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Living in Sydney Is it expensive?

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You thought about this question from a lot from people all over the world. You have been offered a job in Sydney and is cost of living impacting your decision. The high cost of living in Sydney is usually a deal breaker for Indians wanting to make the move to Australia.

It’s ok to admit it. It was one of the reasons most of my friends didn’t make the move for years in the last decade. I recommend you do some basic analysis of rents in Sydney and other cities in Australia is enough to change your mind. Once you start to add in other daily expenses like electricity cost, vegetables, groceries, utilities and things like your mobile phone plan, it gets even more frightening.

I’m sure you have possibly already read blogs, survey reports and one of the many posts available on the internet that lists the ranking of expensive across n the globe. Sydney features in top 15/top 10 in these lists as the most expensive cities in the world. I am sure as I and many of my friends have read them too. One BR apartment in Sydney starts from AUD 450 to AUD 550 a week. 2 BR apartments start at about AUD 650 a week minimum.

There’s no doubt that Australians enjoy a high quality of life. With plenty of fresh air, low pollution levels, and a low population in a vast country of superb natural landscapes and breath-taking scenery, many choose to make Australia their home simply for the beauty of the place. With a coastline of 36,000 kilometres and countless beaches, Australians gravitate to the coast. They live in vibrant cities but have a love of the outdoors and activities like camping, bushwalking, and fishing are extremely popular. Australia protects its natural heritage with over 500 national parks.


The article is intended to help you in case you are migrating to Australia for a job or investment. GoVisaGo assists you in migrating to Australia for starting a business or job. GoVisago provides migration services to Australia & New Zealand in Delhi & NCR.