26 Jul 2016

What to Expect When Emigrating to Perth Australia

Information on Emigrating to Australia

Consistently taking a spot in the list of the top 10 liveable cities in the world, Perth shows some real promise as a great place for relocation. Who wouldn’t want to enjoy the lifestyle the city can offer?

What’s it like living in Perth?

Travelling and Commuting Around Perth

Unlike Melbourne and Sydney, Perth is situated in Australia’s largest state, Western Australia (WA). Regardless of where you live in the city, commuting could take a while because of the long distances. If you’re considering moving to Perth then you’ll most likely find a car very useful. Due to the low population there really isn’t much traffic, so driving long distances won’t take that long!

Climate of Perth Australia

With a Mediterranean-type climate all year round, spending time outdoors is a must in Perth, especially because there are a lot of activities you and your family can indulge in.

There are lots of sandy beaches where you can swim, surf or windsurf or wakeboard. But it’s not just water sports you can do in and around Perth, there are also cycle trails for the average cyclist, parks for the picnic lovers, wildlife and nature reserves for the nature lover, and lots of other things in between.

Family Entertainment In Perth

For the children, there’s the Adventure World and the Perth Zoo. And you’ll also find great schools, kindergartens, and regular family friendly events to keep you entertained all year round! Find out more about family visas for Australia.

Perth Culture

Perth is one culturally diverse city where diversity is part and parcel of the city. You’ll find people from all over the world in Perth, including a huge British expat community, and Asian and other European migrants. This makes for a fantastic blend of cultures and cuisines, as well as a wonderful blended community.

Where to live near Perth

If you’re ready to make the move to Perth then think about where you’d like to live near Perth. Some of the best areas near the city include Victoria Park, Subiaco and North Perth. If you’d rather live further out from the city without sacrificing an easy commute, Parkeville and Kalamunda will give you the kind of environment you are looking for, but not the long-distance trip.

Applying for your visa to live in and work in Perth

Now that you’ve read about how great Perth is, then you’re probably wondering where to sign up. Well by speaking with a local Perth migration agent they’ll be able to help point you in the right direction and get the ball rolling on the visa application process for Australia.

IF you’re serious about emigrating to Australia, or simply want to find out more contact one of our migration agents today at

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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