This is the second-largest city in Australia and has a legitimate claim to be its sporting and cultural capital. The city has 4 million residents, and all of them love sports and the arts. The city also offers terrific nightlife and dining opportunities. It’s no wonder Melbourne has regularly been called one of the most livable cities. Weather-wise, the city is known to have four seasons in a single day. The weather can change unexpectedly at any point.
From the famous Sydney Harbor to Bondi Beach, Sydney is famous around the world. The oldest and largest city in Australia, it is known for its cultural diversity and natural beauty. It combines iconic landmarks with the hectic pace of city life perfectly. The summers can get pretty hot with the temperature touching 40 degrees while in winter you can expect a low of around 6 degrees.
The thing that attracts most people to this city is the weather. Brisbane boasts of warmer temperatures as compared to Melbourne and Sydney. You will not have to worry about the fickle weather of Melbourne or the chill of Sydney. The atmosphere is easy going and relaxed which is quite unexpected from such a major city. It has a subtropical environment with temperatures ranging between 16 and 25 degrees throughout the year. It’s not too far from the Sunshine Coast and Gold Coast either.
Most people tend to think that Sydney is the capital of Australia. That’s wrong, Canberra is. It is a small city with a population of just 373,000. It does receive a lot of visitors and workers though since it is the home of the Australian parliament. The climate is dry, and you should expect frosty conditions in winter. And of course, there’s a lot to see and do in this city, especially the museums and monuments.
The city is best known for a Mediterranean climate and has a population in excess of 1.3 million. It is quickly becoming one of the most popular places for people who have just moved to Australia. It combines enviable weather with affordable house prices and a relaxed lifestyle.
Lastly, we come to Perth. The city features a terrific climate and a very relaxed almost beachy lifestyle. It is definitely worth consideration when you’re deciding where to live. It may be far from the rest of the main cities, but that just adds to the charm. The city stays warm throughout the year with minimum temperatures falling to around 18 degrees in winter. This view has been contributed by a Perth photographer who enjoys travelling and clicking around the beautiful city and all it has to offer a visiting traveller.