Too many cars, too few supermarkets: how Australia's cities really stack up

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Magazines may gush about the ‘liveability’ of Australian cities, but new data shows big disparities in transport, rents and health

With five cities in the top 20 of the Economist Intelligence Unit’s annual global liveability survey, Australia boasts some of the most attractive urban environments in the world. In the most recent edition, Melbourne was declared the world’s most liveable city for the seventh year running, with Adelaide fifth, Perth seventh, Sydney 11th and Brisbane 16th.

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