Get free consultancy


Perth es tranquila y conectada con el entorno natural, brindando un ambiente muy relajado. Su costa, con más de 80 kilómetros de playas limpias y tranquilas la convierten en un lugar perfecto para todo tipo de deportes acuáticos.

Asesórate gratis

Perth, a very Australian city.

Perth has some of the best beaches in the world, the best food, the best wine and a tropical climate. Australians and people from Perth in particular are very friendly. Their lifestyle is laid back, people tend to get together at their houses, have a barbecue, drink a few beers and enjoy the company of friends, all without spending a lot of money.

Perth is the Australian city with the most sunny days per year and has a Mediterranean climate, characterized by long hot and dry summers and wet and moderate winters.

It is known for being smaller and isolated from the major Australian capitals. But what it lacks in size and accessibility, it more than makes up for in livability, safety, and friendly people.

The great development of Perth was based on mining activity, making it today a prosperous city among the richest in the world. It also offers numerous study possibilities and job opportunities.

The suburbs are one of the best places to live in Perth, especially for student budgets. East Perth was named the most lifestyle-friendly suburb, not just in Perth, but in all of Western Australia. This is due to its close proximity to the city, waterfront dining scene, and convenient location in the middle of the Swan River.

In addition, there are suburbs such as Churchlands and Swanbourne, very close to the beach and with abundant public transport. Other very convenient suburbs are Shelley, Floreat and Rossmoyne, full of parks, nature, sports worship and healthy living. All areas are inhabited by families, usually in large and spacious houses, surrounded by abundant trade and transportation.

Beneficios de esta ciudad
Oportunidades de trabajo
Clima cálido
Excelente sistema de transporte

Lots to do in Western Australia

You can swim with dolphins at Monkey Mia, surf the waves at Margaret River, dive with the whale shark at Ningaloo Reef, walk the 350-million-year-old Bungle Bungle dunes, try your luck and pan for gold at Kalgoorlie among many other activities. These are our suggestions:

Monkey Mia

In addition to swimming with dolphins, you can see sharks, rays, turtles, and a variety of fish. You are likely to come across pelicans and emus. While at Monkey Mia, in addition to the beach, you can explore the natural and cultural history of the area along the Wulyibidi Yaninyina Trail, a 1.5km circular walk over the dunes and along the coastline.

Margaret River

Margaret River is a town south of Perth known for its craft breweries, boutiques and commerce. It’s a wine region with a thriving art scene, incredible hiking trails, surfing beaches, and a sea where you can see migrating whales. Surrounded by national parks that include forests and pristine coastlines, the Margaret River region is Western Australia’s quintessential holiday destination.

Ningaloo Reef

About 1,200 kilometers north of Perth, Ningaloo Reef is a jewel of Western Australia. This reef is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and offers plenty of outdoor adventures. The most notable visitors to Ningaloo are the whale sharks. It is an ideal place to swim with manta rays, turtles and humpback whales during their migration.

Bungle Bungle range

It is a mountain range declared a World Heritage Site, it is located within the Purnululu National Park in the Kimberley region of Western Australia. Purnululu, which means ‘sandstone’, has long been inhabited by local Aboriginal people, but did not become widely known to the rest of the world until the mid-1980s.


Kalgoorlie is a small town that is a mix of gold rush history, grand colonial buildings and immense mining operations, surrounded by some of the most dazzling spring wildflowers. You can arrive by plane, road, train or guided tour from Perth. Or it can be reached by taking the Great Eastern Highway for the 600-kilometre (seven-hour) road trip from Perth.

‘Kal’, as its inhabitants call it, was born during the gold rush of 1880, when thousands of adventurers arrived in search of fortune. Today, his legacy lives on in magnificent architecture and one of the largest open-pit mines in the world.

Conoce a quienes nos eligieron para vivir esta increíble experiencia.

Let’s start to get to know each other 🙂
Tell us about your interests and goals. Take the first step and we will accompany you the rest of your way.

Elige donde vivir

Tenemos experiencias disponibles en todo Australia
Gold Coast
Sunshine Coast
Byron Bay


Sydney is located on the southeastern coast of Australia and is the capital of New South Wales. It is considered among the 10 best cities in the world to live in regarding its quality of life and also one of the most beautiful.