Working and Living Australia

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New Holland Publishers, 2005 - Business & Economics - 246 pages
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With Cadogan's new Working & Living: Australia available, the move to this striking country will go as smoothly as possible. Everything readers need to know about living and working in Australia is covered in this invaluable guide, from gaining visas and work permits to Internet services available. Detailed advice helps them put their dream of moving to Australia into practice, with details on how to buy a house, get a job, and find schools. Case studies of people who have already made the move Down Under are dotted throughout the text, giving them a personal insight into how life will change, and fascinating facts about Australia provide small, quirky snapshots of this spectacular country.
 

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Contents

Getting to Know
26
Europeans 11
32
Climate Geography
38
Food and Drink 23
45
The Amber Nectar 30
52
03
77
04
83
By Sea
95
Money and Banking 130
Social Services
Bars and Cafes 144
Crime and the Police 159
Education 172
Australia 183
Taxation 208
References 215

Business Visas
101
Summary
108
Home Utilities 121

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About the author (2005)

Jane Egginton is an award-winning travel writer and photographer who has been writing and editing guide books for more than fifteen years. A member of the British Guild of Travel Writers, she produces glossy, highly illustrated coffee-table books and comprehensive, fact-filled publications, as well as destination articles for international and national magazines and newspapers. She has lived and worked in Australia and dreams of swapping her small North London flat for a four bedroom house by the beach in Sydney.

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