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2019 Domain Liveability Study - Tract

2019 Domain Liveability Study

Tract is excited to introduce the 2019 Domain Liveability Study which has been undertaken in partnership with Deloitte Access Economics.

The study evaluates the comparative liveability of suburbs within Australia’s three largest cities, looking beyond prestige and property price to the underlying characteristics that make for safe, convenient and enjoyable places to live.

The study returns to Melbourne and Sydney and for the first time extends to Brisbane, applying 16 indicators that measure the quality of place including public transport, walkability, tree cover, schools, and an improved traffic congestion indicator which utilises Uber trip data.

This year’s study also includes several custom indicators tailored to each city such as harbour and ocean views and airport noise pollution.

Stay tuned for updates as the study unfolds over the coming weeks, including additional analysis and insights into Australia’s top performing suburbs and what the slippery concept of liveability means today in the fields of planning and design.
View the daily updated series of articles on the Domain Liveability Study from the links below.

What is liveability and what were our suburbs ranked on?

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Melbourne

More people can actually make Melbourne’s suburbs more liveable. Here’s how

North v south: Which side of the Yarra is more liveable?

These are the most affordable and liveable suburbs to rent in Melbourne

Melbourne’s best suburbs for access to primary and secondary schools

Tackling the city’s transport woes: Melbourne’s congested suburbs and the best for public transport revealed in new study

The most liveable Melbourne suburbs for Millennials, young families and Baby Boomers

Melbourne’s tiny suburbs that pack a liveability punch

Melbourne’s most improved suburbs for liveability

Melbourne’s top cafe scene? Welcome to tiny business hub Cremorne

Melbourne’s most affordable and liveable suburbs 2019 revealed

Life in Lyndhurst: Melbourne’s ‘least liveable suburb’

Third time’s a charm: South Yarra returns as Melbourne’s most liveable suburb

How Footscray became one of Melbourne’s most liveable suburbs

Melbourne’s most liveable suburbs for 2019 revealed amid a few surprises

Melbourne’s 307 suburbs ranked for liveability

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Sydney

Sydney’s top suburbs for density of cafes and restaurants

Sydney’s most liveable and affordable suburbs for renters

The Sydney suburbs with the best access to primary and secondary schools

Tackling the city’s transport woes: Sydney’s congested suburbs and the best for public transport revealed in new study

The most liveable Sydney suburbs for Millennials, young families and Baby Boomers revealed

The small Sydney suburbs that ranked best for liveability

High-rise living vindicated as Sydney CBD ranks third in liveability study

Sydney’s most affordable and liveable suburbs revealed

How little-known, semi-rural Blairmount ranked last in Sydney liveability study

Tiny Milsons Point edges out 568 other suburbs to be Sydney’s most liveable, new study finds

How sleepy Jannali is one of Sydney’s 15 most liveable suburbs

How Dolans Bay came up trumps as Sydney’s top suburb for water views

Sydney’s most liveable suburbs and insights about our city revealed in new study

Sydney’s 569 suburbs ranked for liveability

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Brisbane

Brisbane’s most liveable suburbs that are actually affordable

Can Brisbane stay liveable as it grows?

The Brisbane suburbs with the best access to schools

The most liveable suburbs in Brisbane if you have a young family

Brisbane’s most liveable suburbs if you’re a Millennial

These are Brisbane’s most liveable suburbs south of the river

In Brisbane’s least liveable suburb, the locals wouldn’t change much at all

Life in Brisbane’s most liveable suburb: Alderley

Brisbane’s smallest suburbs that pack the biggest punch

Why Brisbane’s most expensive suburbs are loveable but not the most liveable

Brisbane’s most liveable suburbs revealed with a few surprises

Why north of the Brisbane River is officially more liveable than the south

Greater Brisbane’s 260 suburbs ranked for liveability
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