Dream Australia

Welcome to Dream Australia

If you are looking to migrate to Australia for work, business, to study or for a holiday, 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  then become a Dream Australia member. As a member you will receive regular e-newsletters and alerts with the latest Australian job vacancies, free migration 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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Thinking about migrating to Australia to work in the health sector?

With over 30 years experience in the Australian health industry Chris Mitchell, the CEO of Health Workforce Queensland, shares his insights into the work opportunities for overseas health workers in regional Queensland. In his article, Chris covers the current shortages; where the jobs are; how to successfully apply for a position and the pitfalls to avoid when applying for your migration visa. View this article.

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  • Childcare Early Childhood Teacher (Adelaide) Applications Close: 21 December We have an exciting opportunity for a passionate and motivated Early Childhood Teacher to undertake a full-time fixed-term role leading the Pre-School Room in our lively 75 place long day care service.
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  • Sous Chef (Melbounre) Applications Close: 21 Deceber Bistro Bar based in South Melbourne, currently looking for a full time Sous Chef. Must be fully qualified, with experience leading a team within a kitchen, either as a chef de partie or sous chef.
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  • General Practitioner - Cardwell Queensland (Health Workforce Queensland) Full time or Part time General Practitioners required to join a happy, vibrant and busy medical practice in Cardwell. There is no after hour on call service at this stage.
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UK chiropractic business thrives in the Whyalla and Eyre Peninsula region

Within 6 months of arriving in the Whyalla and Eyre Peninsula region, Malina and Allan Judge quickly saw a business opportunity. Now in the 15th year, their business has grown to 7 clinics spread across a fast track of northern South Australia.
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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

Italian family builds business dream in the Barossa Region

"Our dream was to start a business around food and wine, and when we discovered Angaston in the Barossa Valley region, with its weekly Barossa Farmers Market, beautiful fresh farm gate produce and an incredible group of like-minded people who were passionate about sustainable farming and whose motto was ‘buy local’, we instantly thought we could create something there and build a future for our babies, Sofia and Filippo. After all the wonderful places we had visited in Europe, we never imagined that we would find what we were looking for in Angaston in South Australia"

When the Carboni family arrived on Australia’s shores in 2011 they were destined for Melbourne. But a close friend managed to lure them to the Barossa Valley region in South Australia - a place famous for its local food produce and world renowned for its wonderful wines. Their friend insisted they would full in love with the stunning landscape, the friendly people and the relaxed outdoor lifestyle.
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Study Brisbane

Boosting some of Australia's top education providers, the City of Brisbane offers international students with world class education with a high quality and accessible lifestyle not offered anywhere else in Australia. The City strives to make international students feel right at home. Starting with Study Brisbane's special Airport Welcome, to a range of international student events including Australia's largest city orientation day for international students. The 'City Welcome Festival' attracts over 8,000 students each year.
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South Australian Regional Local Government

Local Government is a vibrant part of every South Australian community and offers great employment conditions and opportunities, especially in the regional areas which include the Limestone Coast, the Murray Mallee and Riverland, Eyre Peninsula, the Southern Fleurieu, Hills and Kangaroo Island region, the Yorke & Mid North, Barossa and Flinders and the Outback.

Regional Councils provide excellent scope for accelerated career advancement with promotions often coming sooner than would be the case in larger Councils. Working in a rural area also provides the opportunity to become multi-skilled as employees are generally working within a smaller team.
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Far North Region

The Far North Region is one of South Australia’s richest mining areas with 11 approved mines and a further 14 developing mineral resource projects located in this region.Roxby Downs, with a population of approximately 5,000 people, is a major mining town closely associated with the Olympic Dam project. Most residents are either directly employed by the mine or provide services to the mining industry.

Coober Pedy, one of Australia’s most multi-cultural communities, is located 540 kilometres north of Port Augusta. With around 70% of the world’s total known deposits of opal, Coober Pedy is often referred to as the opal capital of the world. Quorn, with a population of approximately 1,700, is situated in the heart of the Flinders Ranges. Quorn is tourist hub for this area and provides tourism services to the ever increasing number of tourists who visit this ruggedly beautiful part of South Australia.
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