What is the Cost of Living in Australia for per person, International Students and a Family? What is the cost of Living in Australian popular cities like Sydney and Melbourne? All these questions might sound basic but have utmost role to play once you settle in Australia for settlement, employment opportunities, or study.
Australia is perhaps one of the finest countries to travel, work and live. Australia high living standard has attracted a good proportion of individuals around the world to experience the unprecedented facilities and amenities. When you are residing in Australia as a permanent resident or any student or work visa, then you must also comply with the basic funds requirement as determined by the Australian government. Australia’s living cost compared to USA and UK is much lesser.
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The first step when you got the visa for Australian immigration, is to look a home to live and settle down in the vicinity of Australia. The accommodation living cost may vary according to the region or state you have decided to live. Regions like Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane are quite expensive but offer good and unique ambiance to live.
|Hostels/Guesthouses||$90 to $150 per week is necessary|
|Shared rental||$85 to $225 per week is necessary|
|On campus||$90 to $280 per week is necessary|
|Homestay||$235 to $325 per week is necessary|
|Rental||$165 to $440 per week is necessary|
|Boarding School||$11,000 to $22,000 per annum is necessary|
The monthly cost of living in Australia depends upon how you manage your daily expenditure which includes household requirements and transport needs as given below:
|Groceries and eating out||$80 to $280 per week including vegetables, fruits, meat, other eatables etc.|
|Clothing||$80 to $170 depending upon whether you are purchasing branded clothes or ordinary one.|
|Transportation||$15 to $55 per week including public transport tickets, taxi trips etc.|
|Gas and electricity||$35 to $140 per week|
|Entertainment||$80 to $150 per week which includes movie tickets, dinner for two, gym membership, cocktail drinks in the pub etc.|
|Phone and broadband connections||$25 to $55 per week depending upon your daily usage of internet etc|
|Car expenses (after buying)||$150 to $260 per week which include maintenance, fuel, services etc.|
If you are planning to live in Australia alone, then before that, you need to know the basic cost of living in Australia. The cost which an individual requires is $20,290 for a year. Once you start living in Australia and passes a two year time period, you may receive social advantages of living in Australia.
When it comes to Indians, Australia becomes a quite expensive country to live in. The average salary in Australia is 8 times more than India and food expenses is 6 times more than India. So, comparatively Australia cost of living for an Indian is very high especially for the middle class and the upper middle class. Before coming to Australia, you should maintain sufficient funds to sustain a living here.
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The estimated cost defined for an International students who are planning to study in Australia is AUD$18,610. This price includes all cost like accommodation, travel, transportation, food, clothing, telephone charges etc. Students are also allowed to work for 40 hours per fortnight, so that they could meet their additional expenses.
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Australia also provides the option to live with the family under certain visas, under which the applicant who is coming with family have to support their living by showcasing eligible funds to Australian government. The budget for a family of four is nearly around AUD2800 to AUD3200 per month. Mainly it depends upon yourself on how you manage your funds and establish your daily expenditure limit.
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