With its thirty-seven thousand kilometres of coastline, more than seven thousand beaches and 90% of its population living by the ocean, Australia is most definitely a country with a taste for waves.
But over the years it has also become a first-choice destination for those wishing to learn English. It is ideal for long stays. There's no doubt about it. Having long stood apart from questions that concern the rest of the world, there is no lack of arguments in Australia today. It’s a sacred land for surfers, who know where to find the best waves and the hidden coves. Its cities are made for swimming and nightlife. With the Great Barrier Reef on the East Coast (Cairns) and sandy beaches on the west (Perth), the largest island in the world seems to have been designed for pleasure. When you get the opportunity, a trip inland is also recommended. The outback, a hinterland that seems to have been untouched by man, offers its own discoveries. Aboriginal sites, eucalyptus forests and long stretches of wilderness. What more do you need on a language study trip that already resembles a dream holiday? Among the numerous cities that offer language studies, each has its own temperament. From the small lost paradise of Byron Bay, to the cosmopolitan and flamboyant Brisbane, you are sure to find the destination that suits you best in Australia.