Which is the best city in Australia to live?

Which is the best city in Australia to live?

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  1. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Any with no Australians.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      That's all of the capital cities then

  2. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Auckland

  3. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Vienna

    • 1 year ago
      Yesyesno

      That’s Austria in te eu, not Australia,..

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        thatsthejoke.jpg

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        Australia hasn't been the same since the Croatians stole Tasmania.

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          GO BACK TO CHINA WOGS!

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          are croatian australians based or moronic?

          • 1 year ago
            Anonymous

            moronic. Serbs are the worst Australians so they're close

  4. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Adelaide - cheaper than anywhere else, you're close to everywhere. Lots to see and do, has an old world feel

    Sydney - Like london or any big city, very expensive, lots to see and do.

    Melbourne - hipster central, medium city, lots to see and do, a bit expensive but its ok if you get out of the city. Close to everything.

    Perth - far from everywhere, literally nothing to do, most places close at 5pm. Great if all you want to do is stare at the ocean and look at some rocks. Expensive living costs, currently has the worst rental crisis of anywhere

    What else do you want to know, ask me some questions

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      Tell me about Tasmania and Hobart.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        Tasmania as a whole feels like a never ending country town. Hobart is relatively small but limited opportunities - nice for a visit for sure. Tassie is rugged and nature-orientated, but honestly you'll never see more road kill on the roads anywhere compared to it sadly.

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          How's the cooming there?

          • 1 year ago
            Anonymous

            I wouldn't know, but probably comparable to mainland. A bit less choice perhaps.

          • 1 year ago
            Anonymous

            Stinky boxed fat chicks.
            Tasmania is probably the worst place in earth for cooming for a multitude of reasons

          • 1 year ago
            Anonymous

            Good if you like roadkill or trying to frick the ute isself

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        Full of illiterate meth smoking unemployed morons with facial tattoos.
        Contrary to what others have said the highest and tightest rental squeeze of any capital and weirdly no jobs to provide the income needed to live in Hobart
        It’s a riddle wrapped in a mystery wrapped in a residential lease contract

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        great if you love SighSee but the women are like shaved gorillas

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      >Perth - far from everywhere, literally nothing to do, most places close at 5pm. Great if all you want to do is stare at the ocean and look at some rocks. Expensive living costs, currently has the worst rental crisis of anywhere
      Thats weird because coming from a leaf I noted perth as much more livable than here. Its one of the places id consider if I could get PR

      IIRC it compared well against Toronto with a numbeo COL comparison, and I could rent a house in Perth for what a bachelors apartment would run me an hours drive from the GTA

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        I'm Canadian and I have lived in Perth for 13 years. Love it because I hate winter and enjoy motorbikes year round.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      what about Gold Coast?

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      >literally nothing to do
      thats what surfers want you to think
      pretty much anyone who's seriously into surfing ends up in WA at some point

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      This is bascially right on all accounts esp. Perth being a shithole. From Adelaide but (+):

      Hobart: Great food and parks/wildlife is well funded, some of the best outdoorsing you can do in Australia. Houses are cheaper and there's a decent job market esp. if you work in Health.

      Darwin: Set your clocks back to 1980 re. the working culture. People do frick all work-wise, some of the laziest people in Australia. You will have your shit stolen or broken into at some point sooner or later. Cheap flights to and from Bali.

      Alice Springs: Expensive rent + you will have your shit stolen or smashed. Tons of Melbourne hipsters who go there with a white-saviour complex and a social work degree to work for an NGO on absurd (100k+) money.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        >You will have your shit stolen or broken into at some point sooner or later
        By who?

        Redpill me on Perth. It seems like a good place to get away from it all, nice and remote.

        Same

        If a war happens its like the most secure place on earth to have your family, direct migration crises are unlikely with 4000+ miles of open ocean in every direction, its not susceptible to any natural disasters Im aware of besides drought/wildfires, and its reasonably priced by western standards

        In a world with the internet/online shopping/telecommutes, nobody actually needs to live in centrally placed shitholes like NYC/London/Hong Kong. Some distance from major population centres is a bonus IMO.

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          Redpill me on Perth. It seems like a good place to get away from it all, nice and remote.

          Imagine getting all your food and supplies from trains and trucks that travel 3000km from the Eastern seaboard.

          "Direct migration crises" don't happen anywhere in Australia... we just import x amt of Indians to keep house prices from depreciating and backfill nursing home/fruit picking jobs. if you want distance from a city centre but also enjoy the locality of having some remote access to amenities you're better off considering country South Australia or Victoria.

