Australia is a vast expanse of beautiful and earthy land on which slowly and slowly a full country with numerous cities and valleys have taken place. All the cities and suburbs have over the contributed to the economy of the country and has either stepped down to become an affordable city with reasonable cost of living or gone up to become one of the most expensive one in the whole country. This cost of living attribute actually differs not only between cities but also within the suburbs and territories. However the question remains which city is best for living at a good standard but at affordable rate and which offers expensive range of living. Which city offer best of education and other utilities while which one will leave a heavy dent into your bank account?
As per the survey taken by other known entities and details provided by a known website called Numbeo, the cheapest city in the whole of Australia is Hobart with Sydney being the most expensive followed by Melbourne, Darwin and Perth respectively. The current year showed the increasing cost of living of certain cities in terms of being the most expensive cities in the world as stated below:
- Sydney went up to 32nd position from 41st.
- Melbourne went to 64th position from 77th
- Adelaide went up to 58th position.
- Cairns went up to 69th position.
- Hobart went up to 82nd position.
- Canberra went up to 103rd position.
On the other hand cities like Perth, Darwin and Brisbane went down on the list to position - 56th, 68th and 93rd position respectively, making them more affordable for people to live in. Different sections of life in Australia garner different set of cost of living that are detailed below with few figures as surveyed by Numbeo.
One Bedroom city center accomodation in Sydney costed $2681.48 per month, much more costly than other cities as surveyed -
- Melbourne - $1767.60
- Canberra - $1733.26
- Brisbane - $1726.13
- Adelaide - $1705.67
- Gold Coast - $1568.92
- Darwin $1524.35
- Perth - $1523.41
- Hobart - $1208.33
Cost of sending one child for childcare facilities in Sydney is around $2038.27 and more expensive in Gold Coast with cost around $2250, while other cities cost about
- Adelaide - $1600
- Melbourne - $1478
- Brisbane - $1243
- Perth - $1214
- Darwin - $1,200
- Canberra - $1168
- Hobart - $683.33
It is a known fact that where rent and childcare system is concerned, thatAs per the trend seen above, it can be denoted that Sydney is the most expensive city of Australia. However, that has not deterred its residents and future immigration candidates to choose it for their stay. For more information regarding the cost of living in Australia and other cities around the world you can contact our agency on www.ImmigrationXperts.com
and get a free consultation for all your immigration needs. is family life in Sydney is quite expensive. However, utilities like coffee is quite cheap at the same time with price being $3.90 for one regular cappuccino which is costing $4.75 in Darwin for same size. Another change in this dimension is the cost of fuel and petrol which is highest in Northern Territory at the rate of 183.9c per litre (unleaded petrol) that is at an average of 138.9c per litre for the rest of the country. Cheapest bread is available at Gold Coast at the price of $2.12 a loaf with Brisbane’s at $2.14. However, here again Sydney is the most expensive with the cost of one loaf being $2.80.
As per the trend seen above, it can be denoted that Sydney is the most expensive city of Australia. However, that has not deterred its residents and future immigration candidates to choose it for their stay. For more information regarding the cost of living in Australia and other cities around the world you can contact our agency on www.ImmigrationXperts.com
and get a free consultation for all your immigration needs.