Universities in Australia Some of the world’s best universities. Innovative programs, some available nowhere else. A wonderful climate. A reasonable cost of living. Exotic travel experiences. Incredibly friendly people. For students, Australia pretty much has it all. Which is why it hosts more than 500,000 international students each year, making it one of world’s most popular foreign study destinations. Besides being a great experience, studying at an Australian or New Zealand university is a great way to gain an edge in an increasingly globalized economy. No matter which university or program you choose, international study will give you access to unique academic, professional, and personal opportunities. Gold Coast, Queensland Learn More Orange, New South Wales Learn More Geelong, Victoria Learn More Adelaide, South Australia Learn More Gold Coast, Queensland Learn More Townsville or Cairns, Queensland Learn More Melbourne, Victoria Learn More North Ryde, New South Wales Learn More Melbourne, Victoria Learn More Melbourne, Victoria Learn More Fremantle, Western Australia Learn More Dunedin, Otago Learn More Brisbane, Queensland Learn More Sydney, New South Wales Learn More Perth, Western Australia Learn More Australian City Guides So, you’re considering applying to an Australian or New Zealand university. Maybe you’ve already received a letter of offer (or three!) and you’re curious about which university—and location—is for you. Now is a great time to learn more about your university’s location! In our City Guides, we give you a bit more info about the cities, their transportation systems, the best places to visit, what OzTREKK students say about their cities, and of course, weather (some places are super hot; some are not. Find out which is which!).