          • 1 year ago
            Anonymous

            >Imagine getting all your food and supplies from trains and trucks that travel 3000km from the Eastern seaboard.
            I checked numbeo, perth food prices are actually comparable or slightly cheaper than toronto

            Theres a few weird things that are quite expensive, but the basics like eggs/dairy/protein are cheaper than what Im used to

            >"Direct migration crises" don't happen anywhere in Australia... we just import x amt of Indians to keep house prices from depreciating and backfill nursing home/fruit picking jobs
            Exactly, so the quality of those that are let in is higher than in places like england or the southern us where any carpetbagging shitskin that feels like jumping the border can do so regardless of criminal record/skills/background

            >if you want distance from a city centre but also enjoy the locality of having some remote access to amenities you're better off considering country South Australia or Victoria.
            Seems kinda expensive though.

            Im not that obsessed with perth, it just seems like a pretty decent option for western cities

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        >100k
        >absurd
        Average pay discounting retail and unemployed is like 150k in this country

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          Median pay in Australia is 50k/year

          • 1 year ago
            Anonymous

            its 80 average is 100

          • 1 year ago
            Anonymous

            Yeah now discount unemployed and retail kids jobs and it’s 100

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      >melbourne
      >close to everything
      Not true at all.
      If you have a car, you have to go places early morning or late at night. All other hours the road system is gridlocked and it takes hours to get anywhere.
      If you don’t have a car and you’re using the tram system, going anywhere usually means getting sent into the city centre and then back out to wherever you’re going. Takes forever.
      And your journey is almost always delayed even further because the morons that designed the tram system made them run along the roads, meaning they spend most of their time sitting in gridlocked traffic.
      To go anywhere in Melbourne takes minimum 40 minutes.
      It would take me an hour and a half to get to work, often 2 hours.

      Melbourne is also a very run down, dirty place. The CBD especially is ugly as frick. Not helped by how dreary and bleak the place is in winter.

      Melbourne’s redemption comes from how many cool bars and venues there are, and how many events are going on. Sports, music, theatre, whatever you’re into, there will pretty much always be something happening in Melbourne.
      If it wasn’t for this cultural scene it would be a shit tier city.

  5. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    living in australia is like living in hell. australians are some of the most moronic, yet smug people on the planet, and the australian government is adversarial to its people in almost all of its manifestations. dealing with any auspice of the state here just feels like its purposely designed to hinder you, if not outright attack you. income and capital gains tax here is fricking absurd if you make any serious cash, the cities are either expensive and fricking boring or absurdly expensive and alright, and all of them are plagued with aggressive homeless and ice addict zombies. the beaches here are gorgeous and the nature and national parks that are available are great, although they don't even come close to making up for all of the above.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      where are you living, this doesn't describe anywhere in australia I've been.
      could it all be in your head?, you feel the world is out to get you when in reality it doesn't care what you do

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        >where are you living
        >doesn't describe anywhere in australia I've been
        so you, who has visited australia, knows it better than me, who lives here and has for my entire life
        >could it all be in your head?
        back to plebbit

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          The fricking yanks all do it m8. I helped another anon coming to Australia in another thread and then I got told I'm giving incorrect information and I don't know Australia like they do because they'd been here for a week holiday before. I've only been here for almost 40 years and born here what the frick would I know

          • 1 year ago
            Anonymous

            When I visited Australia, my Australian friends gave me bad, wrong information about lots of things. I just learned to ignore them and had a great time at my own pace.

            I don't think they misled me on purpose, it's just that they view things through the lense of a mired local stuck in his situation, rather than a temporary visitor with a fresh perspective.

            BTW you c**ts drink way too much. Get another hobby holy shit.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        not the guy you're replying to, but i've lived here for nearly a decade now. he's not wrong (although i think a lot of the nature here is ugly).

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        australia is fricked imagine simping for the government lmao

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      What? Dealing with the state is hard? You have fricking digital drivers licences, on-demand up to the minute income and tax data on smartphone apps, you can pay for and renew registration on a car from your phone while you’re in bed the night before it expires. Australia is the easiest country in the entire world. If you live here and you aren’t a HUGE success by whatever metric is most important to you, you are a loser.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        >everything works on paper bro i swear just wait until you get six year old fines coming through the mail bro and then them taking over a week to respond to you bro you'll see how easy it is to deal with them bro i swear just wait until they send you to court for a fine you've never heard about
        >broooo i swear this strain doesn't give you anxiety bro just wait until customs takes your phone for over a week when you return to the country bro and there's nothing you can do about it i swear bro just hit it once

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      This is somewhat of an exaggeration, though Australia is an odd case of a superficially developed country, with all the trappings of high tech, non-slum-looking, skyscrapers, but also it's kind of a facade, with serious housing shortages, an economy that makes nothing (not even war machines like the US), a heavily resource based economy, but then also a service sector. It's like it first and thirdworld maxxed. A sort of development anti-centrist.
      Australia is like a modernisation project that kinda failed and turned into a US military base with mines, full of refugees.
      Aus leadership lacks vision and so apes US movements. So you get the equivalent of an annoying shitlib or a boomer cuck conservative.
      There is a big gap between what Australia could be vs what it is.

