Melbourne is considered one of the most livable Australian cities because of its culture, nightlife, and entertainment on offer plus excellent public transport.
Sydney ranks well in terms of desirability, employ ability, student mix, and more. It has a superior quality of life coupled with a mesmerizing mix of beaches.
Like all other Australian cities, Canberra scores quite well in the ‘student mix’ category, reflecting its large and internationally diverse student population.
One of the oldest cities in Australia, Brisbane is a lively subtropical paradise with a thriving food scene, coffee culture, music and art scene.
Known as The Festival City, Adelaide is the fifth-largest city of Australia. It is known for its world-class wine, mouth-watering food, pristine coastline, and attractive wide boulevards.
Located on the Western coast, Perth is a beautiful city blessed with a seemingly endless stretch of snow-white sand. It is home to four public universities and one private university.
Located in Queensland, south of Brisbane, Gold Coast is the sixth-largest city of Australia with surfing beaches, high-rises dominating the skyline, theme parks, and nightlife.