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10 Best Places to Live in Australia.
Australia is perhaps the most unique continent and country on planet Earth, with its immensely indigenous population and eco-system, stemming back to tens of thousands of years ago. With cultures unique to the continent, such as Aboriginal, Melanesian and Torres Strait Islander cultures, Australia offers a world of experience that can’t be gained in any other civilization. With climates ranging from tropical, to desert, to grassland, to more temperate regions in the south, Australia is a geographically diverse continent with mass appeal in terms of education, job opportunity, art and entertainment, and overall quality of life. Here are just some of the 10 best places to live in Australia, from the largest cities to the smallest rural gems.
1: Melbourne, Victoria
2: Mackay, Queensland
3: Wodonga, Victoria
4: Wagga Wagga, New South Wales
5: Brisbane, Queensland
6: Adelaide, South Australia
7: Sydney, New South Wales
8: Canberra, Australian Capital Territory
9: Gold Coast, Queensland
10: Perth, Western Australia
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Someone voted Adelaide 'one of the top 10 cities in the world'. Depends what you like. There are some good things about it depending on what's important to you. It does have good beaches with free unlimited parking I'll say that. If you have a family, don't really want to travel much and are ok with boring scenery adelaide could be for you. There are some nice people there, but a LOT of immature, aggressive petrol head idiots as well, as in, that kind of behavior is considered 'normal' there. If you want a city that sounds like a 24 hour racetrack move to adelaide. At the same time the energy kind of has a sleepy, 'dead' vibe to it - like people are asleep, narrow minded and unconscious. For some people that's exactly why they love it. Personally when I think of adelaide the words 'Satan's playground' come to mind. I know a lot of people who moved away and are glad they did. My vote for one of the best places to live in australia would probably be the Gold Coast or northern NSW.
The term Océanie was invented almost in 1812 by the geographer Conrad Malt-Brun. The word Océanie is derived from the Greek word ὠκεανό) and kekeanós, ie, the ocean.
The first human arrival of Oceania was between 40,000 and 125,000 years ago from South-East Asia: they were divided into the present Babuans and native Australians. The first of the Austronesian peoples, originally from Asia, extended eastwards to the island of Resurrection.
The discovery of Oceania by the Europeans In the early 16th century, Spain, led by traveler Ferdinando Magellan, made a first voyage around the world, discovering the Mariana Islands and the other islands of Oceania. In the 1640s, Apple Tasman visited Northwest Australia, Tasmania, New Zealand, Tonga and the Fiji Islands. In the 18th century James Cook discovered the Pacific islands and the eastern coast of Australia.
In 1789 there was a rebellion against the British Royal Navy's Admiral William Bligh, causing the escape of many Royal Navy and Pitcairn Islanders, which later became a British colony.
In 1931, Jules Dumont d'Orville divided the islands in the Pacific Ocean into Micronesia, Melanesia and Polynesia, alongside Australia, forming the traditional and rolling division.
Oceania was originally formed as Pacific land, extending from the Strait of Malacca to the coast of Asia. It comprises four regions:
Malaysia (now called the Malay archipelago)
Melanesia (now called Australasia) 
It includes parts of three geological continents, Eurasia, Australia, and Zeeland, as well as non-continental volcanic islands in the Philippines, and the Pacific Ocean and Pacific.
The borders of Oceania are as follows:
Sumatra of the West
Bonin Islands from the northwest
Hawaiian Islands from the northeast
Island of Resurrection and Salas and Gómez [English] from the east
Macquarie Island from the south,
Taiwan, Japan's Ryukyu and the Allocian Islands are excluded from the Asian margin.  
The countries located in Oceania but not included in the geopolitical Oceania are Indonesia and Malaysia (through the Malaysian Borneo [English]), Brunei, the Philippines and East Timor. The islands are geographically geographically a politically inalienable part of Japan (Bunin), Hawaii (United States) and the Island of Resurrection (Chile). The lands on the Sunda plate are excludes [English], and New Guinea is part of the Australian continent.
Oceania is biogeographically used as synonym for the Australian Ecological Kingdom (Wakia and Australasia) or the Pacific Ecological Kingdom (Melanesia, Polynesia, Micronesia and either New Zealand  or the mainland of New Guinea ).
Oceania is one of Earth's eight major ecological kingdoms. The Ecological Kingdom of Oceania includes all Micronesia, Fiji, and all Polynesia except New Zealand, which, along with New Guinea, Melanesia and Australia, separate the separate Australian environmental kingdom. The Malay archipelago is part of the Indo-Kingdomal Kingdom.
The remote Oceania is also part of the western island of Melanesia, which has been inhabited for tens of thousands of years, while Oceania has recently been settled. 
The largest cities in Oceania are mainly located in Australia, the most populated country on the continent, this is their order:
Sydney: 4.4 million people (Australia)
Melbourne: 3.5 million (Australia)
Brisbane: 1.8 million (Australia)
Perth: 1.4 million people (Australia)
Adelaide: 1.1 million (Australia)
Auckland: 1.1 million (New Zealand)
Honolulu: 900,000 people (Hawaii)
Gold Coast: 550,000 people (Australia)
For the cost of a nice lunch they could have hired one of those hu-mans to read this script. An added bonus would have been if they could have found one from that Terra Australis Incognita place. Just say'n.
Intersting video, here's one for all you Aussies and people in the know, if you were a young family ( kids at school already) and you had an unlimited budget, no worries about jobs due to financial security where would you choose to live and why, also just saying Sydney is cop out, I need it borrowing down to a suburb. Thanks
A computer narrator?
Have humans become extinct?
See what I mean?
The computer says 'dessert' when it means to say 'desert'
A child could narrate this better than that thing that sounds like siri.
Your australian visa is refusal?
Or you are a immigrant?
You want to refugee?
Why you should going to australia?
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Why go to the trouble and expense of preparing a video like this where most of the place pronunciations are wrong? The music is also horrible; enough to induce a nightmare or an epileptic fit. With respect, its a nice idea but you should have asked an Australian to help with the place names as a minimum. Why not get a human to narrate it for you?
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