  6. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    not mine, we're full.

  7. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Sydney - Best balance of weather, best beaches close to city, expensive, worse nightlife than it should be for a city that size

    Melbourne - Worst weather (still better than most other countries), expensive (but less than sydney), best nightlife + 'culture', average beaches

    Brisbane - Great weather, doesn't have beaches close to city but beaches nearby (sunshine coast + gold coast) are some of the best in the world, was cheaper but expensive right now, better nightlife for a city of its size.

    Perth - Great weather, good beaches, poor nightlife, same price situation as Brisbane, far away (5hr flight) from anywhere else

    Sydney = Melbourne > Brisbane > Perth in terms of job markets.

    As a Brisbanite, Sydney if you're rich, Melbourne if you're a city person and enjoy going out, and Brisbane if you enjoy the surf or outdoors

  8. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Is Australian internet really that bad?

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      yes

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      not so much anymore, but the problem is you're ~200ping from any servers
      even top 3 most played games like CS or Dota you're having to connect to SEA servers because aussie servers have 10min queue times for a match

  9. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    what's the coldest place to live in australia?

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      canbruh or hobart

  10. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Middle of nowhere outback so you can be on that stupidity redneck shit and hang wit da animalz

  11. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    I’m Texan and want to move to AUS. The accent is cool, I love the lingo, biodiversity is cool, I like the natural beauty, lots of Asian women, all with the benefit of the same language. You have a choice of rural or metropolitan areas, Highway 1 would be awesome to bike on, and public transport there mogs it here where we have nothing and I hate being cat dependent. Yeah I know the economy is a meme but on the flip side the consumer protection laws are better. I won’t be discouraged by all the “grass is always greener on the other side” types who say to not move there, but I’m open to truthpilled anons who live there or have moved. Not OP btw

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      It's a good place. Politically, a pushover, and state level politics are basically 1920s US machine politics.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      The education system is cooked, with the next generation of teachers essentially being taught to lay the groundwork for pedophilia by pushing trans acceptance for 3 year olds, "socialisation" as the aim of ed instead of development of power and independence, also the deconstruction and abolition of the notion of childhood innocence. I'm about 50% sure that my lecturer was a pedophile.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        >"socialisation" as the aim of ed instead of development of power and independence
        You've just described American education as well, though this aim is only stated implicitly. They'd never be stupid enough to own that they want to brainwash our kids here.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        What the frick are you talking about? Where are you being educated? My gf is studying to be a teacher and the most globohomosexual shit she’s taught is how to cater to abos and autists which you have to admit is an essential skill if you’re going to have them in the mainstream education system.
        I have never seen any emphasis placed on socialisation, the most important thing is literacy, numeracy and comprehension which you can see in every school gearing their students up for NAPLAN every year.

  12. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Melbourne
    I work on the block in that picture.

  13. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    adelaide is nice and calm. too slow for many people but the city is very alive, suburbs can feel like a country town tho, a quite city

  14. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Australia seems like a worse version of Canada.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      Quite the contrary, Canada is a worse version of Australia. Who the frick wants cold, spergs and onionsoys when you can have heat, beer and surfers?

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      Quite the contrary, Canada is a worse version of Australia. Who the frick wants cold, spergs and onionsoys when you can have heat, beer and surfers?

      Canada is undeniably part of the third world now

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        ironically enough this guy types English like a poojeet

        why are they so self-hating, bros?

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        Same as him but I was planning on moving to Montreal from Hongcouver.
        Given up until I get a degree and leave this shit country.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        haha go back to your country ugly chink or indian your parents were even bigger homosexuals than you

  15. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    I've applied to a working holiday VISA to Aus, and will probably be flying there in August. Any anon here who've done that?

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      Good luck being forced to pick fruit as slave labour

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      I'm moving to sydney with a whv in august too. Do you already decided in wich city you will arrive?
      I'm worried that sydney will be too expensive if i don't find a job right away but i already booked my flight so i'll have to deal with that

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        >Working holiday VISA
        >thinking he's going to be living in Sydney
        LMAO
        Anon you're going to be in the country in the middle of fricking nowhere hundreds of kms from the nearest city on a farm or station, what are you talking about living in Sydney

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      I did exactly this, got my residency about a year ago, emailing my lawyer to start the ball rolling on citizenship Monday. This is the land of milk and honey but you have to remember that every single poor Australian is there because they’re worthless subhumans not smart enough to make it in the easiest country on earth.

