The Northern Territory, with its iconic Ayers Rock (Uluru in the local language), vast red outback and rich verdant rainforests like the huge Kakadu National Park, is the "real" Australia that has retained much of its rugged charm. The large communities of aboriginal peoples gives the NT a valuable link with the country's original inhabitants and their centuries-old cultures. The Charles Darwin University, many Vocational Education and Training (VET) colleges, and quality schools offering Kindergarten to Year12 programs have been established in Darwin, the capital city. Darwin's proximity to Indonesia and Southeast Asia also means it has a diverse, multicultural population that is casual, relaxed and friendly. International students are welcome here to discover the unique Australia that cannot be found anywhere else on the continent!
With over 300 hundred days of sunshine and thousands of kilometres of beach, Queensland is the place where even Australians love to go for holidays. World class tourist activities, schools and universities, firmly place Queensland on most visitors lists. Our partner, Southern Cross University, whose Gold Coast branch campus is located next to the Coolangatta Airport amidst spectacular coastal and mountain surroundings, is a popular destination for short and long-term study for international students. There are plenty of casual jobs in the hospitality, tourism and movie industries that define the Gold Coast economy.
Sydney, capital of New South Wales, is iconic with its Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge which are top choices for travellers. Our study tour visitors will find a vibrant world city that is Australia's financial, business and cultural hub. Our institutional partner, University Technology Sydney located in the city centre, is a leading innovative university with award-winning facilities and research programs. In New South Wales, we also offer study tours to Southern Cross University at Lismore, a business hub in the agricultural region of Northern Rivers, and its branch campus at Coffs Harbour, a relaxed beachside town with some of the prettiest scenery on the east coast.