Welcome to Australia


Originally inhabited by Aboriginal peoples, approximately 4,000 residents residing in Sydney before British residence in 1788, the European settlers first settled in England as prisoners of war. From 1788 to 1792, 4,300 exiles settled in Sydney, and by the year 1850, 35,000 exiles were settled. In 1842, the local autonomous council was the first city in Australia to be enforced. In 1939, it was the center of the Second World War and achieved rapid economic growth. After the Second World War, the population grew to 1.7 million. Recently, the Olympic Games took place in 2000, and now it is Australia’s largest city and flourished as a global economic center.

Map of Australia with pins in the major cities



80% of the ethnic Anglo-Saxon population, 18% of the rest of Europe and Asia, Aborigine and 2% Foreign discrimination and no prejudice


 6 years of primary education + secondary education Total 9 years compulsory education, elementary education, secondary education, higher education (3 years), university (3 ~ 4 years)


Catholic 25.3%, Anglican 17.1%, Buddhism 2.5%, Islam 2.2%


The entertainment culture does not develop and the security situation is good. Strict regulation of drugs and firearms


Twenty-five million Acquisition of permanent residency in English is relatively easy


Overall moderate continental climate (40% in the western region and tropical in the northern region 80%, temperate climate in the rest)

Advanced society

GDP per capita (as of 2018): 11th in Australia (59,655)> 29th in Korea (32,774) / Developed countries such as agriculture and tourism

High welfare level

World’s best welfare system – Free tuition and hospital expenses



Australia’s most famous city It was selected as one of the top ten economic cities in the world, with 451,000 businesses booming The most developed manufacturing industry in Australia The city’s annual regional GDP amounts to $ 400.9 billion and the individual GDP AUD $ 80,000 To the right of the city is the Blue Mountain to the west of the Tasman coast, to the north the Hawkesbury River to the south, to the Woronora Plateau, to the Sydney Harbor, to the 12,367 km2, and to the urbanized area to 1,687 km2.

Syndey Opera House from the sky

Opera House
One of Sydney’s most popular landmarks, it is Australia’s most renowned UNESCO World Heritage site in 2007. Opera theater, music hall, several theaters and exhibition halls. It is a modern building representing the 20th century and features a beautiful and elegant appearance with the motif of the sail and shell of the yacht

Sydney Harbour Bride photo from the north shore

Harbour Bridge
It is an iron arch bridge located in the center of Sydney and is the world’s fourth longest arch bridge. Due to the unique design of the arch bridge, it is sometimes referred to as “The Coat Hanger” by the people of Sydney.

Photo through the blue mountains outside Sydney Australia

Blue Mountains
Natural heritage designated by UNESCO, the whole mountain is covered with eucalyptus peckish mouth, so when the sun comes out, the sap from the tree is reflected and the whole mountain is blue. Scenic Skyway can be seen in the air of the Blue Mountains. A scenic trail leads you down the cliffs of Blue Mountains. The eco-point (three-bar) is derived from the fact that the beautiful three-syllable remained as a rock without returning to humans with the magic of the devil.

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