Hi, I’m Anna Moran. I’m a Britstralian from Leicester in the UK, now living in Perth in Western Australia.
I came to Australia in May 2011. I was 26 and I came here on a one year working holiday visa. I initially had no intention of staying in Australia and planned to get back to London to continue with my journalism career.
After seeing the opportunities and beautiful lifestyle I made the decision to stay a little longer.
During that time, I ended up having a severe mental breakdown which forced me to face many of my fears. Fortunately, it encouraged me to repair many broken relationships from my past.
Ten years later I have met a lovely Australian man and now that it looks like I could be here for a wee while longer, I have decided to produce a podcast about Brits living in Australia.
Bullet points of key topics & time stamps:
● 00:37 – find out how many British expats are in Australia
● 00:40 – find out which city apparently has the largest community of British expats in the world
● 02:28 - find out how long it takes to drive across Australia from East to West
List of resources mentioned in episode, suggested reading & social media handles:
● Migration trends of UK citizens in Australia
● Map of Perth, Western Australia
● Wikipedia: Perth, Western Australia
● Australian Working Holiday Visa (417)
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