Australian Education and Migration Services

Business Investment For Migration

Australia has entered its 28th year of consecutive annual economic growth, setting a new record among developed economies for uninterrupted expansion.

Business opportunities:

  • Property Investment
  • Agriculture Investment
  • Mining Investment
  • Trade Investment

Study Tour

AEMS welcome international students aged 10 years old or above to participate our 2-4 weeks Study Tour programs. The students have the opportunity to attend classes with local students in an Australian education provider, and stay with homestay families and visit a variety of attractions to allow them to experience the Australian lifestyle and culture.

If you are interested, please contact us to inform us about your requirements for the study tour, the number of participants, length of study tour, and payment plan. We will then contact you to customize the program and apply for the appropriate visa on behalf of the participants. At AEMS, your needs and expectations are our priority.

Other information:

The minimum number of a study tour is 15 participants. With more than 15 participants, the cost of one accompanying member can be deducted. For cost of study tour with fewere than 15 participants, please contact us.

Tour members are required to be of the same organization, such as school, society or government department.

The minimum age of the participant is 10 years old.

Please Contact Us for more information.

Professional Training

AEMS has been cooperating with quite a few leading RTOs (Recognised Training Organisation), which provide nationally accredited training and assessment services as well as non-accredited programs. These programs had been designed to suit the various industrial needs with a flexible choices of different learning methods to accommodate the working class.

Though training requirement has become the obligation of Business Sponsors and is mandatory for certain nominations; it, however tends to be neglected by employers as it is an area which always falls in the "important but not urgent" quadrant. AEMS, as a professional service provider, well understands the situation and has extended the training arrangement services as a value added service to our business clients to help them get through the learning and development solutions through a wide range of courses and on-the-job placement opportunities.

Settlement Services

Living Expenses

Manufactured goods, particularly imported goods, tend to be expensive in Australia. This includes automobiles, clothes and other manufactured items, which are generally more expensive than in Europe or North America. If you do a lot of travelling, transport costs are high owing to the large distances involved, although petrol is much cheaper than in Europe.

The price of food is similar to the US and around 25 per cent less than most European countries. Approximately $600 would be sufficient to feed two adults for a month in most areas (excluding luxuries such as expensive alcohol, caviar and fillet steak).

The approximate monthly amount of major expenses for an average person or a family in an average town or suburb are shown in the table below:

Monthly Cost ($AUD)

Family of Four
  1. Rental or mortgage on a modern apartment or semi-detached house in an ‘average’ small town or outer city suburb. The cost for a single person is for a bedsitter or sharing accommodation. Other costs are for a two (couple) and three-bedroom property (family). Subsidised housing is not included.
  2. Includes electricity, gas, telephone and water, plus heating bills.
  3. Includes all entertainment, holiday and sports expenses, plus newspapers and magazines.

Health Insurance

The Australian Government, through the Department of Health and Aging, sets national health policies and subsidises health services provided by state and territory governments and the private sector. Total expenditure on health by all levels of government and the private sector accounts for about 9.8 per cent of Australia's gross domestic product.

Like other countries, Australia faces the growing pressures on health funding because of technological changes, increasing patient expectations and, to a lesser extent, an aging population.

The Australian Government funds universal medical services and pharmaceuticals and gives financial assistance to public hospitals, residential aged care facilities and home and community care for the aged. It is also the major source of funds for health research and provides support for training health professionals and financial assistance to tertiary students.

State and territory governments provide a variety of direct health services, including most acute and psychiatric hospital services. State and territory governments also provide community and public health services, including school health, dental health, maternal and child health, occupational health, disease control activities and a variety of health inspection functions.

Welfare System

Australian welfare is one of the best welfare systems in the world, especially in terms of providing support to those in need.

  1. As part of Australian Government's primary insurance package, Australian Permanent Residents are entitled to receive free medical care.
  2. Family Tax Benefit Part A helps you with the cost of raising children and can provide several thousand dollars per annum.
  3. Family Tax Benefit Part B provides single income families or sole parents with an extra payment to help with the cost of raising children.
  4. Child Care Benefit is a payment from the Australian Government that helps you with the cost of your child care.
  5. The Paid Parental Leave scheme is a new entitlement for working parents of children born or adopted from 1 January 2011. Eligible working parents are able to receive 18 weeks of government funded Parental Leave Pay at the rate of the National Minimum Wage (currently $589.40 a week before tax).
  6. If you are unemployed, NewStart Allowance provides financial support while you are looking for work.

For more information on Australian welfare, please see:


Main Tourist Attractions in Australia - Beaches

Australia is well-renowned for its beaches. Here are some of the most famous Australian beaches:

  • Bondi Beach - Sydney, NSW
  • Surfers Paradise Beach - Gold Coast, Queensland
  • Cable Beach - Broome, Western Australia
  • Bells Beach - Victoria (Not the prettiest of beaches but famous for surfing)

Main Tourist Attractions in Australia - Natural Landmarks

Much of the appeal of Australia comes from its diverse natural landscape. The following is just a handful of the many interesting natural landmarks in Australia:

  • Great Barrier Reef - Queensland
  • Ulurn (Ayers Rock) - Northern Territory
  • Sydney Harbour - NSW
  • Great Ocean Road - Victoria
  • Cape Tribulation - Queensland
  • Kakadu - Northern Territory
  • The Kimberleys - Western Australia

Main Tourist Attractions in Australia - Man-Made Landmarks

Here are some of the great man-made icons that Australia offers. Only a few examples are provided here and more attactions are awaiting your exploration.

  • Sydney Opera House - NSW
  • Sydney Harbour Bridge - NSW
  • Gold Coast Theme Parks, Dreamworld, Movieworld, Sea World - Queensland
  • Sydney Olympic Park, built for the 2000 Olympics - Homebush, NSW

Main Tourist Attractions in Australia - Wine and Wineries

Tour the wineries and taste the wines where they are made.

  • Barosa Valley - South Australia
  • Hunter valley - NSW
  • Margaret River - Western Australia
  • Yarra Valley - Victoria

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