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6 Jul 2016

Things to know before moving to Perth

If you’ve made the decision to move to Perth, then you’re probably quite excited about the prospect of good weather and affordable housing.

As you may know there is a sizeable expat community in Perth, Western Australia, so it’s quite likely you’ll meet a few UK citizens as well as Irish and Americans once you move to Perth.

What To Expect When You Move To Perth

The Weather In Perth

Fed up of rainy old Britain and talk about the weather constantly? Well that won’t change much as everyone still discusses the weather. Be it human nature, or a fixation on how much rain or sun you’ll get. Everyone still discusses the weather in Perth, so rest assured, there’s always a familiar conversation starter when you need one.

Public Transport in Perth

A great reason to move to Perth is the fantastic public transport. Whether you’ve chosen to settle in a suburb just outside of Perth or are fairly close to the Perth CBD you can catch the train to central Perth easily or take the CAT bus between inner city stops.

Job Opportunities in Perth

With a thriving economy, there are lots of job opportunities in Perth. From corporate jobs to skilled labourer jobs in Perth, you can be sure that if you’re skills meet the requirement of the Skilled Occupation List then there’s probably a job for you in Perth.

Visas For Perth

If you are considering moving to Perth then you will need to seek out a Perth migration agent to assist you with your visa application for Australia. Whether you need a corporate visa, sponsorship visa, or 457 visa a Perth migration agent will ensure the process of applying for your visa goes as smoothly as possible.

FOR INFORMATION AND ADVICE ON VISAS FOR AUSTRALIA CONTACT A PERTH MIGRATION AGENT TODAY AT HELLO@IMMIGRACIOUS.COM.AU


Sheila Woods

Posted by: Sheila Woods

A very experienced migration agent, Sheila has always been fascinated by this field. Her university degree thesis was on Australia’s post-war immigration history (and it earned her first-class honours).


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