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Top 05 Reasons why You should move to Adelaide

Top 05 Reasons why You should move to Adelaide

Adelaide; The Hidden Gem of South Australia

You probably keep seeing articles where big Australian cities like Perth, Melbourne, and Sydney get voted year after year amongst the “World’s Most Liveable cities”. A little-known fact is that the South Australian capital; Adelaide is also listed amongst the top 5. In fact, according to our research, we believe it is THE MOST LIVEABLE CITY, with its pristine white sandy beaches, world-class wine regions, and affordable living – Adelaide truly stands out from the rest.

Top 05 Reasons why You should move to Adelaide

  1. Big city in a regional location

    Many people assume that Adelaide is a small city. This is untrue! Adelaide is in fact the 5th largest Australian city, by population. Adelaide has all the perks of a big city, in a regional location, with a plethora of fine-dining restaurants, cafes, bars, pubs, shopping centres, and year-round entertainment. We think that’s quite remarkable!

  2. A stone’s throw away from World-Class Wineries

    Adelaide is home to three world-renowned wine regions; The Barossa Valley, Adelaide Hills, and McLaren Vale, all under a 20-minute drive from the main CBD, providing the perfect weekend getaway. Offering more than 50 different cellar doors, rolling hills, and abundance of flora and fauna, it just doesn’t get any better than this.

    Oh, but it does!

    You no longer need to worry about being “The designated driver” or miss out on wine-binging with your friends. UBERVINO has just launched in Adelaide, providing you with the most convenient, reliable, and affordable way to enjoy the wine regions. Yes, Ubervino is a real thing! Well HELLOOO Adelaide…

  3. Affordable living costs

    Adelaide is reported to have the second most affordable living costs in Australia, with average weekly rental properties a whopping 50% lower than Sydney and Melbourne. The current weekly average rental prices are just $213, while housing prices are approximately $480,000. What a steal!

  4. The Beaches in Adelaide

    Did someone say BEACH? That’s right! Adelaide offers just the right mixture of city and beach living. Forget the famous (and always crowded) Bondi beach in Sydney, or the gloomy St Kilda Beach in Melbourne.

    Adelaide is home to some of Australia’s most pristine white sandy beaches, from Glenelg Beach; a perfect spot for swimming, and only a tram’s ride up from the city, or Brighton Beach; perfect for fishing, Port Noarlunga, Christie’s Beach, and Moana; located an hour’s drive south of the city, but well worth the journey. Port Noarlunga is known for its surfing hotspots, and a boardwalk that leads right into the sea. It is one of the best places to enjoy year-round snorkelling and explore the diverse ocean wildlife living beneath the reef.

    Hold my snorkels, Adelaide here I come!

  5. Adelaide is classified as a REGIONAL location in Australia

    So, what’s the big deal about Adelaide being a REGIONAL location? Well here’s why: The Australian Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme (Subclass 187), allows eligible employers in South Australia, and other parts of regional Australia, to nominate skilled workers like you, for Permanent, skilled work in Australia.

    AND IT GETS BETTER! The Australian government recently announced TWO NEW Regional visa pathways for skilled workers. Have we managed to convince you yet? Is that a yes?

    Why don’t you give us a call, or submit a quick enquiry, and find out if you qualify for regional sponsored migration!

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Australia introduces NEW Regional Migration visas!
Good news for International Skilled workers, as Australia is set to introduce two new Skilled Regional visas, which launch on 16 November 2019. An additional permanent visa pathway will also become active from November 2022.

The new skilled regional visas will enable skilled migrants and dependent family members to live and work in regional Australia for upto 5 years.




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