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10/26 Orchid Avenue, Surfer Paradise
Gold Coast, Queensland 
​QLD 4217

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Byron Bay, New South Wales NSW 2481

 

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"YOU HAVE TO GET LOST BEFORE YOU CAN BE FOUND."

Jeff Rasley

GOLD COAST

 

Located on the east coast of Australia, Gold Coast has the best schools and universities and is one of the most popular destinations for students.

Famous for being a surfing spot, the long beaches and an elaborate waterway system are the trademark of Queensland's "Eye Girl".

In land, trail rides cross the mountain valleys in National Parks that house rare birds and rainforests.

From the iconic Surfers Paradise beach to the gastronomic points at Main Beach and Broadbeach, there is a new experience waiting for you at every corner of Gold Coast. Theme parks, world-renowned beaches and year-round sunshine are just a few of the reasons why more than 22 million visitors flock to the golden coast of Australia every year.

POPULATION:

576,918 (2016)

UNEMPLOYMENT

4.62% (2018)

AVERAGE WAGES GOLD COAST:

AVERAGE TEMPERATURE (Max / Min):

29º / 21º

JAN

28º / 21º

FEB

28º / 19º

MAR

26º /17º

APR

24º / 14º

21º / 11º

21º / 9º

JUN

JUL

22º / 10º

AUG

24º / 12º

SEP

25º / 15º

OCT

27º / 18º

NOV

28º / 20º

DEC

MAY

BYRON BAY

Located on north of the state of New South Wales, we can sum up the city as a cauldron of surf culture, with extensive beaches and lush tropical forests.

The alternative philosophies of Byron Bay charms everyone who visits it and is a must-see tourist spot for vacationers or even living in Australia. With its hippie atmosphere, beautiful beaches and lively summer evenings the fun around here is guaranteed!

Watching the incredible sunset from the Byron Lighthouse, located at the easternmost point of Australia, is one of the major sightseeing tours.
Byron Bay is the right choice for those who love to stay close to nature and enjoy life in a good way! Discover Byron Bay.

 

POPULATION:

5,521 (2016)

UNEMPLOYMENT

4.97% (2018)

AVERAGE WAGES BYRON BAY:

AVERAGE TEMPERATURE (Max / Min):

28º / 21º

JAN

27º / 21º

FEB

26º / 20º

MAR

24º / 17º

APR

21º / 15º

MAY

19º / 13º

19º / 12º

JUN

JUL

20º / 13º

AUG

22º / 15º

SEP

24º / 17º

OCT

25º / 19º

NOV

26º / 20º

DEC

 

BRISBANE

The charming and sunny Brisbane is the third largest city in the country. Safe and planned, it’s the destiny of students who want to acquire knowledge in great educational institutions.
 

Excellent infrastructure and quality public transport is also a great request for those who like to cycle and enjoy to know their beautiful parks, nature is everywhere and it invites to a picnic or a coffee in the Australian style.

Students can have an enriching experience with this "outdoor lifestyle". You can have a relaxing day on the artificial beach of Southbank and enjoy the night bustling nightlife of Brisbane, have you ever thought how good would it be to live this vibrant lifestyle?

Come with Yooz, we'll tell you how!

POPULATION

UNEMPLOYMENT

2.420.000 (2017)

4.62%

AVERAGE WAGES BRISBANE:

TEMPERATURA MÉDIA (Max / Min):

30º / 22º

JAN

29º / 21º

FEB

29º / 20º

MAR

27º / 18º

APR

24º / 15º

MAY

21º / 15º

21º / 12º

JUN

JUL

22º / 11º

AUG

24º / 14º

SEP

26º / 16º

OCT

28º / 18º

NOV

29º / 21º

DEC

SYDNEY

 

One of the most well-known metropolis on the planet and also the largest city in Australia. The capital of New South Wales state is the darling of the country and has more than 5 million inhabitants.

Located on the south-east coast of Australia, the inhabitants of Sydney comprise a cosmopolitan and international population of people from around the world, here you can find the best universities and schools in the country.

Students opt for Sydney for the many job opportunities. Surrounded by skyscrapers Sydney Harbor has a lot to offer to travelers from all over the world. At Circular Quay, you can visit the fantastic Botanic Garden and see a classic Australian postcard: the stunning Opera House. After catching your breath, head for the bustling Manly Beach where the excitement is daily.

 

Despite being a great metropolis, the city is organized enough that you can explore its multiple possibilities.

POPULATION

UNEMPLOYMENT

5.370.000 (2017)

3.86% (2018)

AVERAGE WAGES SIDNEY:

AVERAGE TEMPERATURE (Max / Min):

26º / 19º

JAN

26º / 19º

FEB

25º / 18º

MAR

23º / 15º

APR

20º / 21º

MAY

17º / 9º

17º / 8º

JUN

JUL

18º / 9º

AUG

20º / 11º

SEP

22º /1º

OCT

23º /16º

NOV

25º / 18º

DEC

MELBOURNE

 

Chosen the best city in the world to live for the fifth consecutive year, the capital of Victoria state is the second largest city in Australia and it’s knowns as the country's financial center.

