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BrisbaneDespite its inauspicious beginning as a penal colony, Brisbane is, today, one of the most important cities in all of Australia. Indeed, as it "is the third largest city in Australia, with a population of over 1.77 million," and, as the capital of the state of Queensland, it plays important roles in both the economic and political lives of modern-day Australians
Gold CoastIt is located on the East coast of Australia and stretches from the twin towns of Tweed Heads and Coolangatta through Burleigh Heads, Broadbeach, and Surfers Paradise to Brisbane. The region is virtually one continuous development of high rise hotels.
MelbourneMelbourne has much to offer students who want to experience Australia in what is generally agreed to be the country's most cosmopolitan city. Unlike Sydney, Melbourne tends to radiate a more competitive spirit in comparison to Sydney's laid-back confidence.
PerthPerth is often referred to as a jewel due to its isolation compared with the rest of Australia's cities. Western Australia is bigger than the combined areas of Texas, Japan, New Zealand, England, Scotland, Wales, and Ireland. Despite the expansive size of the state, 1.4 million of its 1.7 million residents live in the greater Perth metropolitan area.
SydneyOften confused as the nation's capital, Sydney is the largest and oldest city in Australia with a population of 4 million. The city boasts an eclectic gathering of diverse people from over 180 different nations who speak over 140 languages.
AucklandConsistently voted among the world's most livable cities, Auckland clearly fulfills its reputation given that over a third of the country's population has chosen to live there. Studying in Auckland will allow you to join the more than 40,000 other international students each year who seek the city's reputation for quality educational institutions in a vibrant and energized setting.
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