Australia Market Opportunities

Australia Market Opportunities

Successfully managing the covid-19 crisis will allow Australia to recover faster than most G20 countries. However, the growth of the economy will be hindered both by the continued closed international borders and by the abrupt closure of borders between individual Australian states following the detected cases of covid-19. After the first recession in 21 years […]

Australia Politics

Australia Politics, Population and Geography

Background: Australia joined the Commonwealth of the British Empire in 1901. It was able to use its natural resources to rapidly develop agriculture and manufacturing industries and make an important contribution to the British struggle in the First and Second World Wars. Long-term problems include environmental pollution, in particular ozone depletion, and the control and […]

Australia Entry Requirements

Australia Entry Requirements

Passport and visa regulations Nationalities Passport required visa required Return ticket required Germany Yes Yes no Austria Yes Yes no Switzerland Yes Yes no Turkey Yes Yes no Other EU countries Yes Yes no Passport information Generally required, must be valid during stay. Note: It should be noted that a minimum passport validity of 6 […]

Australia Literature

Australia Literature

In a long television overview of the Australia two hundred years after the first European settlement, broadcast by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation on 1 January 1988, the year in which the bicentenary of the arrival of the First Fleet, the first contingent of British deportees, was celebrated in the penal colony of Botany Bay (Sydney), […]

Australia Languages

Australia Languages

Throughout the nineteenth century, and up to the mid-twentieth century, the Australian population grew rather slowly, based above all (as indeed that of New Zealand) on the immigrant contributions from Great Britain (with not indifferent rates of Irish): it was thus passed by less than half a million residents. from 1850 to 3,750,000 residents at […]

ABOUT BOND RUGBY

Study Abroad at Bond University (15)

G’day and No Worries – The Australian mentality The “easygoing” lifestyle is characteristic of Australia’s residents. The above-average relaxed way of life that prevails in Australia represents a difference in mentality to many other nationalities. Nevertheless, one cannot describe a generally valid Australian character, as the Australian cities are characterized by a high degree of […]