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Australia is characterized by its diversity in wild animals like crocodile, kangaroo, koala, snakes, spiders etc.

We have more than 800 species of birds in Australia, and about half cannot be found anywhere else.

Australia also has more than 140 species of marsupials, including kangaroos, wallabies, koalas, and wombats. Our 55 different native species of kangaroos and wallabies vary greatly in size and weight.

Australia’s mammalian wildlife is unique from the rest of the world. The dingo, or wild dog, is our largest carnivorous mammal.


Australia is green, it has beautiful natural parks and within the cities there is not a single street without a tree.

Australia has some of the world’s most distinctive and diverse natural environments. You’ll find unique wildlife and spectacular landscapes, including many national parks and World Heritage Areas. Here are just a few of Australia’s natural experiences you won’t want to miss.



You have the chance to study and work while practicing your English. The opportunities are here for you to explore, but it is important that you know where to find the right information.  You can set and reach whatever goal you want because Australia is a country of abundant wealth with great opportunities.  Come once, come all we are here to help you achieve that GOAL.


Australia is characterized by its rules and laws, here the law has to be respected, and that is why this country is as safe as it is. Everyone help to keep this and the authorities work on that every day. As an international student you have to respect the law and the rules, follow them in each aspect, for instance: when crossing the street, when using your bike, when driving your car, when working, when going to study. Always that you keep this in mind your life will be way more easier and on the other hand you will avoid penalties that can affect your pocket.