From cosmopolitan cities to pristine beaches and the red deserts of the outback. Australia is a diverse and unique country that boasts not only a range of iconic animals such as Kangaroos and Koalas, but also a multicultural population that has something to offer everyone.
With 6 states – New South Wales (NSW), Queensland (QLD), South Australia (SA), Victoria (VIC), Tasmania (TAS), and Western Australia (WA) and 2 major territories – Australian Capital Territory (ACT) and the Northern Territory (NT). Australia has a lot to offer in terms of excellent career opportunities, quality of life, good education system and lifestyle.
To help you discover your ideal location below we have given some information on the locations we have clinics around Australia, why not take a look.
NEW SOUTH WALES (NSW)
New South Wales is in the south-east part of Australia and is the most populous and heavily industrialised State with a highly urbanised population. With a contrasting landscape discover spectacular beaches, the sun burnt outback, dramatic Snowy Mountains and rolling hills New South Wales is a state with a lot to offer. Click to find out more – Visit NSW
Sydney is the state capital of New South Wales, located on Australia’s east coast. The Sydney metropolitan area surrounds the worlds largest natural harbour and spreads west towards the Majestic Blue Mountains. Home to the Sydney Opera House, The Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney is often referred to as one of the most beautiful harbours in the world.
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Located north of Sydney, Port Macquarie is a beautiful coastal destination with rocky headlands and neighbouring the banks of the Hastings River estuary it is a paradise for anyone that loves the water with an excellent mix of riverside and coastal living. On the coast your can enjoy watching the whales off the coast and the dolphins playing in the ocean. For those that love their water activities there is water skiing and jet boats on the river .Click to find out more – Port Macquaire
Wollongong is a seaside city located in the Illawarra region of NSW and lies on the narrow coastal strip between the Illawarra Escarpment and the Pacific Ocean. Wollongong is where the mountains meet the sea, the Illawarra Escarpment is the Great Dividing Range as it adjoins the coast with its dramatic cliff and spectacular lookouts. If you enjoy the great outdoors then this is the destination for you.Click to find out more – Tourism Wollongong
AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY (ACT)
Australian Capital Territory is one of the two mainland territories of Australia and home of Canberra the capital of Australia and the Australian Federal Government. Located within the state of New South Wales it is the smaller of the two mainland territories. Canberra was selected for the location of the nation’s capital in 1908 as a compromise between rival cities Sydney and Melbourne, Australia’s two largest cities. Click to find out more – Australian Capital Territory
Canberra is the capital of Australia located in the ACT. Canberra is laid out around an artificial lake, Lake Burley Griffin and is home to some of Australia’s special treasures like the Australian War Memorial, National Gallery of Australia which houses the largest collection of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Collection, Australian Parliament House, and many more attractions. There is always plenty to do in Canberra and is a great location to live.Click to find out more – Tourism Canberra
Situated in the north-east of the country, Queensland is often referred to as the holiday state in Australia and has a variety of destinations for the perfect holiday, from Surfers Paradise, Cairns, Brisbane, Townsville, Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast, with the Great Barrier Reef, Many islands along the coast, numerous beaches, rainforests and National Parks there is something for everyone. Click to find out more – Tourism Queensland
Brisbane is the capital city for the holiday state and even boasts Australia’s only inner-city, man-made beach located in the Cultural South Bank. The Brisbane River winds through Brisbane and surrounding suburbs. There are 16 major bridges that cross the river including the Story Bridge. The CityCat ferry service collects and delivers passengers along the inner-city reaches of the river stopping at the many terminals along the bank and is a great way to take in the beauty of Brisbane.
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Hervey Bay is a natural bay located between the Queensland Mainland and nearby Fraser Island, approximately 290 kilometers north of Brisbane. Often referred to as the jewel in Queensland’s crown, Hervey Bay is also known as one of the Whale Watching Capitals of the world. The majestic humpback whale has made Hervey Bay a regular stop on the annual migration to Antarctica. The humpback whale is one of the most active and acrobatic of the species and they provide an awesome sight with their antics including spectacular displays of breaching and tail flapping making Hervey Bay a popular place for tourists and naturalists.
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The Gold Coast is a busy and vibrant city very much centred on tourism. Known as Australia’s fun capital there is something for everyone at the Gold Coast from the many golden surf beaches, hiking through the hinterland, wandering through the many galleries and exhibitions, visiting one of the many animal sanctuary’s or an action packed day at some of the world’s best theme parks there is always something to do.
