Australia, being the World’s sixth largest Country by total area is one of the key tourist location for vacays. It is Unique and Diverse every way in culture, history, food etc. Here, are some best places to live in Australia.
1. Melbourne, Victoria
It is the State Capital and has set the pace for the Urban Growth and development. It has popular points which include the National Art Gallery and many other places of attraction.
The capital city of Australia is nestled neatly between New South Wales and Victoria, the two most populated states – as you may imagine, it was chosen as a compromise between the notoriously competitive Sydney and Melbourne.
Brisbane is particularly popular with Australian tourists, but also beloved by travellers from abroad. It’s a charming city that crisscrosses the Brisbane River, and its boutique shopping, friendly atmosphere, and delicious restaurants can’t be beaten. It’s quieter than Sydney and Melbourne, but not sleepy: there’s always plenty to see and do.
4. Coral Bay
If you’re visiting Western Australia, Coral Bay is a must-see, if you’re up to the 11-hour drive from Perth or 13-hour drive from Broome to get there! On the upside, it’s an interesting journey if you’re traveling up from Perth: Gerald town, Kalbarri, the UNESCO-listed Hamelin Pool, or the famous dolphins of Monkey Mia are all short and easy detours.
5. Great Ocean Road
Starting at the cute township of Torquay (famous for its surf beaches, including the world-famous Bells Beach), this Australian Heritage-listed, a 243km stretch of road boasts gorgeous coastal and mountain views, pristine white-sand beaches, a collection of small Australian towns that are fascinating in their own right, and the iconic Twelve Apostles.