The Relationship Across The Ditch: Economic rises and falls between Australia and New Zealand

  • Posted by Sean on September 15, 2016 in Global Economies Immigration Travel

Aussies and Kiwis have been trading citizens and currencies for decades. In this three-part series entitled The Relationship Across The  Ditch, we’ll explore some of the many things which contribute to the uniqueness of the relationship. 

Over the years, there have been a number of trends of the trade that have a substantial impact on the currency, housing prices and employment prospects. We’re going to take you through the most significant of these trends and give you some idea as to what we think will happen in the near future.


10 Best Things About Being an Expat in New Zealand

  • Posted by Sean on August 18, 2016 in Immigration Travel

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Being an expat in New Zealand can be a little daunting – after all, it’s a long way from anywhere (unless you count Australia). Thankfully, Aotearoa is quirky and charming – and there are plenty of reasons to fall in love with it. We’re going to take you through our ten favourite things about being an expat in New Zealand.


5 Travel Planner Apps to Keep Your Trip Organised

  • Posted by Sean on October 6, 2015 in Technology Travel

Planning a trip soon? Here’s the essential apps you need to stay organised.


Your Guide to the Top Travel Agencies in India

  • Posted by Sean on August 6, 2015 in Travel

Where and how people travel has changed drastically over recent years. Due to travel becoming a lot more economical, destinations further abroad are becoming increasingly attractive. One of these destinations is India, which has seen a surge in tourist numbers as of late. Not only has travel become more accessible, but also the travel industry itself has seen revolutionary changes.


Top 10 India Budget Travel Tips

  • Posted by Paul on June 4, 2015 in Global Money Transfer Travel

India is renowned as one of the world’s best places to travel to. The culture, people, and history all combine to provide something unique to travellers. Fortunately, you don’t need vast sums of money to experience India and all that is has to offer. Travel to India is relatively inexpensive compared to many destinations, but read below for ten India budget travel tips to make your money go even further.


Top 10 Ways to Save Money on Travel

  • Posted by Jason on June 3, 2015 in Students Travel

Travelling can be expensive, but it doesn’t necessarily have to be that way. No matter what destination you choose, there are plenty of simple ways to reduce costs and enjoy your vacation even more. Some websites may offer tips and advice that seem like common sense, so we have compiled a list of the top 10 ways to save money on travel that you haven’t heard before. Keep reading to find out what they are.


How to move to Australia: Immigration guide

  • Posted by Jason on November 25, 2014 in Immigration Travel

Moving to Australia is an appealing prospect for people from all over the world, with large numbers of Brits, Kiwis and people from other countries making the decision to head to the lucky country every year. With a strong economy, a fantastic climate, loads of opportunity and friendly people, it’s really no wonder that relocation to Australia is something that so many people around the world want to do.


Travel Exchange Rates: Make Your Travel Money Go Further

  • Posted by Paul on October 1, 2014 in Travel

Travel exchange rates are a moveable feast and something that every traveler would do well to have an understanding of before they set off on their journey. You’ve finally saved up for that dream holiday, you’ve got the time off work, your bags are packed and you’re looking forward to kicking back on a beach with a Mai Tai.


How to Send Money from Australia to the Philippines: What You Need to Know

  • Posted by Jason on September 29, 2014 in Global Money Transfer Immigration Travel

To send money from Australia to the Philippines you’ve got a range of options to choose from. The process can be expensive and confusing and you’ve got to do your research before you make a final decision on what process and provider is going to suit your requirements.


Taking the Leap: How to Move Overseas (Without Going Broke)

  • Posted by Jason on June 25, 2014 in Immigration Travel

So you’ve decided to take on a new adventure and move abroad. It sounds rather exciting, doesn’t it? That is until you’re faced with an intimidating list of things to do. Where do you start? What do you need to plan? Don’t panic because this post will guide you through how to move overseas in four easy steps.