Dream Australia

TV Series

Ira Savitri, University College London (Australia)/Alison and Steve Caddick (Ipswich)

Alison and Steve Caddick were very excited about their plan to move their family to Australia from the United Kingdom.

But not all went to plan!
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Migration Advice

People from nearly every continent have migrated to Australia to begin what, for them, was a new and better life. Their hopes and ambitions came with them and their drive to succeed has had a profound impact on the Australian economy, Australian society and on the nature of the country as a whole.
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Business and Investment Visa Programme

Australian Governments are actively encouraging business migrants to set up businesses in regional, rural or low growth areas of Australia.

The business skills visas are designed to attract successful business people to settle in Australia and use their proven skills to support local economies and generate employment outcomes.
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Television Series

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Dream Australia is a documentary television series which captures the real human stories from people that have moved to Australia from across the globe. The program present stories which have a unique untold dimension. The series explores the differences in culture, language, lifestyle and geography for those that have decided to start a new life in Australia. Well researched stories give a true picture covering why they left their home country, family and friends and birth culture for Australia. We explore their new community, their work/studies, change in lifestyle and much more. The people featured tell their personal story without a presenter narrating it to give the viewer a greater connection to the story, the family being featured and the new local community.

In the first Dream Australia series we have produced eleven stories from families and individuals who have migrated to local communities spread across Australia. This is their journey:

 

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If you have a great story to tell and would like to share it with the Dream Australia audience e-mail us here. If you would like to participate in the Dream Australia Facebook forum go to:

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South Australia

South Australia has the lowest living costs and the most affordable housing of any mainland Australian state. Average Weekly Earnings for adults in May 2013 stood at approximately $1285 while the median price of housing in Adelaide is around $395,000, well below the median price of housing in other mainland states and the average of $490,000 for all capital cities.  Rental accommodation is also significantly less expensive.

South Australia also offers a culturally diverse and comfortable lifestyle in a safe and healthy environment. Access to excellent health care facilities and to renowned education and research institutions complete what is best described as an excellent place to live and work. 

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  • Two Permanent General Practitioners - Chinchilla (Health Workforce Queensland) The practice is looking for two Dr’s for a start and one nurse. This will increase as patient lists increase. There will be a Sr. receptionist and a Jr. receptionist plus a Practice manager.
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