City Guide

Australian cities are considered to be some of the most liveable cities in the world and consistently rank in the Top 25 of the best cities worldwide. Australia is a vast country—an entire continent, in fact—and each place differ in climate and environment. The cities in Australia have their own unique flavour attached to them, making each of them unique in their own way. Some of Australia’s best cities are:

Sydney

Sydney is located in New South Wales and is the state capital. Its location is on the south-east coast of Australia and as such, enjoys a coastal climate. The state of New South Wales as a whole has a temperate and mild climate. Students studying in Sydney have the opportunity of experiencing different activities from art and culture to surfing to rock climbing. The world famous Opera House is located in Sydney.

Melbourne

Melbourne is in the state of Victoria and is also its capital. It has been voted the world’s most liveable city for two years in a row. The climate in Melbourne sees warm summers, mild springs and autumns, and crisp winters. It is one of the most preferred destinations of international students in Australia.

Perth

Perth is the capital city of Western Australia. It is considered to be one of the most isolated cities in the world, and is on one side bordered by the Indian Ocean and on the other side by the Australian outback. It is also considered to be the “Education City” of Australia.

Brisbane

Brisbane is located in Queensland and is its capital city. It is Australia’s New World City and boasts of one of the fastest growing economies in the world. Brisbane has one of the lowest costs of living amongst any capital city in Australia, and as such is a perfect destination for international students looking for an affordable place to receive a high-quality education.

Adelaide

Adelaide is the capital city of South Australia. It boasts of the lowest cost of living of any city in Australia. Considered as one of the most liveable cities in the world, Adelaide has a host of things to offer to its residents apart from a high quality of life. It is considered to be the food as well as wine capital of Australia and hosts numerous festivals every year.