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Australia Working Visa Book Review and Giveaway

Posted by on April 7, 2014

This was meant to go live like ages ago…but life happens! Actually Kids happen – one returns from Seven Months Deployment and then becomes so very sick! And then there is there our other sons – life just seems to be really crazily busy  at the moment and I trying to get back on top of everything. And gee…the emails keep rolling on in!

Australia Working Visa Book

I was asked to read “How To Get Your 2nd Year WHV in Australia” book {By Harvie Kalazaki} and give a review. Glad to because I have always wondered how one could travel around Australia, backpacking and working from place to place.

Always wondered – how does one come from overseas and work here. It is a great way to travel our gorgeous country, and perfect for those who are young/single/backpacker/explorer.

The book actually helped clear up a lot of my questions about ::

  • Tax and working
  • How to apply for a working visa
  • How to find the work
  • Where to go for the best seasonal work {remember that depends on the climate!}
  • What to do for transport
  • Living accommodation
  • And so much more!

The ebook is a personal experience (From a real person who came here and travelled/worked} , and is only a guideline for what/how/when/why you can work in Australia for 88 days and apply for a 2nd Visa.

So yes it has lots of great tips and hints – at the end of the day its really up to you on applying the information for your working around Australia experience.

travelling australia

INFORMATION FROM THE BOOK

I do know one thing! I think the book covers everything you will need to know, its detailed with a lot of useful links/information through the book – links that will take you to government websites to start the process – from applying for a working VISA, to tax information, employment agencies, internet Job Sites, couching surfing, Airbnb, Medicare, Ambulance cover, Bank Accounts, Cheap flights….like I said there is a lot of useful links through out the book.

As well as how to plan a budget so that you are saving as much as your pay as possible. Basically its your one stop place for “Australia Working Visa:)

We Have Three eBooks To Give Away To Our Amazing Readers ::

a Rafflecopter giveaway

* This was a Product review and giveaway – all thoughts and opinions are my own. We were not paid to write about this ebook

Want To Know More?

Harvie has more information about his ebook/travels/experience –  A Farang Abroad and his ebook can be purchased at WHV Australia.

Have You Thought About Working In Australia?

Cheers

Lisa

New Life on the Road

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4 Responses to Australia Working Visa Book Review and Giveaway

  1. budget jan

    What a great book. Everything you need to know so that long term visitors can know before they go!
    budget jan recently posted..Tuesday in Townsville Falling in Love with Riverway again

  2. Grace

    What a great resourceful book. I think it can be really daunting for someone to come over on a working holiday visa. Especially as most of these travellers are young.
    Grace recently posted..FYBF – The Audition Tape Edition

    • Lisa

      Thanks Grace, Sure would be freaky not knowing all the rules/regulations for overseas Holiday Visa here in Australia. This eBook is great for tips/information :)

  3. budget jan

    Thank you both Harvie for the book and Lisa for the chance of winning it. I can’t wait to get stuck into it. :)
    budget jan recently posted..Tuesday in Townsville Ocean Views and Sunsets

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