Australia is known as the highest wages paying country. People go there to do jobs and earn a good living. And if you are going there for more than just job or you are going just to travel there, then you have to visit different places of Australia in Quebec immigration as well. People from all around try to spend their Christmas, New Year, Holi and Eid festivals in Australia because people from different religions that are already there say that Australia spend these holidays in the greatest ways. You must be thinking that why we used to work IF, this is because getting in Australia might be the most difficult thing. But even if you get in don’t forget to visit the following places;

  1. Drive or just sit by the Great ocean road. It is stretched to 151 mile and the water is not too cold. It is very safe you can set up a camp with friends or even alone if you are in introvert kind of a person. 
  2. If you are an artistic person then Australia immigration program has an alley that is specifically left for the artists and painters to paint their heart out and no cops will show up to stop you because it is given by the government to the learning generation. Get a set of colors or spray paints and draw whatever you want.
  3. The most famous beach of Australia is the Ninety Mile beach. It is a family beach but it visited by youngsters and all sorts of people. You can take do your barbeque mania with your friend and family or whoever you wish to but just make sure not to mess up the place.
  4. If you want to shop for less and find everything in a small city like market then you must visit the Queen Victoria market. Here you will find people from different backgrounds and culture displaying almost everything. You don’t need to go to another country to get souvenir or try out a different cuisine, here you will find almost everything.
  5. If you want to check out something historic then you must visit the Shrine of Remembrance, it is situated in Melbourne.
  6. If you want to explore the nature then gate a train for that in Dandenong Ranges.