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So it’s time to pack your bags, start saying goodbye to your family and friends to start your international project in Australia. And if the uncertainty made you think about postponing the paperwork and your trip, leave those ideas behind: this is the time for you to start your process with confidence!
In order for you to have everything clearer and to reactivate your international academic project with confidence, we have prepared an abc of everything you need to know about Australia’s open borders for international students.
All international students who are eligible visa holders and are fully vaccinated (if your vaccination requires two doses, you must have both). Similarly, humanitarian workers, skilled workers, temporary family visa holders and working holiday visa holders will be able to enter the country.
Although the Australian Prime Minister, Scott Morrison, had announced that as of December 1, 2021, all student visa holders who are fully vaccinated would be able to travel to Australia without the need to apply for a travel exemption, this decision had to be postponed until December 15, 2021.
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Travel to Australia offers the traveler its natural beauty with the spectacular islands and resorts of the Great Barrier Reef, the desert, known as the Red Heart and its strong Aboriginal culture and Queensland, for many the true spirit of Australia.
The world is an exciting place and we want you to enjoy it as much as we have done in each of our adventures and in all the trips we have organized for more than 2000 clients.
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Thinking of coming to Australia? Then grab a pen and paper and take note of these tips for traveling to Australia, they will come in handy and may even get you out of trouble at any given moment!
Be very careful with excess baggage, every extra kilo costs an arm and a leg… and think that you will want to bring a lot of things back. We leave you this article that will help you to prepare your suitcase for Australia.
Australian customs is quite strict and there are many things you can’t bring back with you. For example, you may not be able to bring in the medication you are taking without a doctor’s note. So, take a look at this article about bringing medication into Australia.
Always keep it in mind, because at first it is strange and the natural thing is that you will drive as you drive in your country as a reflex… but no! Here are some tips for you to get the hang of it quickly.
Watch out for kangaroos, wombats and other animals because they cause quite a few accidents when they cross the roads. It is not a good idea to drive on secondary roads in poor light, to the point that there are some areas where insurance does not even cover accidents in time slots such as dusk and dusk.
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If you are planning to go on vacation to Canberra, you can’t miss the Australian War Memorial dedicated to the members of the armed forces and organizations related to all the wars in which Australia has participated. This memorial is considered one of the most significant monuments of its kind in the world.
Nestled between the ocean and the hills, Adelaide can also be defined as the capital of “Lifestyle”. Popular for its food and wine culture (the famous Barossa Valley wine region is nearby), this elegant city is undergoing a lively development thanks to a large number of bars, festivals of international relevance and film events.