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Mini Adventures Canberra

The nation’s capital might lack some of the global star power possessed by neighbours Sydney and Melbourne but Canberra remains a city of historic and cultural significance. Get political! As Australia’s political epicentre, Canberra is home to Parliament House, offers ...

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Mini Adventures Hobart

Hidden away in the bottom corner of the country, Tasmania is no longer Australia’s best kept secret. An outstanding reputation for food, wine and art has rendered Hobart as a modern hotspot for tourists. Go higher Situated 1300 metres above ...

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Mini Adventures Darwin

Home to less than 120,000 residents, Darwin offers an experience distinct from any of the other capital cities in Australia, characterised by warm weather, rugged surroundings and a significant Indigenous population. Rock on! It’s a fair hike from Darwin but ...

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Mini Adventures Sydney

Sydney needs little introduction. Australia’s largest city played host to the 2000 Olympic Games and has garnered global appeal through iconic buildings, brilliant natural locations and a celebrated dining scene. Amazing architecture Two of Australia’s most recognisable structures are famously ...

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Understand IELTS Band Scores – New Video!

Watch the Video Now Do you understand exactly how your IELTS Band Scores are calculated? Do you know how universities or employers use them? And is it your overall score or your individual score for each component which are important? And what ...

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Mini Adventures Adelaide

Known as the ‘city of churches’, Adelaide is the epicentre of South Australia and remains a desirable location for international students. Quieter than fellow capitals Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, Adelaide is epitomised by fine weather, superb surrounding wineries and rich ...

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Mini Adventures Melbourne

It’s common knowledge that Melbourne is a fantastic place to live. The Victorian capital has been named the world’s most liveable city for the past five years in a row, renowned for its vibrant culture spanning sport, food, art, coffee ...

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Working in Australia: Understanding your rights

Worker’s rights have been a chief topic of conversation in recent weeks following allegations that fast food giant Domino’s Pizza has been exploiting staff, namely international students and recent immigrants. The pizza franchise – the largest in Australia with around ...

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Five challenges international students face and how to overcome them

Nearly 300,000 international students are enrolled at Australian universities, making up 24.3 per cent of the total. While this is a significant proportion, students from overseas are still outnumbered three to one and as a minority, may find it difficult ...

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Mini Adventures Gold Coast

The Gold Coast is often seen as the epitome of Australia for students from overseas, with hot weather and beautiful beaches a major drawcard. Yet there is so much more to do up north, with no shortage of nightlife or ...

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