Melbourne has made it three straight years to be named the most liveable city in the world as revealed by the 2013 Global Liveability Survey conducted by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU).
Melbourne has beaten 139 other cities around the world covered in the Global Liveability Survey to rank the first position for the third time since 2011 with a score of 97.5, closely followed by the Austrian capital, Vienna. Vancouver, which dominated the index for almost a decade until 2011, holds the third position.
Australian cities have secured four of the top ten rankings for the world's most liveable cities, with Adelaide, Sydney and Perth ranking fifth, seventh and ninth respectively, highlighting some of the best cities to live in Australia. Three Canadian cities including Vancouver (3rd), Toronto (4th) and Calgary More »