When you’re emigrating, there are a lot of costs involved. Some of these are essential costs (visa fees, medicals, flights…) – these are things you HAVE to pay to make the move. There are also lots of ‘optional’ costs. By optional, I mean you don’t HAVE to take... Read More
When you move to Australia, you’ll need to organise temporary, short-term accommodation so you have somewhere to stay while you get settled and find your feet. It’s a good idea to book something for four to six weeks as this gives you time to explore,... Read More
I’ve just got back from my third ProBlogger conference in Brisbane. It’s my favourite time of the year – I’ve been to every single one since we arrived in Australia (before we moved I used to lust after the event on Twitter from afar).... Read More
So you’re moving to Australia from the UK. Is there really any need for travel insurance when the two countries have a reciprocal agreement on health? And if you do need emigration travel insurance, should you just take out insurance to cover the journey over... Read More
The main reason I set up Smart Steps to Australia was to provide emotional support to people who were trying to move their family to the other side of the world (and to inspire people who were on the fence about whether to make the move so they didn’t live a... Read More
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