Western Australia is the largest State in Australia and home to 2.6 million people who come from over 200 different countries, the majority of whom (2.1 million people) live in the capital city of Perth. With 12 per cent of the population speaking a language other than English at home, our workforce communicates easily with countries and businesses around the world creating the perfect environment for international interns.
Western Australia is a world leader in the production of minerals and petroleum, wool, seafood, pearls, premium wines and gourmet foods, has a strong agribusiness industry, and a growing services sector, which includes scientific and medical research, tourism, education, architecture, ship building and defence, engineering, construction, subsea development, film, fashion, music and writing.
This diversity in the workforce makes it an ideal City for an internship offering opportunities in almost every area.
The climate is also varied, from the Mediterranean climate of the south, to the tropical climate of the north, meaning that you can find summer in Western Australia at any time of year. The winters don’t usually get colder than 5 degrees and in Summer it is rarely above 36 degrees and more sunshine than any other Australian capitol city it is the ideal place.
Perth has always been breathtakingly beautiful but in the last few years it has exploded with a new culture of small bars, hip restaurants and boutique hotels. boasting wineries on the city’s doorstep, one of the world’s largest inner-city parks in the center and pristine beaches all along the coast Perth promises extraordinary experiences.
Swan Valley is 20 minutes from the city and a perfect spot to spend the weekend with an endless stretch of Boutique wineries, Food and Delicacies, Restaurants, Shops, Galleries, Distilleries, House of Honey, a French Patisserie and more.
In the Perth Hills there is another wine trail with wineries offering breathtaking views across the valley.
Margaret River is another wine region with a lot to offer and just 4 hours from Perth offering not just great food and wine but also great watersport options and amazing beaches.
Just 20 minutes from the city you can drive up to the Hills another great region for hikes, mountain biking and a lot of other activities.
There a quaint little country towns, a wine trail, wildlife rescue centers, waterfalls, stunning city views and scenic drives , Camel rides and more to explore.