At 9am (Australian Central Standard Time) on 19 April 2017, the requirement for high points nomination increased from 80 to 85 points. This change was in response to the overall quota being achieved under the existing 80 points requirement.
Occupations entirely removed from the list of eligible skilled occupation on 19 April 2017 are listed below.

Australian Culture

You will probably notice some lifestyle differences between Australia and your home country. Here are some insights into Australian culture:
Migrating to Australia is a big decision and first impressions count. Whilst anyone can apply directly for migration, the regulations regarding accurate information is seen very critically by the government. A mistake, for example, a CDR or CV that isn’t unique can get flagged as plagiarised and could cost you the chance of starting your new life in Australia. A peak at the immigration forums reveals the complexity of migration law.

What visa do I need to visit Australia?

Except for Australian and New Zealand citizens, everyone needs a visa to travel to Australia. A visit visa or a visitor visa allows you to travel to Australia for a holiday or to visit family and friends. You cannot work on a visit visa. Your local travel agent can advise you on the process and charges for visit visas. It is advisable to take out a comprehensive travel and medical insurance before you travel, as medical treatment is very expensive in Australia for non-Australian citizens.