Life in South Australia
Often known as the ‘Festival State,’ South Australia always gives you something to sink your teeth into, and whether it’s a significant drop of wine from the Barossa, McLaren Vale, or Coonawarra wineries or fresh, local food from the Adelaide Central Market, there’s something for everyone in this State. The State’s capital Adelaide is home to just over 1.3 million residents and offers a bustling city center set to the backdrop of the low-lying Mount Lofty Ranges.
COST OF LIVING
South Australia is one of the more affordable places to live and work in Australia. Homes are affordable, with more than two-thirds of residents owning their homes. Adelaide continues to be one of the most cost-competitive markets for setting up business and leasing office space, and the regions are even more affordable.
While the State is not as high profile as bigger cities such as Melbourne and Sydney, and their respective States, this plays to your advantage with lower costs and excellent living quality.