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  • Adelaide

    Adelaide

    With a population of 1.7 million, South Australia represents 7.1% of the total Australian population.

  • Brisbane

    Brisbane

    The city of Brisbane has a clear vision to 2030 inclu​ding: 1.5 million jobs, a $217 billion economy and $75,000 per capita income.

  • Canberra

    Canberra

    Canberr​a stands out for being the largest inland city with higher population density than all capital cities combined.

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  • Darwin

    Darwin

    Darwin is the smallest and the youngest city in terms of population in Australia. However, at 1.9% it had the second fastest growth in population in 2014-15.

  • Hobart

    Hobart

    Tasmania is the most southern island in the world. Its location makes The Port of Hobart, the last stop before a journey to Antarctica.

  • Melbourne

    Melbourne

    Officially, the fastest growing city in Australia, Melbourne is placed on the top of Global Liveability Rankings by the Economist Intelligence Unit.

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  • Perth

    Perth

    As the capital of Australia's largest state, Perth is most known for its natural reserves of minerals and resources, giving rise to the mining boom of Australia.

  • Sydney

    Sydney

    As the ​​gateway to Australia, Sydney is one of the world's most favoured destinations for business and leisure.

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Adelaide

Adelaide

With a population of 1.7 million, South Australia represents 7.1% of the total Australian population.

Brisbane

Brisbane

The city of Brisbane has a clear vision to 2030 including: 1.5 million jobs, a $217 billion economy and $75,000 per capita income.

Canberra

Canberra

Canberra stands out for being the largest inland city with higher population density than all capital cities combined.

Darwin

Darwin

Darwin is the smallest and the youngest city in terms of population in Australia. However, at 1.9% it had the second fastest growth in population in 2014-15.

Hobart

Hobart

Tasmania is the most southern island in the world. Its location makes The Port of Hobart, the last stop before a journey to Antarctica.

Melbourne

Melbourne

Officially, the fastest growing city in Australia, Melbourne is placed on the top of Global Liveability Rankings by the Economist Intelligence Unit.

Perth

Perth

As the capital of Australia's largest state, Perth is most known for its natural reserves of minerals and resources, giving rise to the mining boom of Australia.

Sydney

Sydney

As the gateway to Australia, Sydney is one of the world's most favoured destinations for business and leisure.