Head for Australia! Prepare for the journey! What to take with you? It’s good to know…

To have a valid visa is the most important!
Contact us to choose the most suitable visa for you! Australian visitor visa, temporary work visa, sponsored visa, immigration to Australia etc.
And if you have it….
1. Take to Australia an independent mobile phone with you!
2. On arrival in Australia purchase a subscription, but think it over which tariff package you choose. It’s not always sure that the cheapest is the best!
3. You should have an ongoing insurance for the whole length of your stay when arriving (if you are going to spend more than 3 months in Australia, choose an Australian insurance provider).
4. Be aware of the regulaions the airline might have ( eg: max. baggage weight)
5. Australia is very far! The flight is very long! Take something with you to spend your time with during the flight!
6. You do not need to worry if you are late for your connection, on the next plane there are always a few seats reserved for this case.
7. Before arriving in Australia, do not be suprised on the plane if you have any strange experiences. (eg: the cabins are sprayed with some disinfectant before landing to destroyed any germs)
8. In Australia before getting out of the plane, each passanger gets an Incoming Passanger Card which must be filled in. It is very importent to fill it in with the correct datas. (If you do not know what this card is like, email us and we will send you a copy together with the instructions for filling.)
9. If you are planning to stay in Australia for a longer period, you should open a bank account with an Australian bank. You should require it online before leaving so when you arrive, your only task is to visit the bank to prove your identity in person. It is important to choose a bank very carefully and find a bank that meets your requirements. Contact us and we will help you with the administration.
10. Your credit card should be suitable for using in Australia!
11. When travelling to Australia you should have 1000 AUD in cash with you.
12. Purchase an electric adapter before departure.
13. Public transport in Australia is zoned.
14. Be prepared to get used to very different tastes in Australia.
15. Do not forget that in Australia summer starts in December, winter starts in June.
16. Remember that while in Hungary you should pay your bills and rents monthly, this is not the same in Australia, where you have to pay on a weekly basis.