Australia Dominated Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) Liveability Ranking In 2015
When planning to migrate to Australia, you will need to organize everything, including finding the appropriate accommodation in any city across the country. Part of the decision making is whether to buy or rent a property. This may not be a tedious task for you as Australia has the highest number of liveable cities in the world.
With plenty of space, beautiful sceneries, welcoming people and a vast range of great opportunities waiting just around every corner of the country, Australian cities are the great places to live, study and work.
When it comes to liveability, the differences of one city to another vary depending on how you live and handle expenses. With that being said, it is still interesting for migrants to look at the quality of living in different Australian cities to figure out on which you can start a new beginning after getting approval on your permanent residence and work visa application.
For 2015, Australian cities dominated the Economist Intelligence Unit’s (EIU) ranking of the world’s most liveable cities. Together with some Canadian places, the results were based on the stability of the city, the availability of infrastructure, education and even the safety of the environment as a whole.
Below are the rankings from EIU:
- Melbourne, Australia
- Vienna, Austria
- Vancouver, Canada
- Calgary, Alberta and Adelaide, Australia
- (No sixth, since two tied at fifth)
- Sydney, Australia
- Perth, Australia
- Auckland, New Zealand
- Helsinki, Finland and Zurich Switzerland
For five years in a row, Melbourne has been known as the world’s most livable city. This section might probably help you decide which city to settle in when you got approval on your visa application. As a first step, let our consultants help you to take your Australian visa application forward.