Contact us for immigration to Australia and our MARA registered migration agent and Australia immigration consultant will advise your eligibility for Australian visa, apply your Australian visa and provide comprehensive immigration service throughout the engagement period. Our fees are competitive and payable in instalments and are locked for the entire service period. Take the first step if you wish to migrate to Australia, submit Visa Enquiry Form now.

Browse through this page for brief details About Australia, Australian Migration Program and list of popular Australian Visas. Find out if Australia is the right choice for you to live, work and settle in and click on the visa categories for an overview of popular Australian visas.


Australia is a natural wonderland of beautiful beaches, crystal blue waters, amazing ancient rock formations and pristine rain forests. It's historic townships, bustling cities, vivid landscapes and exotic flora and fauna all add to its unique appeal. Much of Australia's exotic flora and fauna cannot be found anywhere else in the world and the lifestyle is second to none. No wonder Australia is the 8th popular immigration and 3rd most popular study destination in the world with China and India contributing the most migrants and international students. We give below some facts About Australia:


Aboriginal people are the first inhabitants believed to have migrated from an unknown point in Asia some 50,000 years ago. The first European settlement took place in 1788.


Australia's population is 24.6 million spread across total area of 7.7 million Km 2 and one of the lowest population density in the world at 3.2 people per Km 2.


Australia is an island continent and is the sixth largest country. It lies between Indian and Pacific oceans and is approximately 4,000 Km from East to West and 3,200 Km from North to South and coastline of 36,735 Km. long.


The climate varies widely, but by far the largest part of Australia is desert or semi-arid lands. The south-east and south-west corners have a temperate climate and the north has a tropical climate. The warmest months are December to March and winter is from June to August.


Australia is one of the most laissez-faire capitalist economies with GDP of AUD 1.6 trillion and Per Capita GDP of USD 54,286 in 2017. It has a relatively high standard of living and in 2017 ranked 5th in the overall Index of Economic Freedom.


The living expense varies according to individual lifestyle and there is no 'one size fits all' estimate. As a rough guide though, a household of four persons would be looking at an expense of roughly $50,000 - $60,000 per annum.


Australian cities offer a wide range of housing options from a single house on a block of land in the suburb of a big city or a flat in a high-rise block in an inner city area to a house on a large block of land in a rural area. The price of housing varies considerably between cities and within each city.


School is compulsory for children aged between 5-15 years. Public schooling is free and users pay fees for private schooling. Tertiary education is government funded. While Universities are teaching and research institutions, VET and TAFE education prepares people for work in many occupations.


Australia has a hybrid system of health care, private and public. Public Health care is administered by Medicare which provides universal access to free public hospital care and assistance with doctors fees, including specialists, participating optometrists or specified dental services.


Worldwide income is taxed in Australia. However Australia has double taxation agreements with a number of countries to avoid income being taxed twice.


Australians drive on the left side of the road and maximum speed limit is 110 Km. You can drive on an International Driving Permit during the 12 month validity period of IDP.


  • 15 Nobel Prize Laureates are from Australia;
  • 16 world heritage listed properties are in Australia;
  • refrigeration, penicillin, ultrasound, flight recorders and word 'selfie' were all invented by Australians;
  • Australia ranks high in world rankings for...
    • safest country for women (ranked 1st);
    • most popular study destination (ranked 2nd);
    • average adult wealth (ranked 3rd);
    • best country to migrate (ranked 4th);
    • quality of life (ranked 5th).


For the year July 2019 to June 2020, the Permanent Migration Program is set at 160,000 places with maximum places (67.92%) allocated to Skilled Migration (108,682), 30.8% to Family Migration (57,400), 565 to Special Eligibility and 3,485 to Child (uncapped).


For an overview of popular Australia Visas, click on the visa link or visa slides below:

General Skilled Migration

  • Skilled Independent Visa
  • Skilled Nominated Visa
  • Skilled Regional (Provisional) Visa
  • Skilled Independent (New Zealand) Stream

Australia Work Visa

  • Temporary Work Skilled Visa
  • Employer Nomination Scheme
  • Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme

Australia Business Visa

  • Business Innovation Stream
  • Business Investor Stream
  • Significant Investor Stream

Australia Partner Visa

  • Partner (Provisional) Visa
  • Partner (Migrant) Visa
  • Prospective Marriage Visa
  • New Zealand Citizen Family Relationship Visa

Australia Parent Visa

  • Parent Visa
  • Remaining Relative Visa
  • Aged Dependent Relative Visa

Australia Resident Return Visa

  • Five Year Resident Return Visa
  • Three Month Resident Return Visa


For free initial assessment of your visa eligibility and cost, submit Visa Enquiry Form.

Australia Skilled Migration (GSM)

General Skilled Migration (GSM) is points based two-step invitation only permanent residence (PR) visa program for skilled workers wishing to migrate and live, work and settle in ..

Australia Work Visa

Australian employer sponsored work visa is for skilled workers who are sponsored by an Australian business and have skilled job offer from an Australian employer to work in Austra..

Australia Business Visa

If you are an experienced business owner or investor and wish to establish a new business or buy an existing business or invest in Australia, you could qualify for Australian busi..

Australia Partner Visa

You may qualify for Australian Partner visa if you are a Spouse or Fiance of or in de facto relationship (including same-sex relationship) with an Australian permanent resident or..

Australia Parent Visa

Family visas allow relatives of Australian citizens, Australian permanent residents and eligible New Zealand citizens settled in Australia to secure permanent residence and live a..

Australia Resident Return Visa (RRV)

As a permanent resident, you can live and work indefinitely in Australia. However your permanent resident visa allows you to leave and re-enter Australia multiple times during the..

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