Brits have been encouraged to consider making an overseas money transfer and visit Australia by Destination NSW.
The tourism group for Sydney and New South Wales says there are always events and attractions ongoing that make the region an exciting place to visit.
Sandra Chipcase, chief executive of the group, said that the region boasts stage shows, art exhibitions, major music festivals, sports events and surf carnivals.
"October will see thousands of foodies descend upon Sydney from all over the world for the Crave Sydney International Food Festival and in December the site of the Sydney 2000 Olympics will come alive with the roar of V8 engines for the V8 Supercar Series," she commented.
According to the expert, holidaymakers should head over for the New Year's Eve celebration in Sydney.
"Nothing beats New Year's Eve in Sydney with the world's most spectacular fireworks display on Sydney Harbour and the Harbour Bridge," she concluded.
Many people visiting Australia may end up being seduced by its sunny climate and array of activities and be tempted to live there.
Australian Property Investor recently said that Brits find it easy transitioning to Australia, as the countries share a language and similar culture.
"Our education system, land availability and business opportunities make Australia an attractive proposition for UK and other overseas investors," commented the publication's editor, Eyans Brodie.
"Australia is also politically safe and foreigners can borrow up to 80 per cent, just like Australians, for the purposes of buying property. "