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About Australia

Australia is among the wealthiest nations in the world and has an excellent reputation. It is a developed, multi-cultural country with a high Human Development Index ranking. It offers its people an excellent quality of life, economic freedom, civil liberties and political rights protection.

Citizen By Investment Australia

Country Overview

Download the country factsheets from the residence and citizenship tabs to find out more about the country’s programs. Alternatively, contact us directly for any specific questions.

Country Information

Australia, the only country that occupies a whole continent, is surrounded by the Indian and Pacific oceans and comprises the Mainland, the island of Tasmania, and several smaller islands.



25.4 million






Advanced, open-market



Australian dollar

Citizen By Investment Australia

An Introduction to Australian Residence

The Commonwealth of Australia comprises the Mainland of the Australian continent and many smaller islands. By area, it is the world’s sixth-largest country and is the only nation to govern a continent. Australia was among the first countries to establish democracy in the modern world. The Commonwealth of Australia came into existence in 1901. It maintained a stable, liberal, democratic political system comprising six states and several territories. The 25 million population is centred in urban areas in the east and coastal areas.


Australia is highly developed and wealthy, with the world’s 14th-largest economy. It ranks 3rd in the UN’s Human Development Index.

Australia is a member of ANZUS, the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation, the Commonwealth of Nations, the G20, the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, the Pacific Islands Forum, the United Nations, and the World Trade Organization.

All foreign nationals from New Zealand citizens must hold a visa before travelling to Australia.


There are two types of migration for non-Australian citizens: temporary and permanent. Temporary resident visas allow non-Australian citizens to remain in Australia for a specified duration for purposes that may include tourism, visiting family, study, work, and medical treatment. Many temporary visas provide a pathway to permanent residence eligibility.

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