Published on January 10th, 2013 | by john.weir0
The internet’s founder heads downunder ; you can too!
If your new year’s resolution is to get to Australia in 2013, then a visit to Down Under Live can help make your dream come true.
Sir Tim Berners Lee, the founder of the world wide web (or internet as it is more commonly known) will be one of the thousands of Britons visiting Canberra, Melbourne and Sydney in January. His lecture tour comes as the UK’s leading emigration and jobs expo, Down Under Live gears up for a month of events in February 2013.
Down Under Live will be in Dublin (2nd February), London (9th & 10th February), Glasgow (16th & 17th February), and Birmingham on the 23rd and 24th February, offering a unique mix of immigration advice , expert talks and jobs in Australia and New Zealand. Many visitors to the show have found jobs and a new life downunder, and interest in moving to Australia has never been greater.
Recent research showed that a majority of middle-class families want to leave Britain because it no longer offers them an adequate quality of life. Australia was the first country of choice, with almost one in three wanting to move Down Under.
John Weir, event director of Down Under Live, says “Down Under Live is the number one event for anyone looking to emigrate downunder, go on a working holiday, or just find out more about visiting Australia and New Zealand. Last year, more than 20,000 visitors came to our shows, and we expect even greater interest in 2013.”
Tickets for Down Under Live can be purchased for £10 in advance (£15 on the door) by visiting the website – www.downunderlive.co.uk – or calling +44 1179 323586.