International Moving to Melbourne, Australia
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Australia’s second largest city and capital of the state of Victoria, Melbourne is the unofficial cultural capital, having given rise to Australian film and Australian rules football. It also has a plethora of notable Victorian-era architecture, museums, art galleries, theatres, large city parks, and gardens. Along with Sydney, it consistently ranks as one of the world’s most livable cities.
Melbourne is located in the southeastern part of Australia on Port Philip, a large natural bay on the estuary of the Yarra River. It has a moderate oceanic climate, and generally rainfall is between 17-40 inches per year. It is subject to variable weather conditions due to its geography. Cold fronts in the spring and summer can bring thunderstorms, gales, hail, and heavy rain, while hot air from the inland desert can bring days of extreme heat.
Melbourne has a prosperous economy, and is the industrial center of Australia, especially automobiles, but also including petrochemicals, aircraft parts, pharmaceuticals, fashion, paper, and food. Its city center is most known for prominent lanes and arcades, lined with shops, cafes, and restaurants. Because of its unrestricted height limit, Melbourne features 5 of the 6 tallest buildings in Australia. Tourism makes up a good portion of the economy, approximately 15.8 billion USD annually.
A top university city, Melbourne is home to the University of Melbourne, Monash University, La Trobe University, RMIT University, and others. UNESCO has recognized it as an official City of Literature. It also features a wide variety of annual cultural festivals, especially known for Moomba – Australia’s largest free community festival, a 4 day celebration that attracts a million people each year and includes a parade, fireworks, a King & Queen, carnivals, river activities, water floats, and of course live music and other performances.