The Seventh Time, Melbourne So Most Livable City – The seat of Melbourne as the most livable city in the world has been extended for the seventh year, which is unprecedented — this recognition is given by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) annual Liveability Index.
Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) annual Liveability Index conduct a survey of 140 world cities, and Melbourne back ranked at the top. Since the index is carried out in the year 2006, Melbourne is consistently included in the big three. So, what makes Melbourne always topped the list of the Summit? Because Melbourne tick all boxes Liveability Index and other factors.
Melbourne is the capital of culture and sport of Australia, the city hosts major events including the Australian Open, the Australian Formula One Grand Prix and Spring Racing Carnival.
Melbourne also home to universities that are consistently has the best in the world, ranking universities that produce the highest number of technical graduates in Australia, and was chosen as one of the five best student city in the world.
The Victorian State Government continues to invest to develop infrastructure including roads, tunnels and new roads to improve transportation networks; trams and new trains to improve public transport services; and a world class Convention Centre is now being increased to host conventions-conventions and exhibitions whose number continues to grow.