With a strong and growing economy, which attracts students by the facility to finding a job.

Located in front of Port Phillip Bay, Melbourne is considered a cultural capital with Victorian-era architecture and towering museums, art galleries, large parks and gardens.

Local of major sporting events, Melbourne has great places to explore such as Grampians National Park, Great Ocean Road and Phillip Island where you can watch the penguin parade.

POPULATION

UNEMPLOYMENT

4.820.000 (2017)

3.5% (2018)

AVERAGE WAGES MELBOURNE:

AVERAGE TEMPERATURE (Max / Min):

26º / 16º

JAN

26º / 16º

FEB

24º / 14º

MAR

21º / 12º

APR

17º / 10º

MAY

15º / 8º

14º / 7º

JUN

JUL

15º / 8º

AUG

17º / 9º

SEP

20º / 11º

OCT

22º / 12º

NOV

24º / 14º

DEC

PERTH

 

Perth is the fourth most populous city in the country and the only Australian capital turning to Indian Ocean. With clean and favorable beaches for surfing and diving, the city is situated on the banks of the Swan River in a perfect landscape for postcards.

It’s currently one of the fastest growing cities in the country, attracting many students every year.

Perth offers tranquility with infrastructure and good services for whom live here, rich in vegetation and varied natural beauties, with several parks, pristine beaches, museums, good restaurants, quiet climate and restless nights.

This is what you’ll find if you decide to pack your bags to other side of Australia. Perth is versatile, ideal for those who enjoy a little bit of everything.

POPULATION

UNEMPLOYMENT

2.200.000 (2017)

3.36% (2018)

AVERAGE WAGES PERTH:

AVERAGE TEMPERATURE (Max / Min):

30º / 19º

JAN

31º / 19º

FEB

29º / 18º

MAR

25º / 15º

APR

22º / 12º

MAY

19º / 11º

18º / 10º

JUN

JUL

19º / 10º

AUG

20º / 11º

SEP

22º / 13º

OCT

25º / 15º

NOV

28º / 17º

DEC

ADELAIDE

 

The capital of South Australia is an ultra-planned city, surrounded by green areas,  and restaurants.

Famous for the manufacture of wines Adelaide attracts students from all over the world, by being totally flat and being a model of urbanism. Its colonial atmosphere and elegance invites you to enjoy its many cultural events, as well as amazing festivals, museums and libraries.

A great option for those who enjoy music, literature, architecture and fine arts. You can visit wineries and explore the Australian wildlife with koalas, kangaroos and penguins in its surroundings .

Are you excited about living in Adelaide? Come chat with Yooz and we'll show you the step by step to get there!

POPULATION:

1.360.000 (2017)

UNEMPLOYMENT

6.67%. (2018)

AVERAGE WAGES ADELAIDE:

AVERAGE TEMPERATURE (Max / Min):

28º / 17º

JAN

28º / 18º

FEB

25º / 16º

MAR

22º / 14º

APR

22º / 11º

MAY

16º / 8º

16º / 9º

JUN

JUL

16º / 9º

AUG

18º / 10º

SEP

21º / 12º

OCT

23º / 13º

NOV

26º / 16º

DEC

CANBERRA

 

As such as the Brazilian capital, the Australian capital has been fully designed and built to be the capital of the country and harbor the political and historical treasures of Australia. Known for its natural vegetation, the city became a model in urbanization. The beautiful gardens and their modern and grand buildings delight all who know it.

Canberra has one of the highest per capita incomes in the country, with a gross salary, higher than the national average. The economy basically revolves around public offices that employ about 40% of the population.

Outdoor sports like golf, canoeing, parasailing and others are very common here and the nightlife is great. Going to Canberra Park is a great spring break option, where does it happen the Floriade, the largest flower event in Australia, and the Canberra Balloon Fiesta, the largest balloon festival in the Southern Hemisphere.

With excellent English language schools and internationally renowned universities, the Australian capital is a great choice to studying in Australia!

POPULATION

398,566 (2017)

UNEMPLOYMENT

 4.55% (2018)

AVERAGE WAGES CANBERRA:

AVERAGE TEMPERATURE  (Max / Min):

29º / 14º

JAN

28º / 14º

FEB

25º / 11º

MAR

20º / 7º

APR

16º / 4º

MAY

12º / 1º

11º / 0º

JUN

JUL

14º / 1º

AUG

16º / 4º

SEP

20º / 7º

OCT

23º / 10º

NOV

26º / 12º

DEC

SUNSHINE COAST

 

Located just over 100 km from the state capital of Queensland, Sunshine Coast carries the name of its privileged climate. Compose of the sub-regions Caloundra, Coolum, Maroochydore, Mooloolaba and Noosa, the region's attractions are attractive for students who want to enjoy the benefits of the coastal life, sun, sand and surfing lifestyle.

