I could write several paragraphs on the situation in Australia, but the short story is that the education for electrology here is very poor and inaccessible for those who seek to become specialised electrologists. Learning to do electrolysis properly currently requires either studying in North America or studying under an Australian electrologist who has learnt, at least partially, in North America. This has led to a shortage of skilled operators.
Consumers are desperate for permanent hair removal, and many require treatments spanning several hours. However, most businesses offering electrolysis here refuse to treat for longer than 30 to 60 minutes. I’m sure you can see why this is problematic when so many people have had poor laser results on their legs, back, face and so on.
If you have any specific questions, I’ll be happy to try and answer them. The market for electrolysis in Australia is just waiting for someone to come in and take advantage of it. I hope you seriously consider opening your office here… and if you open your office here, I hope you also consider opening a school.