Dream Australia

Welcome to Dream Australia

If you are looking to migrate to Australia for work, study and/or lifestyle, the Dream Australia multi-media platform will allow you to see first hand through free video podcasts and television stories the breadth of opportunities which exist across Australia.  You now have a visual guide into the many different local communities, workplaces and/or education institutions spread across Australia.

Dream Australia explores and captures the diversity, the energy and the rhythm of Australia through the eyes of the people who have come to live in this great land. The good and the bad, the difficulty of making a new life, the hopes and the aspirations people have for the future. 

Australia is a very large and diverse country.  From the tropical north to the mineral rich west, from the Snowy Mountains to the glistening cities of the coast to the wild and rugged south and hot arid deserts of the red centre, each State, each region, each city has its own unique character.

And every person has their own experience and perceptions of life in Australia – their own story to tell.  Their own sense of place.

If you are thinking about migrating to Australia for work or study then become a Dream Australia member. As a member you will receive regular e-newsletters and alerts with the latest Australian job vacancies, free immigration advice, education, company, industry and regional profiles and much more. Best of all it is free: join, and like the Dream Australia Facebook page to view new video links.

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Health Workforce Queensland

Health Workforce Queensland recruits and supports doctors, nurses and allied health professionals needed in rural and remote Queensland. Health Workforce Queensland's role is to match the right professionals with the right communities, then help and support them as they provide essential health services to the people who live there.

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  • Patrol Grader Operator (Local Government) Applications Close: 5 Sept 2104 Council is seeking applications from a highly motivated and enthusiastic person for the full time position of Patrol Grader Operator. This position will report directly to the Works Manager and will be based at the Waikerie Works Depot. 
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  • Executive Director of Nursing and Midwifery (Queensland Health) 29 September 2014 Advocate for modern, safe, high quality, patient centred care, provide professional nursing and midwifery leadership and develop the THHS as the employer of choice for excellent nurses and midwives.
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  • General Practitioner, Far North Queensland (Health Workforce Queensland) GP Practice looking for a permanent full-time or part-time General Practitioner to join an established family general practice. The position does not require procedural skills however there is the opportunity to apply for clinical privileges at Atherton Hospital (18km from Malanda)
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Immigration Advice

Australian Migration law is very complex and constantly changing, which can make it difficult for people to prepare a successful application without professional assistance. Applicants who are unaware of the complexities of Australian migration law, application policies and processes can risk harming their case which will often result in visa refusal. For onshore applicants, this may also result in needing to leave the country and reapplying from outside the country.
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Dream Australia

A free e-magazine that provides in-depth features on topical issues relating to work, education and lifestyle/tourism in Australia.

TV Series

Anelia Blackie (Limestone Coast Region) and Kuol and Mel Baak Stories

In the 1970s, Anelia’s father could see the writing on the wall. He knew that the escalating violence in South Africa would have implications for his family. However, the children weren’t interested as they were about to spread their wings and leave the family nest.

It was only after Anelia’s father passed away that they realised his prediction was coming true.
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Company Spotlight

South Australian Regional Local Government

There are always opportunities for employment in rural Councils in areas like town planning and building services, public health, technical services and engineering, finance and accounting, community services and a whole range of work across parks and gardens, road building and maintenance.

Working in local government in a regional area provides a genuine opportunity to directly shape the future of the community you live in and to see the results first hand. There is a lot of personal job satisfaction to be gained when the community benefits directly from the work you undertake. Working in a regional council provides a great opportunity for career advancement and also offers a higher level of job security plus opportunities for full time employment. Additionally, support for professional development, including on-going training and access to further education, is often provided.
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Job Vacancies

With a relevantly strong economy and low unemployment rate many businesses across Australia are actively looking overseas to attract skilled workers.

If you are interested in migrating to Australia to work make sure you check out Dream Australia's jobs board
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Murraylands Largest Food Producers

The ten member companies range from the largest employer in the state with 2000 workers in the meat processing industry, to farming operations which produce a variety of horticultural products, to value adding food manufacturers, packers, processors, wholesalers and retailers, all of whom combine to generate local jobs in the region and to service a significant part of South Australia’s (and in some cases, the nation’s) food needs.
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Whyalla and Eyre Peninsula Region

The Whyalla and Eyre Peninsula region is a diverse area that is home to approximately 60,000 people. It covers around 233,000 square kilometres, an area equal to 24% of the State of South Australia. The region extends from Spencer Gulf in the east across the Great Australian Bight to the border with Western Australia.

Cities in the region include Whyalla, a major centre for heavy industry and Port Lincoln, an iconic fishing and tourism centre.b The region’s economy is diverse with agriculture, manufacturing, fishing, aquaculture and tourism the pre-dominant areas of economic activity. The mining sector and renewable energy are growth sectors that add to this activity base.

Facilities in the region include 38 government schools and 24 pre-schools, the State’s largest regional university campus operated by the University of South Australia and 3 major Technical and Further Education campuses at Whyalla, Port Lincoln and Ceduna with smaller facilities at Wudinna, Cleve and Kimba. In addition, there are a number of research facilities including the Minnipa Agricultural Centre, the Lincoln Marine Science Centre and the Australian Maritime and Fisheries Academy.
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