Australia is full of amazing cities that provide quality of life to support your study journey. The facilities and cultures of these cities form the perfect backdrop for an ideal study experience.
If you’re looking for a vibrant, culturally rich, exciting and beautiful city, then Adelaide may be the choice for you. The city itself is not only beautiful, with its surrounding parklands and green gardens, it is also a very easy city to navigate. Adelaide enjoys a more relaxed pace than other larger cities in Australia.
With its growing music scene, idyllic climate, some of the best universities in the country and close proximity to beautiful coastlines, it’s easy to understand why Brisbane is the destination of choice for many international students. There’s no denying that Brisbane has one of the best climates of all the Australian capital cities. The city’s skyline is constantly expanding vertically, as new residential buildings and office towers leap up into the sky.
With its great live music, vibrant culinary scene, world-renowned street art and inner-city laneways packed with hidden bars and cafés, Melbourne is a culture lover’s dream. Often described as Australia’s ‘cultural capital’, Melbourne is the country’s second largest city after Sydney and has been ranked first in the Economic Intelligence Unit’s World’s Most Liveable Cities ratings four years in a row. Melbourne is a diverse and multicultural city with a population of just over 4 million – 35% of whom were born overseas.
Since Perth is Australia’s sunniest capital city, it’s not too surprising that there’s a lot of focus on an outdoor lifestyle. As such there are many picturesque camping and caravan sites to help you make the most of what Perth has to offer, along with the white-sand beaches, which stretch almost the whole length of the coast. They’re known as some of the most beautiful in the world, and with over 12,000 km of beach, there’s a lot of it, too!
Sydney is Australia’s most famous city, and it’s easy to see why! Set on the iconic Sydney Harbour and surrounded by some of the country’s best beaches, Sydney is a visual feast, full of activities, places to see and great food and drink. Sydney was the site of the first British colony in Australia. As the country’s most populous city, Sydney has a strong cultural life, with many bars and restaurants serving cuisines that reflect Sydney’s multicultural community. There are also many local theatres, cinemas and live music venues that attract both local and headline international acts.
As the nation’s capital, Canberra is an excellent choice of study city. Featuring top quality institutions, amazing libraries and countless museums, it provides the ideal intellectual platform to succeed in your education.