The most difficult thing about moving to Sydney is having to figure everything out yourself. What if we told you that someone has done the research for you? Get the moving to Sydney guide and you will be fully prepared for the transition.
The information is definitely out there. However you will have to go through hundreds of blogs, ask dozens of people and call companies to find out everything. The moving to Sydney guide is a one stop shop for all the information you need.
There was the girl who nearly got fined, because she took public transport but didn’t know how to get a ticket. Likewise the family who arrived and just ended up in the middle of nowhere with a bunch of suitcases and two kids? The relocation company let them down and had nowhere to stay. Nobody would like to end up in these situations, but what can we do to avoid them? How can we prepare if we don’t know the right questions to ask?
How can Landed help with moving to Sydney?
One thing that all expats in unanimously agree that it would have been most useful to have a single moving to Sydney guide e-book when they were looking into relocating. Just a pdf with all the information in one place. Simple right?
What if we told you that this e-book exist? What if we told you that someone has done the research for you already? The Living Guide for Sydney is exactly what expats wish they had access to at the time of their moving. This handy e-book sums up everything you need to know about living in and moving to Sydney.
What is in the book?
All your questions will be answered about visas, how to find a place, what to pack, medical insurance, costs of living and much more. We even included a section for Aussie slang. You don’t want to end up standing there confused and offended when someone speaks openly about your thongs or tell you how pissed they are.
The book covers the following topics;
- Immigration info – how to get an Australian visa?
- Moving – what to pack, short term accommodation, paperwork and much more
- Finding a home – how to get an apartnment, areas to live in, furniture stores
- Insurance – compulsury medical insurance, car insurance
- Getting around – driving, public transportation, trains and internal flights
- Jobs – Australian CV, how to get a job, wages, taxes, farm work and much more
- Finance – banks, payments, BPay and more
- Education – Australian education system, Universities, student living and more
- Living – lifestyle, costs of living, history, attractions, making friends, sport and much much more
Get the book now and get ready for your big move!