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​Why choose us in Australia?

  • Our seasoned team of consultants have been helping people relocate to Australia’s state capitals for almost 30 years.  

  • They’re experts on the local market, helping clients to avoid the pitfalls so they get settled as efficiently as possible 

  • They are passionate ambassadors for their city and are there to show everything it has to offer, whatever your interests may be.  

  • Their in-depth knowledge will help you find the right neighbourhood for you. 

  • They maintain great relationships with real estate agents to give you the greatest chance of successfully sourcing the best properties, 

  • We are known amongst private schools, who are willing to advise and help our clients. 

  • Laws and regulations differ between states, from public school fees to tenancy obligations. Even moving domestically can have its challenges, so we’ll help you navigate the nuances. 


Relocating to Sydney

One of the World’s Most Loved Cities 

  • When the vacancy rate is rarely over 3%, it pays to have a relocation consultant’s support to get your application put to the top of the pile. 

  • We understand, everyone wants a room with a view in this beautiful city, but at what price? Your consultant will consider all of your needs and wants so you end up with a quality property in the right place at the right price. 

  • Sydney’s neighbourhoods are as diverse as its residents. There’s a lot more to this city than great weather and a laid-back beach lifestyle. 

  • We’ll even point out how to recognise a rip at one of Sydney’s ocean beaches. 

Relocating to Melbourne 

Consistently Voted The World’s Most Liveable City 

  • Whether you’ll be working in Melbourne’s CBD or Mulgrave, we’ll find the right suburb for you in a city that’s larger than L.A. 

  • Melbournians LOVE sport and Melbourne is home to the Grand Prix, the Australian Open, the Melbourne Cup and more... We’ll even suggest which AFL football team to support so you can get involved in the water cooler chat. 

  • If sport isn’t your thing, we’ll introduce to you all manner of cultural options to ensure you really feel settled in this thriving city 

  • Good coffee is non-negotiable! 


Relocating to Brisbane 

The Warm and Welcoming Capital of Australia’s Sunshine State 

  • As one of Australia’s fastest growing cities experiencing continued economic growth, Brisbane is a dynamic and popular place to live. 

  • The subtropical climate means winter in Brisbane never arrives

  • Our consultants will help you settle-in to the more relaxed  lifestyle Brisbane offers

  • We'll also share the best times to attend the beach and lagoon that are available right in the heart of the city.

  • Beach not your thing? Brisbane has many open green spaces and we'll show you the best ones.

Relocating to Adelaide 

Small city charm with a vibrant arts and food scene 

  • The people of Adelaide are laid back and friendly and there is a strong sense of community ownership. 

  • With a meticulously designed layout of broad streets on a grid, surrounded by a greenbelt of parklands and set on the banks of the River Torrens, it's an easily navigable city where everything is within walking distance. There is a real sense of space, making for a refreshing way of life. 

  • Adelaide was the only capital city in Australia to be settled by free settlers, rather than convicts. 

  • There is plenty going on in Adelaide with a vibrant food and wine culture, as well as numerous concerts and sporting events.  

  • World-renowned wine regions of the Barossa, Clare Valley and McLaren Vale are on your doorstep! 


Relocating to Perth  

Australia’s sunniest capital city blends urban cool and natural beauty

  • Our consultants will make sure you don’t feel alone in the world’s most isolated city 

  • Perth lifestyle is more sharing a BBQ and drinks with friends, than bright lights and nightclubs. 

  • 20% of all homes have a pool in Perth, one of the largest per capita pool ownerships in the world. 

  • The International School in Perth follows the northern hemisphere academic year, making it popular with American, European and North Asian families. 

  • The Fremantle Doctor is not a doctor! It’s slang for the cooling sea breeze that occurs during summer months, coming from the direction of Fremantle in the south west. 

Relocating to Canberra 

Australia's Capital Territory

  • Canberra is notorious for having extremely low rental vacancy rates (currently around 1%). It’s extremely helpful to have a consultant assist with home finding. 

  • Canberra boasts more cafes per head than any Australian city 

  • It’s not unusual to find no fencing around the front of properties 

  • Canberra has it’s own public Holiday – Canberra Day to celebrate the naming of Canberra, held on the 2nd Monday in March.  

  • Acronyms are a second language!


Relocating to Darwin 

Australia's northernmost city of balmy nights, aboriginal and Asian culture

  • Darwin is a melting pot of peoples and cultures with a rich history. 

  • While beautiful beaches and sunsets are stunning, swimming should be in pools, or beach enclosures to be safe from the local crocodiles! 

  • 80% of Dawin’s homes were destroyed by Cyclone Tracy in 1974. All buildings must now be cyclone proof.  

  • Air-conditioning is essential due to the heat and humidity. 

  • Darwin’s local communities are incredibly friendly, inclusive and culturally diverse.

Relocating to Hobart 

Historic charm and gateway to natural wonders 

  • What Hobart lacks in size (pop. 250,000), it makes up for in natural attractions, fabulous fresh produce and wine as well as a warm, friendly community. 

  • Hobart is Australia’s second oldest city 

  • Hobart's growing popularity as a tourism destination has seen more local rentals being used for holiday lets, which has affected the supply of rental properties. 

  • MONA the Museum of Old and New Art is the largest privately funded museum in the Southern Hemisphere.  

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Image by Thandy Yung

Relocating to Regional Australia

White sandy beaches in the north of Western Australia, lush vineyards in the south east of New South Wales to the arid red dirt of the outback in the Northern Territory, Regional Australia has it all.

  • One in five (20%) lived in inner regional areas, one in 10 (9%) in outer regional areas and around one in 40 (2.3%) lived in remote or very remote areas (1.5% remote and 0.8% very remote)

  • Australia is the largest country in the Southern Hemisphere and the largest country without land borders

  • Regional living can mean shorter commutes, affordable, larger homes, career opportunities and welcoming communities. 

  • There is nothing like waking up to a sunrise over the paddocks, watching the kangaroos munching on grass with the alpacas and sheep or hearing the waves crash on the coastline. 

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We just wanted to say a HUGE thank you for all your wonderful help with our relocation to Melbourne. From the moment we arrived at the airport to getting moved into our new home - you have there to help every step of the way! Many thanks especially for your help dealing with the painful delivery of the electrical items. You have been an absolute superstar and made the whole move a totally painless process. Thank you! 

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