Why Australia

Why Australia

Australia is the 6th largest country by total area. It possesses a wide ranging depth of landscapes, from breathtaking coastlines, vibrant modern cities, vast countryside to evergreen highlands.

The economy and political landscape of Australia is progressive and stable. Australia has enjoyed a long period of prosperity due to its rich landscape. Mining for precious metals, raw materials and oil ensure Australia’s wealth and good fortune is guaranteed for many generations to come.

Australia is also a leading superpower in the race of new technologies and enterprise.

The culture of Australian inhabitants is rich and diverse. The current population is 23 Million. Its government and people encourage immigration to Australia.

Following World War I, the country’s population has quadrupled. This influx is not planning on slowing down, it is projected that by 2050 Australia’s population will have grown to reach approximately 42 Million.

Why Australia

Australia is made up of 6 States:

  • New South Wales
  • Queensland
  • South Australia
  • Tasmania
  • Victoria
  • Western Australia

Over 60% of the population of Australia is held within it’s 5 biggest cities: Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth and Adelaide. These growing metropoles are a constant lifeblood of opportunity for the country’s inhabitants.

Australia has the third highest life expectancy for males and the seventh highest life expectancy for women. The healthcare system is wide renowned to be one of the best in the world.