Victoria’s vibrant capital is a wonderful city that is often ranked amongst the world’s most liveable city each year.
Melbourne has the highest number of restaurants and cafes per number of people than any other city in the world!
Melbourne plays host to the Australian Open Tennis Championships, the Australian Grand Prix, the Australian 500CC Motorcycle Grand Prix, Spring Racing Carnival, the Australian Football League Grand Final and many other special events.
Job prospects are generally quite reasonable for migrants moving to Melbourne. The main industries in Melbourne – and Victoria as a whole – include the automotive industry, aviation, building and construction, education, engineering, nursing, financial services, and information and communications technology. The city and itsemployers are welcoming of migrants looking for work and Australia has a reasonably low unemployment rate, meaning job prospects are good.
Melbourne is known for its unpredictable weather, and it’s often possible to experience “four seasons in one day”.
Melbourne has the largest tram system outside of Europe, and the fourth largest in the world overall
Melbourne is renowned for its world-class universities and vocational education. Victoria has the highest university participation and graduation rates in the Asian region.