If you are not sure how to structure an essay, this might help. It allows you to put in your main ideas to get an organized outline, and then you can use the outline to write an essay. Of course, on your real exam, you will need to make your own on paper 🙂
Some IELTS candidates have trouble understanding the Australian accent. Here is a link to TEDx videos, some from Australians, that you can check out:
And then there’s this little video of a Canadian and an Australian comparing their pronunciation:
Here is a link to some useful phrasal verbs.
Here are two sites that may help you with essay writing, specifically focusing on vocabulary.
This page focuses on cohesive devices: https://www.oxford-royale.co.uk/articles/words-phrases-good-essays.html
This site has a couple word lists you can download and suggestions on how to use them: http://www.dcielts.com/ielts-essays/vocabulary-a-list/
This website has a lot of examples of everything, really. It’s not all worthy of a band 9, but there is some good information. This example is quite strong, although the use of paragraphs is not completely logical.
Here is a table with some useful vocabulary for describing trends. (Avoid “go up” and “go down” by using more academic words)