Adelaide, the capital of South Australia, is a multicultural, modern and tolerant city with a wonderful lifestyle.
Well planned, with a population of one million people, it has earned praise as a world-class centre for education, the arts, science and technology.
An ideal Mediterranean climate adds to its relaxed and friendly environment, and its excellence in the performing and visual arts has made it the Festival City of Australia.
The Whitsundays is centrally located on the tropical Queensland coast midway between Cairns and Brisbane.
The Whitsundays College of English is situated in the beautiful coastal town of Airlie Beach, Gateway to the Whitsundays Islands and Great Barrier Reef. Airlie Beach is a colourful holiday destination with mainland activities ranging from the ambience of lazing around the Airlie lagoon to exploring the bustling Saturday Morning marketplace or vibrant nightlife.
The options for exploring the Whitsundays Islands and Great Barrier Reef are unlimited. Dive or snorkel on the reef or enjoy the beautiful white sands of Whitehaven Beach. Go whale watching and visit one of the 74 islands that make up the Whitsundays group.
Tasmania is a quiet, safe, unspoiled corner of Australia. Its people are friendly and hospitable, and there is a unique mix of cultures from all over the world, making Hobart an ideal place to study, relax, and explore.
Tasmania is home to an accessible World Heritage wilderness, dense ancient forests, beautiful beaches and lush, green rolling pastures.
There are also reminders of the island's penal colony beginnings, fine Georgian and Victorian architecture, excellent restaurants, wineries and theatre and welcoming locals who are justifiably proud of the state.