The population is hospitable and the pace of life resembles that of the inner cities, because of the easy going style of being. The entertainment options are well diversified, for those who enjoy nature, Sunshine Coast has beautiful trails, parks, mountains, lakes, villages and of course, a lot of beaches.


The strength of agriculture and fishing, make the region a place full of colors and flavors, which will provide you with outstanding gastronomic experiences.

If your eyes shine with the idea of ​​exchanging in a quiet and charming area, where you can study in excellent schools and also enjoy all the benefits that a seaside town offers, Sunshine Coast is the right destination for your exchange.

POPULATION:

303.389 (2016)

UNEMPLOYMENT

5.13% (2018) 

AVERAGE WAGES SUNSHINE COAST

AVERAGE TEMPERATURE (Max / Min):

29º / 21º

JAN

29º / 21º

FEB

28º / 20º

MAR

26º / 17º

APR

23º / 13º

MAY

21º / 11º

21º / 9º

JUN

JUL

22º / 10º

AUG

24º / 13º

SEP

26º / 15º

OCT

27º / 18º

NOV

28º / 20º

DEC

DARWIN

 

Located between the blue of the ocean coast and the red hues of the desert, the capital of the Northern Territory is a place for those who dream to live a calmer lifestyle and close to nature.

Those who choose to do the exchange here will discover a place full of history, parks, waterfalls and contact with a rich fauna and flora.

Being a port city, its strategic position near Asia is one of the most prosperous and tourist cities in Australia, presenting one of the highest rates of employability in the country, attracting exchange students all year round.

It takes the title multicultural capital for its proximity to the Asian continent, receiving immigrants coming from South and East Asia the whole year.

Want to have your experience of studying abroad between kangaroos and crocodiles? Darwin is the ideal Australian destination for you.

POPULATION:

148,393 (2017)

UNEMPLOYMENT:

3,3% (2018)

AVERAGE WAGES DARWIN:

TEMPERATURE AVERAGE (Max / Min):

32º / 25º

JAN

31º / 25º

FEB

32º / 25º

MAR

33º / 24º

APR

32º / 22º

MAY

31º / 20º

31º / 19º

JUN

JUL

31º / 20º

AUG

33º / 21º

SEP

33º / 25º

OCT

33º / 25º

NOV

33º / 25º

DEC

TASMANIA

 

The state capital of Tasmania was Australia's second most established city and combines the dynamism of a modern city with the richness of its colonial heritage.

With a friendly, modern and hospitable population and few possibility of finding Brazilians, an important factor for the development of English in everyday life.

Between the Wellington and Nelson hills, the city has a magnificent look and a breathtaking sightseeing tour. Those who choose to study and experience the daily routine of Hobart will always have great options for outdoor walks, sports and lots of contact with nature and great beaches for surfing and diving.

If your destination is Hobart you can not miss: the markets of Salamanca, bike rides on Mount Wellington, the Botanical Garden, Bruny Island, the beautiful beaches of Wineglass Bay and the Taste of Tasmania, a wine and gastronomy festival which happens in the summer.

Ready to board to Tasmania island?

POPULATION:

226,464 (2016)

UNEMPLOYMENT:

5.9% (2017)

AVERAGE  WAGES HOBART:

AVERAGE TEMPERATURE (Max / Min):

22º / 13º

JAN

22º / 13º

FEB

20º / 12º

MAR

18º / 10º

APR

15º / 8º

13º / 5º

12º / 5º

JUN

JUL

14º / 6º

AUG

15º / 7º

SEP

17º / 8º

OCT

19º / 10º

NOV

20º / 11º

DEC

MAY

Cairns

 

Cairns conquers young exchange students who are passionate about life in nature. Surrounded by rainforests, waterfalls and mountains, students here have the chance to practice extreme sports and diving in one of the 7 wonders of the world, the Great Barrier Reef. Ever thought of having the experience of diving in a cinematic setting?

Despite being a small town Cairns has a busy nightlife and has a great infrastructure to welcome student exchange all year round, plus you can easily get around by bike through the city.

An important advantage for those studying in Cairns it’s location, close to many attractions and resorts with incredible beaches. The Kuranda Aboriginal Village is an alternative to get in touch with the culture of the native peoples and get enchanted with the local handicrafts. Is not going to be missing programs during your exchange in Cairns.

POPULATION:

164.536 (2017) 

UNEMPLOYMENT

5,49 % (2018)

AVERAGE WAGES CAIRNS:

TEMPERATURA MÉDIA (Max / Min):

32º / 24º

JAN

32º / 24º

FEB

31º / 23º

MAR

30º / 22º

APR

28º / 20º

MAY

27º / 18º

26º / 17º

JUN

JUL

27º / 17º

AUG

29º / 18º

SEP

30º / 20º

OCT

31º / 22º

NOV

32º / 23º

DEC