Life in Australia

Australia lives up to its stereotype – Sun, fun, beaches, and friendly people everywhere. Australia is the perfect country for those who love to enjoy life but at the same time, want to live in an efficient and cutting-edge country. It is also Known for its easy-going lifestyle.

Australians find the perfect balance between efficient productive student lives, work-lives and fun-filled social lives with a strong focus on well-being!

Australia always have been first choice of international students to pursue their higher level of education because of quality of life, unrivalled natural beauty, opportunities, and open country with an ever-growing economy.

Also, Australia is setting the international standards for excellence in education. The Australian education sector comprises the world-leading education institutions, premium training facilities, and outstanding lecturers and student support services.

Surry Hills

Surry Hills has been gentrified but for the most part hasn’t lost its uniqueness. It’s home to people from all walks of life, a real community spirit here. A thriving city with a huge range of great cafes, restaurants, fine dining, small bars & pubs, art galleries, dog parks, bike paths, a great primary school, excellent gyms & yoga schools, lively markets, no need for a car etc.

We recommend you purchase an opal Card for travel between trains, buses, ferries, and trams


Adelaide is the capital of South Australia. A vibrant city life, arts, music, wine, multicultural food and many annual festivals are what makes Adelaide one of the best Australian cities to visit. Adelaide is bursting with culture, flavors, events, and entertainment. A diverse range of landscapes surround the city, including green parkland, the Mount Lofty Ranges, and coastal beaches. With a population of over one million, Adelaide is known as the 20-minute city. The airport is just 7km away and Adelaide Hills and the beaches are no more than half an hour away, making it Australia’s most livable city.

We recommend you purchase Adelaide Metro Card for travel between trains, busses, and trams.


Melbourne The municipality of Melbourne includes metropolitan Melbourne’s innermost suburbs, including the central city. It’s the gateway to Victoria, the seat of the Victorian Government and headquarters to many local, national, and international companies. You’ll need either a myki or paper ticket to travel on public transport like trains, busses and trams in Melbourne and regional Victoria.

Perth Australia

Perth Australia has everything you need to experience a fabulous holiday. 3000 hours of sunshine a year, friendly locals, historic attractions and relaxed alfresco dining offering world class food and wine. Perth offers abundant restaurants, pubs, bars, night markets, cafes, art galleries, theatre, and exhibitions. The city is also surrounded by a number of ‘urban’ villages such as SubiacoLeeder Ville and Mt Lawley, all offering a different inner city feel.

We recommend you purchase a Smart Rider for travel between trains, buses, ferries, and trams.