Melbourne, Australia, July 17, 2006 --(PR.com
)-- Whether you are from intrastate, interstate or overseas, it is nice to feel welcome when you arrive in a new city. Seasoned expatriates know the value of local newcomer groups, but Multicultural Australia encourages you to establish your own networks - via your passions and interests in life.
So how do you find the best ways to connect in Melbourne? What individuals and groups can help you find what you are looking for? Two hours of tried and tested advice can save you months of fruitless searching.
And if you are moving for the first time, or returning to Australia after several years overseas, how will you adjust to Australian culture? Surprisingly, many Australians do not recognise the 'culture' that is here - but if you want to make the most of your new life in your new location, you will need local knowledge - from someone who has your interests at heart.
After completing two major research projects and advising thousands of people on where to go and what to do after arriving in Melbourne, Sue Ellson, the Founder of Newcomers Network, is well known as the person to help you get connected in Melbourne. Join her and other newcomers at one of the Newcomer Information Sessions or attend the Welcome to Melbourne Social Events and make new friends with global mindsets.
To register your interest - visit
or phone Sue Ellson direct on +613402243271