Expatriates with international health insurance may wish to move to Australia, which was described as "a nature lover's dream" by one writer.
Brooke Schoenman, who produces articles for WhyGo Australia, said the Great Barrier Reef, which is so sizable it can be seen from space, is "great for snorkelling or diving".
The "lush green jungles, Mars-like red outback" and pristine beaches are some of the "scenic outdoor locations" that can be seen in the country, she continued.
Furthermore, animal fans may appreciate Fraser Island, a large sand-dune island she noted is "crawling with dingoes and other unique wildlife".
Wine drinkers can find vineyards across south Australia and urban enthusiasts can visit iconic buildings such as the Sydney Opera House, the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Olympic stadium, the writer recommended.
The "tropical beach hubs" of Townsville and Cairns or the "trendy cafe culture" of Melbourne may also appeal to other individuals, Ms Schoenman concluded.
Her comments correspond to those of Rodney Harrex, general manager for the UK and northern Europe at Tourism Australia, who recently said this nation has "something for everyone".