Firstly, I'm sorry if this question has been asked squilions of times before...but!!...
Who is the best organisation to go through to organise an Australian working holiday?!
The companies I know of are STA, Bunac, OzIntro, Real Gap and Nomads. Each offer varying levels of job search support/social activities/nights in hostels etc etc, but has anyone got any ideas which is the 'best' to go with?
So far, I've ruled out OzIntro, as even though I will be able to get my visa granted when I'm 30, I can't arrive in Oz until after I turn 31 (due to another trip I've already got sorted for this year).
And apparently you can only be max 30yrs when actually doing the OzIntro week in Sydney - even though I'll have a valid visa to work!! RUBBISH!
It looks like you get a lot of job support with Bunac and I like the idea of the group flight/HKG stopover. Real Gap looks quite good too.
But STA Travel and Nomads are a lot cheaper and you can start in one of several main cities, not just do the usual thing of starting in Sydney.
So is it worth paying more to go with someone like Bunac, or is the relative 'bare-bones' support from STA Travel etc enough?
OR!!!! - is it better/easy to do things totally independently??