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Please find below news items from various sources all about moving to Australia from New Zealand or news about what is happening in Australia that could effect your decision. We do all the searching so all you have to do is check back to see what has happened lately.

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Work is a massive part of our lives. For most people, it takes up 8 hours of our day, 5 days a week. And while there’s more to life than work, doing something for such an amount of time is pretty important. It’s important that we enjoy it, and that we’ve got room for growth in our jobs. Moving to Australia to work is something that a lot of Kiwis are doing, so it’s only natural if you’re considering it too.

Today, we’ll talk about a few reasons why Kiwis are moving to Australia to work and who to call if you’re interested in doing it too.

It’s the land of Kangaroos, sandy beaches, awesome weather and great people. There’s no wonder why we Kiwis cannot get enough of Australia. In fact, 600,00 Kiwis have made the move to Australia to live, with many having decided not to return. But why is that? Is there some kind of big secret we don’t know about? If there is, it’s probably exposed right here in this post.

These are our best reasons for moving to Australia to live.

With basically any decision you make in life, there’ll be pros and cons. Even with something as simple as going to the supermarket to buy a doughnut. Pros: doughnuts are delicious, and they make you feel happy. Cons: they’re ridiculously high in calories. Buying a doughnut is a trade-off. And so is moving to Australia.

If you’re thinking of moving to Australia, you’re probably trying to come up with the pros and cons. Well, there’s no need! In this post, we do that for you.

You might find it difficult to pack for a holiday. No matter how many times you double-check things, run through scenarios in your head and write lists, you get to your holiday destination and find out you’ve forgotten something.

It’s even harder when moving from NZ to Australia. If you miss something, you’ve got a long, long way to go back for it… OK, we may be dramatising slightly, but you get the idea. You want to get everything right when you move to Australia, especially the essentials. So, we’ve put together a list of essential items when moving to Australia.

Even though it’s basically across the road, moving to Australia is still a big deal. You’re starting a new life, doing a new job with new people in a new place. It might even be the biggest thing you’ve done in your life so far!

So, how do we prepare for that? We make a to-do list. An extensive to-do list. That’s what we’ve prepared for you today: this is our criteria to tick off when moving to Australia.

Saving money for a car is easy. You know which car you’re going to buy; you start saving, you reach your goal, and then you buy it! If it’s a Holden Craptiva, you then drive it around for about 6 months before the engine carks it and you throw it to the wreckers.

It’s slightly more complicated when working out how much money to save before moving to Australia. There is a range of costs to work out, like flights, shipping rates, accommodation and all the rest. So, in this post, we outline some major things you have to consider when setting a savings goal before moving to Australia.

Every year, a bucket load of Kiwis move to Australia. With over 600,000 of us having decided to move in with our cousins from across the ditch, it’s definitely not uncommon! But will it break the bank?

This is something that gets asked all the time. How much does moving to Australia actually cost?

Australia has been luring Kiwis to its shores for a long, long time. And why wouldn’t we be lured? It’s a great country with fantastic weather, job prospects, food and drink and pretty much everything else.

In fact, something that most Kiwis are amazed by is how easy it seems to move to Australia. Is this too good to be true? Is it more difficult than it looks? Let’s answer the big question: how difficult is it to move to Australia from New Zealand?

Australia is one of the best countries in the world. It’s a fact! Australia consistently ranks as one of the most liveable places on the planet. So, other than that, why are so many Kiwis moving there?

There’s got to be something more than just the weather. In this post, we outline 10 great reasons to move to Australia and who to call when you’re about to take the leap and do it! .

We’ve always had a close relationship with our cousins across the ditch. Through wars and crises, New Zealand and Australia have been the best of buds. That’s why you’ll find so many Kiwis who have moved to Australia and plenty of other people who want to.

More than 600,000 Kiwis call Australia home, many of whom have never looked back. So, why exactly is Australia such an appealing place to us Kiwis? Here are our top reasons why Kiwis are moving to Australia.

It’s all over the news, all over your social media feed and it’s what everyone is talking about: why are so many celebrities moving to Australia? We’re not just talking about a guy who played a waiter in one scene of Fast and Furious, either. We’re talking A-Listers like Sacha Baron Cohen and Natalie Portman.

Sure, it may have had something to do with the events of 2020, but some of them are sticking around Australia for good. In this post, we go through a few reasons why celebrities are moving to Australia and why maybe you should too!

Moving to a new country is a big thing, even when that country feels as if it’s right across the road. Yes, Australia is close in proximity but there are so many things to do, documents to gather and people to speak to when you decide to pack up and settle down on new soil.

That’s why we’ve put together a list of tips when moving to Australia.

It’s something that Kiwis think of at least once in a while: to move to Australia, or not? With many Kiwis calling Australia home, you’ve got to ask what made them move there in the first place. Surely there must be something more than the beaches, right?

Today, we’re going to give you a few reasons why moving to Australia might be a good idea for you.

With its beautiful coastline, vibrant cities, great weather and friendly people, it’s no wonder that you’re thinking of moving to Australia. It’s something that’s often discussed among Kiwis, whether it’s for work, for family or just to experience something different.

There are plenty of good reasons to make the move to Australia, so let’s get into a few of them in this post.

Australia is a beautiful country with so many great places to choose from if you’ve been thinking about moving there. Almost too many. In fact, the hardest part about moving to Australia from New Zealand is choosing where the heck you’re going to go.

Do you thrive in a coastal environment like Sydney or the Gold Coast or Perth? Are you interested in the cultural hub of Melbourne? Are you looking for a city with a homelier feel like Adelaide or Canberra?

The thought of your pet being all alone in quarantine in Australia can be a sad one. Especially if you think of it as some kind of puppy prison where all the prison guards are mean and they feed the pets yucky food.

Fortunately, this couldn’t be further from the truth! The animal quarantine officers are people who love caring for animals and they provide nice cosy bedding for your doggo or catto.

It’s the 6th biggest country by landmass, yet 70% of Australia’s population lives in a major city with 100,000 residents or more. Think about how much there is to explore and discover in outback Australia.

Thousands of country towns with their own history, own people, their own hidden gems… and their own pub, of course. If you’ve been thinking of moving to the Australian Outback, we’ll encourage you all the way.

If you’ve long considered moving from New Zealand to Australia, you’ve probably got a couple of questions in your mind. Perhaps the biggest one is regarding your pet: how can you move your pet to Australia?

Leaving your furry loved one behind is simply out of the question, so it looks like they’ve got to become an honorary Aussie themselves. Thankfully, the process of how to move your pet to Australia has become a lot simpler in recent years and there’s not much hassle to go through anymore. Today, we’ll look at how to move your pet to Australia and who to choose to do it for you.

You’ve been planning this move for a while. The Lucky Country was going to welcome you with open arms in 2020, but now with COVID-19, you’re not sure. Should you still go?

When this article was written, the situation world wide is uncertain. There’s unknown rates of infection, unknown outcomes, and unknown resolutions. Despite this, if you want to move, it’s still worth doing.

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