Useful Links For Immigrants to Melbourne

The skyline of Melbourne, capital of Victoria, and Australia's best city for tourists and visitors
Exciting Melbourne, Australia’s Cultural Capital

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About Melbourne

Melbourne has been ranked as the “most liveable city” in the world. Each year 100,000 people move to Melbourne and more than 8 million visit. Melbourne is both the cultural and sports capital of Australia and is home to the Melbourne Cricket Ground, affectionately know as the “G.”

Melbourne also has an exciting history. In the 1890s, for example, Melbourne was the richest city in the world, because of the vast amounts of gold found in the state of Victoria. Today, if you look at the corner stones of many Melbourne pubs you will see a date from the 1890s.

Victoria today has around 1,100 pubs and bars, with downtown Melbourne alone having 67. These establishments range from working class havens to posh low light establishments. These pubs and bars offer an incredible range of beer and tasty food.

Melbourne is a key part of Australia’s education system. Melbourne has nine universities, for example, with Melbourne University currently ranked the best in the country. Melbourne “Uni” hosts 12,000 international students from 130 countries and each year more than 500,000 visitors study in the city.

After the U.S., Australia is the second most popular destination in the world for international students, with Chinese and Indians being the two most numerous nationalities studying in Australia.

For these and many other reasons, you must visit Australia’s most exciting city, Melbourne.

Car racing at Melbourne's Grand Prix, one of the many great sport events in this cultural capital of Australia
The Grand Prix in Melbourne, Australia’s Sports Capital
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