All these years, you’ve always felt proud of arriving early in the office and being the last to leave.
You never failed to work even in the lunch hour or missing your deadlines.
It’s been ages you took a real vacation and a word called "hobbies” no longer exists in your dictionary.
And then one fine day, when you were willing of taking that extra responsibilities, headache begins to soak your forehead.
Even a glare to that computer screen suddenly seems so disturbing.
Your eyes have gone through a particular sentence couple of times yet you failed to extract its meaning.
Moreover, getting through the long list of documents to read or e-mails seems as frightening as scaling a mountain. You want to do much more work but your brain is telling you to stop.
Well, no matter how much we love our jobs, it’s natural to have days where you feel tired of sitting in a cubicle and want to work at your own pace.
Fortunately, there’s one option that allows you vacationing and make some serious cash at the same time.
But how, you ask?
By Taking a Working Holiday!
A Working Holiday allow travellers to work and live in another country for a specific period of time. This means, you are not only free to try out a profession that you’ve never considered before but also get the freedom to travel anywhere throughout the country without any budget constraints.
Why Consider Australia for a Working Holiday?
Australia’s Working Holiday Program is among the most popular in the world. It allows citizens of 39 countries to live and work in Australia for up to 1 year along with an option to extend the visa for another 12 months (if certain criteria is met).
There has never been a dearth of employment opportunities in Australia. You can always be sure of getting competitive salaries, flexible working arrangements and professional development.
Besides, living in one of the most beautiful continents, here’s what you can expect to explore:
This has certainly raised your eyebrow, how can anyone swim in a pool, within an ocean? But this is possible; there are various spots around the country, where your dream to splash your tiredness in a man-made pool within an Ocean can come true.
Few renowned names are Manly and Bondi in New South Wales, also there are places recently -refurbished Merewether Baths of Newcastle on the state’s central coast.
While having fun on developed and wide roads, you can enjoy the adventurous trip on four wheels, no matter it is on guided journey or in your own car. Explore the likes of QLD’s Cairns to Cape York, WA’s Gibb River Road, Tasmania’s East Coast and NSW’s Pacific Coast are all impressive trips.
Choose your favourite wine from the wide range that has made Australia on the international wine map in last few years. You will see your appetite is pleased. To name few top regions include the Yarra, Hunter, Barossa or Tamar Valleys, and WA’s increasingly popular Margaret River wine region.
Types of Australia’s Working Holiday Visas
There are two types of visas included in the Working Holiday Program of Australia including:
- Working Holiday Visa (Subclass 417)
- Work and Holiday Visa (Subclass 462)
Both the visas allow to stay and undertake work in Australia for 12 months be it part-time, full-time and voluntary work.
However, certain criteria need to be met to get eligible for both the visas.
- Have an age between 18 and 30 at the time of lodging an application
- A valid passport of the country involved in the Working Holiday Program of Australia
- Be a genuine visitor
- Meet health and character requirements
- Not have lived in Australia before on working holiday visas
- Not have dependent child
How to get started?
With great wages, high quality life style, reasonable living costs and some magnificent donuts and it’s no surprise that Australia receives more than 200,000 applications every year for the Work and holiday program.
However, when it comes to get approval for the visa, an applicant is supposed to do number of things including setting a bank account, making reciprocal healthcare arrangements, applying for Tax File Number (TFN), etc.
This is where Aussizz Group comes into the picture. Being in the immigration industry since 2009, our expertise and assistance have always turned out to be great help in every phase of visa application. We leave no stone unturned to make sure every document is submitted properly and the desired outcome is achieved in the least possible time.