Melbourne has topped The Economist’s liveability rankings for a fifth consecutive year.
“Melbourne this year scored 97.5 marks out of 100, including full marks for infrastructure…Cr Doyle said the ranking was “huge for us” and that many Melburnians did not realise how well known the city was for being ranked the most liveable. In a very competitive tourism or education market, this becomes a very important sale point for Melbourne,” he said, speaking outside the Melbourne Town Hall on Tuesday.”
Melbourne has been named the world’s most liveable city in The Economist’s annual study for the fifth year running. Photo: iStock
Date of article: August 19, 2015