I am 23, just became a fully qualified lawyer in Australia and am now about to travel OS for 7 months.
Hobart, Indiana, United States
international student seeking "university" courses in "land of Aussies". Where to find 1 semester courses eq... ?
You should check out the 'Good Universities Guide'- to be honest, it depends on what you want to study and where you want to live and what climate you are hoping for. If you are coming for the 'student experience' then some universities are much better than others. The Good Universities guide will give you more information about courses rather than the student perspective on each institution. UTAS is great, if you want to live in tassie, rent is cheaper than in other parts of Aus and it is a good Uni all up. If you want to live somewhere warmer and more 'happening' then perhaps check out some ｕｎｉ’ｓ ｉｎ Ｓｙｄｎｅｙ， Ｍｅｌｂｏｕｒｎｅ ａｎｄ ｅｖｅｎ Ｐｅｒｔｈ （ＷＡ）． Ｇｏｏｄ ｌｕｃｋ！ over 9 years ago
We are spending 5 days in Coles bay - Freycinet national park - for annual holiday. Family with a 5yo. Will have a rental car. Pl suggest.
I recommend that you consider doing a penguin tour at Bicheno during on evening- I did one last year and it was great and relatively inexpensive. Also, if you are into wine there are some great vineyards along the east coast that you can stop in at for tastings in between a few walks. If you are heading up to St Helens, check out the Douglas Apsley National Park as well! Enjoy! over 9 years ago
10 Days in Mexico- Do a tour or make our own way around?? What is cheapest and should you book in advance or on the ground?
Great, thanks for your help! over 9 years ago
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