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With Our working holiday in Melbourne, the second largest city in Australia you can work as au pair, in the capital of Victoria, the state's smallest continent. 

Lying on the bed of the Yarra River, one of the attractions of the city, Melbourne combines the sophistication of the highest technology with the ingenuity of the natural beauty and enjoy a quality of life envied by many. 
The year 2002 was proclaimed as the best city in the world to live and migrate according to a report by "The Economist". The city has a wide and diverse range of cultural activities, including artistic events, plays, exhibitions, festivals and street entertainment and sports.

Among its attractions are cultural highlights of the Melbourne Museum, which is the largest in Australia and one of the most modern in the world, with collections that cover different aspects of human life from science and technology to issues related to the mind and body human, without neglecting the great legacy of indigenous cultures in the area. 
The claim of Melbourne to be the cultural capital of the nation is well founded: the artistic life of Melbourne thrives, with the added ingredient of a healthy touch of counterculture, and has as its climax the intellectual Melbourne Festival during the last two weeks of October As well as other unconventional parallel festival (and scarce), the Fringe Festival. 


The particular infrastructure of the city with beautiful landscape gardens and parks in the English style, provides green space near the center. Beneath the skyscrapers of the business district Central Business District (CBD) to find the sides of the leafy boulevards a group of Victorian buildings and low solid showing a scale of the city more humane.


The sport, especially Aussie rules football, it is almost a religion in this land. The Melbourne Cup in November is a national holiday which is celebrated with joy and the beautiful sports of the city, mostly built for the 1956 Olympics, are used often. The Grand Slam tennis, horse racing and the Grand Prix Formula 1 are practically holidays, a kind of Pentecost from the competition. Cricket fans and soccer, its inhabitants have shown that they can put their skilled hands on almost everything, including rugby balls, gyms, swimming pools, racing in the Yarra River, among other things. 

Natural Beauties

For the short distances and excellent roads, you can make interesting excursions in the day to learn about the natural beauties of the state of Victoria, the mountains east of Alpine-Victoria, and the Grampians mountain range to the west, the northwest desert plateaus, the Riverina fertile valleys on the Murray River to the north. Within an hour of Melbourne is the Yarra Valley to the east or the Mornington Peninsula to the southwest, where food and produce excellent wines. 

Growth in Melbourne

The year marked in golden letters in the history of Melbourne is 1851, not only when it became independent from New South Wales but found large reserves of gold. In one year, rose from 77,000 to more than 340,000 inhabitants. And his harsh urban center, an almost perfect grid with wide avenues, was filled with large buildings in the purest style of American colonialism. Today, this city has a little more than 3 million inhabitants and continues to grow, offering ever more reason to go and visit her, because they do not, stay to live.