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The Sunshine Coast is a large metropolitan area of Queensland aproximatley 100 kilometers from Brisbane the states capital city. Some of the popular locations in this area are Mooloolaba, Marcoola, Noosa, Coolum, Kwana & Caloundra to name a few. Sunshine Coast is home to the world famous Australia Zoo, historic town and villages of Maleny, Montville and surrounding areas with its beautiful beaches, national parks it is a wonderful place to live and explore.
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Located in Moreton Bay, Bribie Island is unique in that it is the only Island in the group you can drive to with a bridge connecting it to the mainland. Bribie is a picturesque location with pristine beaches. In the distance you can see the majestic Glass House Mountains. The Pumicestone passage is the shallow waterway between the island and the mainland and this whole area is home to some amazing flora and fauna making it a great location for families.
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The Townsville region is a vibrant mix of World Heritage rainforests & reefs, sandy beaches, outback towns, and islands packed with interesting flora and fauna. Basking In more than 300 days of sunshine each year Townsville has something for everyone.
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Located in the Tropical North of Queensland is Cairns known as the Gateway to the Great Barrier Reef. Cairns is one of Australia’s top five tourist destinations for international and domestic travellers. Cairns is able to offer beautiful scenic panoramas, pristine beaches, and World Heritage Listed Rainforest. There is definitely something there for everyone. Click to find out more – Cairns
Mackay is located midway along the coast of Queensland. There are plenty of things to see and do. Whether it be exploring the Great Barrier Reef and Islands, Rainforest, or a leisurely coffee in one of the many cafes, Mackay is a beautiful area to live in and explore. You may even see their beach loving wallabies lounging in the sand. Click to find out more – Tourism Mackay
Victoria is the second smallest state located in the South east of Australia mainland and is the most densely populated state in Australia. There is plenty to see and do in Victoria starting with the states capital Melbourne with great shopping, food, sports, Arts & Theatre. You can then escape the hustle and bustle of the city and take in the spectacular coast of the Great Ocean Road or Mornington Peninsula, or head inland to the Grampians for some camping, or the historic towns of Bendigo and Ballarat to find out about the Victorian Gold Rush. These are just a few things Victoria has to offer. Click to find out more – Visit Victoria
Melbourne is the capital city of Victoria, located on the east coast of Australia. Melbourne is Australia’s hub of sport, style and culture. Often referred to as the fashion capital of Australia, Melbourne offers great shopping, restaurants, theatre & exhibitions. The Yarra River runs through Melbourne and along some of the great sights of Melbourne including Southgate Arts and Leisure Complex, Royal Botanic Gardens, Melbourne Cricket Ground, Crown Entertainment Complex, Arts Centre, Melbourne Aquarium, Federation Square and Melbourne Park Sports venues. There is something for everyone in this cosmopolitan city.
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Mornington is a picturesque seaside town located on the Mornington Peninsula, Victoria. Located approximately 70 kilometers from Melbourne the capital city of Victoria it is the perfect seaside escape with everything the Mornington peninsula has to offer at your doorstep and the convenience of less than an hours drive to the bustling city of Melbourne.
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Bendigo is a beautiful historic town in central Victoria approximately 150 kilometres north west of Victoria’s capital city Melbourne. Bendigo was the place of one of the worlds most exciting gold rushes with more gold found there between 1850 and 1900 than anywhere else in the world. Bendigo is the fourth largest inland city in Australia and with its history, beautiful parks and surrounding areas has a lot to offer and a great place to raise a family. Click to find out more – Tourism Bendigo
Situated in the rich dairying and fruit growing region of the Goulburn Valley, Shepparton is home to the unique Mooving Art collection of colourful fibreglass cows dotted in and around Shepparton. With nearby rivers and lakes and picturesque countryside, Shepparton is a wonderful place to raise a family. Click to find out more – Shepparton.
