the global meltdown in 2008, Australia has managed to survive and thrive. Australia is the new land of opportunity and can give you the start to your exceptional life!

Did you know…?

  • Australia is ranked as the top 5 happiest places to live (Forbes.com).
  • Australia is one of the most multicultural countries in the world with 25% of its population was born overseas and around 40% have one parent born from a foreign country.
  • Experts predict that Australia will be facing worker shortage of nearly 200,000 people. In the next year or two people will be retiring and there is not enough people to fill these positions.
  • Coface rated Australia as one of the 10 strongest economies in the world.
  • The Australian economy has avoided a recession for the last 19 years and its dollar is one of the strongest currencies in the world today.

The Home of the Immigrant

The name Australia is from the Latin term “Terra Australia” or “Southern Land”. It is almost the size of the United States with over 21 million people living in it; less than 10% of the U.S. population.

Australia’s Western European immigrant roots began with the convicts of England. It was the only continent colonized by Europeans as a prison. Almost 225 years later, she has become the home of the immigrant with a robust economy and a government determined to import the best citizenry of the world. Over 6.9 million people have immigrated Australia since 1945.

Australia is a classless society, a place that began with few people brought together by a common purpose that built a prosperous nation in a remarkably short amount of time and against all the odds. Australia has become one of the most powerful and progressive nations in the world. This is nothing short of a miracle.

By 2015, more Australians will retire than will join the workforce, having a significant impact for economic growth and the government treasury as older Australians move to retirement and labor participation rates drop. Australia is facing a skilled workers’ shortage and you may be the person this country is looking for.