  16. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    give me one reason why would you want to be a 18-45 year old man in australia in the current year? its a horrible place to do business, see reasons below

    >>ATO tax israelites up your arse
    taxed horribly each trade
    >>can't even make a business without being raked over red tape
    cost of living
    >>good luck making a lemonade stall , you'll need a permit that costs $500 plus insurance and a tip kek
    is a massive rip off and unattainable if your under 35
    low gdp growth
    gibs draining your youth and ambition

    why live here when the best u can be is a wagie driving in rush hour in the mornings to pay your mortgage and feed your fat wife and bastard kids til you die at 60

    just go to asia and enjoy your fuking youth
    its a different world
    don't waste your youth in aussie c**ts..

    come on up and enjoy
    >> $1000 a month 2 bedroom CBD apartments
    >> $10 all you can eat feasts
    >> 7 days a week night life, dining and entertainment
    >> easy pleasant and feminine women

    alot more business opportunites
    since you can pay frick all wages you can scale up profits
    there is a need for aussie premium goods and services
    eg. aussie themed cafe/bar/juice shop
    aussie meat, fruits and veges are in demand and there isn't enough supply for locals

    the fat boomers with SEAmonkey wives learnt the truth the hard way after 50+ years, a lifetime of waging and a divorce rape

    lads skip the shit sandwich australia in 2023 makes you eat and learn from their mistakes while you are still young

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      I'm working towards it mate, thanks for the words of inspiration

  17. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    I notice that northern aus is never mentioned, what goes on up there? I imagine it to be like Florida or Louisiana, full of gators, tweekers and such

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      There is fricking nothing there, look up Darwin on maps it is tiny, the only people that move there do so temporarily for work (mostly military + partners) and the only other noteworthy settlement is 1500km south. Full of drunk abos, a lot of spots you aren't even allowed to buy booze, methylated spirits is locked in supermarkets lol

      As to OP, Brisbane is underrated to live. Cheaper and and not pozzed like Syd/ Mel with good proximity to a lot of beautiful beaches and hikes. A big enough city that we still get decent festivals, restaurants and international bands. Airport is good enough to travel to Asia, I usually use Singapore as a hub for further trips to Europe. CBD doesn't feel like walking through a horde of Chinese and Indians like Sydney does.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        >Cheaper and and not pozzed like Syd/ Mel with good proximity to a lot of beautiful beaches and hikes.
        What would you compare it to on the pozzed scale?

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          San gaycisco

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      >I imagine it to be like Florida or Louisiana, full of gators
      That's FNQ. The Top End is unique, you can't really compare it. It's a mix of desert and tropical, really some of the most beautiful nature on Earth.

      But it's basically third world and extremely dangerous. The NT is one of the only places in Australia where the Aboriginal peoples have free reign over their land, if you go there and start acting like a c**t/disrespect them, they'll kill you.

  18. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Alice Springs tbh

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      For what?

      A place so dry youll hug your water cooler when you get home?

  19. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Frick me, unilodge exists in melbourne too?
    As much as I hate melburnians even they do not deserve this

  20. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Graz is pretty cool

  21. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Sydney / Melbourne and probably large parts of the other main cities are just filled with asiatics, pajeets and self hating white liberals. Everything is disgustingly expensive. What little European identity/history we have here is shunned and mocked by locals. Both cities are rapidly becoming a mishmash of disjointed groups all stepping on each others toes a la London. The people not only hate themselves, but seem to love having the government tell them what to do every step of the way. There is no sector of society that hasn’t been ruined by the government’s heavy boot stepping on it. Mandatory helmet wearing while cycling. 97.5% of people opting to be vaccinated. Exorbitant fines for everything, and everything fun is illegal. Vaping, drinking in public, driving 3 km/h over the speed limit, etc. This country has been carefully crafted to bleed you dry of money and the will to live at every opportunity.

    Melbourne has no redeeming features other than “laneways”, as though that’s something worth getting onto a 20 hour flight for.

    Sydney and the surrounding towns at least have beautiful beaches, which really are the best in the world without a doubt. Spend a few days in and around Sydney and then go to north QLD or WA.

  22. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    How’s da coomin’ in Australia?

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      legal but expensive
      if your massage place has a circular LED Open sign they'll rub it duck you off for extra

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      The Men and Women here are some of the worst in the world. They vastly oversell themselves... awful tattoos, alcoholics, hideous drug culture, and thanks to the keeping-up-with-the-joneses attitude that being a wealthy nation comes with, everyones a stuck-up point scorer.

  23. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Redpill me on Perth. It seems like a good place to get away from it all, nice and remote.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      It's a shithole. Imagine a place so bad that most of its workers would prefer to fly in and out from other states because they'd rather live elsewhere

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