Located in the southern central part of Australia is the aptly named state of South Australia. It is the fourth largest state of Australia and is the only state to share its borders with 5 other states / territories, Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, Western Australia and Northern Territory. South Australia has some unique places to visit such as Cobber Pedy the opal capital of the world, Kangaroo Island with its amazing wildlife, beautiful coastline and native bushland, the Barossa Valley world famous wine district, dramatic coastline of the Great Australian Bight, Coastal towns of the Eyre Peninsula, Yorke Peninsula & Fleurieu Peninsula, and Limestone coastal region and the beautiful relaxing Riverland with the Murray river meandering its way through the state from Renmark and empties into the Southern Ocean near Goolwa. There truly is something for everyone. Click to find out more – Visit South Australia
Adelaide is the capital city of South Australia and is situated north of the Fleurieu Peninsula on the Adelaide Plains between the Gulf f St Vincent and the low lying Mount Lofty Ranges which surround this beautiful city. Adelaide is a well planned city surrounded by a ring of parks know as the Adelaide Parklands, the River Torrens winds its way through the city with the Adelaide Festival Theatre, Exhibition & Convention Centre, Adelaide Zoo and University of Adelaide all lining its banks. Take a trip on the tram to Glenelg Beach or a day trip in the Adelaide Hills and visit the Historic German Town of Hahndorf. Adelaide is a beautiful relaxed city and ideal location to raise a family. Click to find out more – Adelaide
Goolwa & Victor Harbor
Part of the Fleurieu Peninsula located approx. 83 kilometers South of Adelaide is the Historic River Port of Goolwa. Goolwa is at the Murray Mouth where the River Murray meets the Southern Ocean. It is also the Gateway to the internationally known Coorong famous for the amazing bird life with over 215 species recorded in the park. Goolwa is also 19 kilometers from Victor Harbor a popular seaside town for the people of South Australia. It is a great area to live and raise a family especially if you love the great outdoors and its close proximity to the capital city of Adelaide gives you the best of both worlds. Click to find out more – Fleurieu Peninsula
NORTHERN TERRITORY (NT)
The Northern Territory is one of the mainland territories of Australia. Located in the centre and central northern regions of Australia it shares its borders with Western Australia, South Australia and Queensland. The Northern Territory is a popular destination for travellers keen to experience Australia’s Outback. There is the red sandy desert of Alice Springs home of Uluru / Ayers Rock, the golden plains of Tennant Creek, the savannah woodlands surrounding Katherine and the lush green tropics of Darwin and Kakadu. The Northern Territory has a rich indigenous culture and the Aboriginal people hold a spiritual connection to the land that dates back tens of thousands of years and is a great place to experience their culture. Click to find out more – Tourism NT
Darwin is the capital city of the Northern Territory situated on the Timor Sea and the most relaxed capital city of Australia. Darwin is all about exploring nature with the famous Kakadu and Litchfield National Parks only a few hours drive away. Darwin is Australia’s gateway to Asia and provides more options when planning your holidays with destinations such as Bali (Indonesia) easily accessible. With beautiful parks and gardens, pristine beaches, museums, galleries and festivals there is plenty to do in Darwin.
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WESTERN AUSTRALIA (WA)
Western Australia is Australia’s largest state occupying the entire western third of Australia. It is bounded by the Indian Ocean to the north and west, the Great Australian Bight and Southern Ocean to the south and the Northern Territory to the north east and South Australia to the south east. A large part of Western Australia, the central two-thirds is arid and sparsely inhabited with most of the state’s inhabitants in the south-west area of the state. Take in such sites as Rottnest Island, Wave Rock, The Pinnacles, and historic Fremantle. The south-west coastal area has a Mediterranean climate and is a beautiful area of Australia to settle in and raise a family. Click to find out more – Tourism Western Australia
Perth is the capital of Western Australia and has the stunning Swan River which winds its way from the Darling Scarp to the beautiful historic seaside town of Fremantle. Perth is the perfect place for outdoor activities like cycling along the foreshore, playing volleyball on one of the many beaches, kayaking through the Swan Valley, watching the sunset over the city from Kings Park, or escaping to the picturesque Margaret River wine region the beautiful weather makes this possible almost year-round.
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Further south of Fremantle is Rockingham a beautiful town offering the perfect seaside escape. Some of the activities that could tempt you are sailing a yacht within the protected bays, recreational boat and jetty fishing, beautiful beaches to swim or walk along, diving off one of the many neighbouring islands or swimming with the wild dolphins that live in the area. A beautiful location to get the work life balance you have always wanted.
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Mandurah is located approximately 75 kms south of Perth and another great location for that seaside escape. Pristine beaches, excellent fishing off the outer reefs and extensive population of large crabs earning Mandurah the name of Crab City. With less than an hours travel to Perth, Mandurah provides the best of both worlds, great location for that work life balance we are all chasing.
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