- Wednesday 16 September 2015
He said his friends spoke highly of Australia, telling him he would love the country because it so spectacular.
“In 2001, I decided to take the plunge and enrol in Business College in Sydney,” he said.
“There are a lot of Hungarians living in Sydney and I met my now wife Eszter at a mutual friend’s housewarming.
“In 2008, we decided to move to the Sunshine Coast as I was selected as one of 14 kayakers to join The Surf and Kayak to London squad. Unfortunately I didn’t make it to the Games but we decided to stay on at the Sunshine Coast and I became a lifeguard.
“I am about to enter my eighth summer season and love the lifestyle that this job provides.
“I have also started my own personal training business, Fit Habit Fitness Solutions.
“I also now compete in triathlons. Last year I entered the Gatorade QLD Tri Series and I’m currently preparing for my next competition on the Gold Coast.
“Eszter and I love everything about the Sunshine Coast - the endless summers are definitely a bonus.
“We have a 10-week-old baby boy and it is funny he has become an Australian citizen before us.
“We look forward to joining him – it is going to be such as good feeling.”
Australian Citizenship Ceremonies on the Sunshine Coast are held bi-monthly in locations across the region.
Visit Council’s website for further information on Australian Citizenship Ceremonies.