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Sydney Australia Events March
The first month of autumn is packed with things to do: fashion shows, exhibitions, festivals and the launch of the YouTube Symphony Orchestra at Sydney Opera House.
Nursing in Australia
We asked Emma Bates, a UK trained nurse who has worked in Australia and has written a book about nursing in this country a couple of questions about her experience in Australia and about her book. It is a must read for any overseas qualified nurse who wishes to work Down Under. An excellent "how to" guide packed with tips.
Working in Health Care in Australia
Emma has also a lot of technical and practical information for student nurses who want to familiarise themselves with work in the health care service.
Universities in Australia
Here is a brief overview of universities and what alternative education pathways are available in Australia.
If you are visiting Sydney you'll want to know more about its public transport: buses and cityrail.
You also have the option to travel around the centre of Sydney by monorail and trams.
Read a question asked by one of our visitors and our reply.
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That's all for now. We'll be adding more pages about Australia, life in Sydney and tips on how to make the most of it.
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Until then, have a happy March.