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Taking all things into consideration, which is the best State of Australia to live in, and why?

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I don't live in Australia, so really can't say. But if I were to move out there, the main thing on my mind would be the area least likely to suffer from bush fires or other natural disasters.
lol...lol...lol.....that's what OZ is all about!
by jonaja
I have lived in Victoria, Queensland and New South Wales, and have visited the entire country otherwise.

Final answer: New South Wales all the way. I love Sydney. Sydney has been awesome to me and my business :)
I would have to say Victoria because that is where I live. :)
Western Australia is the best!
Followed perhaps by Queensland which has great sightseeing attractions, and great places to go for holidays.
by Finy
I prefer N.S.W. close to the Qld boarder.
I have not been to other places in Australia, other than Melbourne and its beautiful.
I am sure you will love other parts of Australia too when you get a chance to travel around this magnificent country.
I have heard only good things about Victoria.
by Vee
I think every Australian state has its advantages. It depends on what lifestyle you want. I love SE Qld except in the stinking heat and then I think longingly of Tassie.
When my husband, son and I migrated from the UK to Australia we settled in Melbourne for 25 years. We loved living in Melbourne, but had friends living in Queensland who finally persuaded us to move up here. We have never regretted it and just love living in the western suburbs of Brisbane. The lifestyle here is so laid back - it's like being on holiday every day. The only two months which can be a pain are December/January when the humidity can be fierce. However, the advantages far outweigh that inconvenience.
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