2014-01-30 09:59:29 Source: Original URL of 1688 News Network Alisonedit

According to a latest report, Victoria is the most suitable state/territory for families to live in, with less mortgage pressure, higher employment rates and a safer social environment. But in general, for families, the living environment in underdeveloped areas is better than in capital cities.
  
According to the latest "Family Friendly City" report recently published by Suncorp Bank, Wodonga, Ballarat, Bendigo and Melbourne are the most livable places. They all occupy the top 10 livable cities in Australia. A place.
  
Wagga Wagga in NSW, with better employment levels and safer cities and roads, occupies the top spot in this most livable list.
  
This report analyzes the 30 most populous cities in Australia and ranks them based on 9 indicators including education, income, unemployment and mortgage pressure.
  
Russell Harrison, general manager of Suncorp Bank, said the report proves that it is easier to achieve a balance between work and life in cities in underdeveloped regions. "When a city can guarantee a work-life balance and at the same time give you a job equivalent to a high salary, then this city is a good place to raise children. If you feel safe at night, if your Income (at the level of the city) is about the same. If you can get to work in just 5 minutes, then from a family perspective, the pressure of this type of life is much less. Among the top 10 livable cities, there are Six are cities in underdeveloped regions, and only four are the capital cities of the country."
  

Sydney is the most family-friendly capital city in Australia (5th), Hobart 6th, and Melbourne 9th.
  
Wagga Wagga took first place in all three categories, including community participation, community safety and road safety.
  
Social analyst David Chalke said that the result of the underdeveloped areas being so suitable for Australian families to live in is not surprising. "State capital cities are full of so many problems, including traffic congestion, unattainable housing prices, and disadvantaged urban areas, but in the central cities of underdeveloped areas, you generally don’t see such things. When you sit down and think about it. When I think about it, the central cities of the underdeveloped regions are indeed a good place to raise children. They can afford family housing, sometimes with a backyard, and sometimes children can flutter in the backyard pool and even play cricket."
  
Chalke said many Australian families have been eager to "migrate to less developed areas." “Older people and even young people are beginning to move to underdeveloped areas. We often forget that although 70% of the population lives in capital cities, a large proportion of the remaining people live in cities in underdeveloped areas instead of in In the bushes."
  
Australia’s top 10 cities for raising children:
  
1. Wagga Wagga (New South Wales)
2. Canberra (ACT)
3. Albury-Wodonga (New South Wales/Victoria)
4. Toowoomba (Queensland)
5. Sydney (New South Wales)
6. Hobart (Tassia)
7. Ballarat (Victoria)
8. Bendigo (Victoria)
9. Melbourne (Victoria)
10. Mackay (Queensland)

(1688 News Network)