- Buying a Property in Australia as a Foreigner
- Retiring in Australia – Visas and Other Legal Aspects
- Your Tax Obligations on a Rental Property in Australia
- Moving to Australia as a Business Owner – Visas and Other Legal Aspects
- Establishing Residency in Australia
- Diverisity of buying property in different parts of Australia
- Quality of Life in the country
- Marriage and Divorce related laws in Australia
- Name: Republic of Thailand
- Area: 513120 sq. kms.
- Population: 70.6 million people
- Capital City: Bangkok
- Gross Domestic Product: $387.3 billion per year
- Currency: Thai Baht
- Major Religions: Christianity, Buddhism, Islam, Hinduism
- Per Capita Income: $5779
- GINI Coefficient: 39.4
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About The Country
Moving to Australia can be an amazing experience. Although it is the sixth largest country in the world at over 3 million square miles, it is only home to 21 million people, which ensures that natural beauty dominates over suburban landscapes.
Founded by immigrants from the UK, the population has grown significantly. Today, Australia is extremely multicultural and encourages controlled immigration from Europe and the US. Today, Australia remains a very popular expat destination and is considered to be one of the best places in the world to live because of its low population density, high standard of life and the unpolluted atmosphere. According to the Human Development Index (HDI), Australia is ranked 7th out of a total of 174 countries with this ranking being based upon high scores in GDP, life expectancy, literacy and education.
English is the official language spoken in Australian and you will have no problem communicating or conducting business when moving to Australia if you speak English. The population consists mostly of Caucasian (92%) and Asian (7%) with Aboriginal and other cultures accounting for just 1%.
Australia is so large that it actually experiences an extremely varied climate; different parts of the country experience different weather patterns. Northern Australia is tropical, with hot and humid weather and seasonal monsoons. In contrast, Southern Australia experiences a temperate climate with distinct seasons. Summers are long and hot while winters are cool and occasionally wet. Western Australia is hot and dry in the summer and cool in the winter with temperatures often falling as low as 7 or 8°C. Because of the diversity in climates, there will be a weather pattern to suit virtually everyone; another reason why Australia is so popular.