USIT Work and Travel Blog

Maria’s Top 6 Tips for Moving to Australia Solo

We caught up with Maria McGrath who went on the Australia Working Holiday Visa and asked her what advice she would give other solo travellers. Don’t miss her 6 Hot Tips!  So something has given you that push and you are ready to move abroad but you have nobody to travel with you? Not a …

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7 Signs You Should Move To Australia

If you’re anywhere from 19-35 and living in Ireland, the chances are you’re already thinking of making a break for it and escaping to anywhere but here. Over 75,000 of us have fled for the sunshine, laid back culture of Down Under in the last 5 years and it’s no wonder. Not only are people making …

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Most People Forget This One Thing When Moving to Australia

If you’ve made the decision to move Down Under then you’re in luck! Australia have recently announced that they have 1000’s of jobs open to Irish holiday-makers, meaning there has never been a better time to move to Oz. You’ll also see plenty of friendly Irish faces over there as the number of people moving …

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1000s of Jobs Now Open to Irish Working Holiday Makers in Australia

Australia has proven to be a hugely popular destination for Irish people with over 100,000 emigrating there in the last decade. The Irish desire to pack up everything and head to Oz seems to be stronger than ever before with 9,000 Irish people going on the Australia Working Holiday visa this past year, a massive …

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Buying a Car in Australia? Here’s What You Need To Know!

Australia is a massive country and if you’re planning on moving there, you may be wondering how you’re going to get around. While a car is not essential due to the country’s public transport infrastructure, many Irish people prefer to drive on their Australian adventure due to the freedom it gives them. We caught up …

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10 Must-See Beaches in Australia

Australia is famous the world over for its spectacular beaches. With nearly 10,000 beaches sprinkled along the Australian coastline, there’s a sandy shore to suit every taste in this expansive country. Coming from Ireland, it’s understandable that my love of Australia’s sandy shores is borderline obsessive. With year-round good weather, there’s no need to brave …

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