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Living in Melbourne

Melbourne's Flinders St Station

Melbourne is the world's most liveable city - a vibrant multicultural city, and home to more than four million people.

Melbourne consistently ranks as the world's most liveable city due to it's low crime rates, world-class healthcare and leading education institutions according to the Economist Intelligence Unit's liveability survey of 140 cities.

Melbourne’s attractions 

With over 4,000 restaurants and a vibrant live music, theatre and arts scene, there's never a dull moment in our fair city. We're known around the world for our superior coffee and our passionate AFL teams supporters. If 'real' football is your thing (soccer to others) Melbourne Victory and Melbourne City will be your new teams to follow. 

Melbourne hosts the Australian Grand Prix, Melbourne Cup and the Australian Open. Almost every major entertainer firmly has Melbourne on their touring schedule.

Tick these Melbourne attractions off your list:

Melbourne is proud to host many international festivals including:

You can experience our natural wonders - from beautiful beaches and unique wildlife to pristine national parks and wild bushland.

Visit Victoria  is a great resource for more information on what to see and do around our great state.

Climate

Melbourne enjoys hot summers, warm springs, mild autumns and crisp winters.

Summer (Dec – Feb) average range 14-25°C
Autumn (Mar - May) average range 11-20°C
Winter (Jun - Aug) average range 7-14°C
Spring (Sep - Nov) average range 10-20°C

Melbourne current weather forecast  on Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology website

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