Adelaide combines exceptional food and wine, events, art, attractions, shopping, wildlife, a bustling bar scene and world-class events.
Brisbane has a laidback charm and urban energy with great dining, a dynamic cultural precinct, shopping and outdoor lifestyle.
More than just the Nation’s capital, Canberra is also the education capital and known for its museums and historical sites.
Darwin is Australia’s nothern-most capital with a diverse and multicultural population. It is also a gateway to Asia.
Hobart has an blend of heritage and lifestyle, scenery and cultural events. It boasts top-class accommodation and restaurants.
Melbourne is a cosmopolitan city, a thriving business hub, a focal point for arts and culture, and a great place to work and play.
Perth has an intriguing mix of urban sophistication and natural beauty. Not to mention a thriving business precinct.
Sydney is an epi-centre of innovation, economic growth and jobs. The City’s economy totals approximately AUD125 billion.
The Council of Capital City Lord Mayors provids national leadership and a strong voice to advance the value that our cities contribute to the nation.
Strong city economies are crucial to a strong national economy and our cities are where Australia’s future jobs are being created.
See how Australia’s captial cities are communitcating to the wider community through the media.
Get the latest publications and updates from capital cities across the Nation.
In addition to the Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing funded National Research Centres, there are a number of other organsiaitons who have worked and are working on signficiant projects, including:
These links are only an introduction to the breadth of research-based organisations. Your contribution to other suggested links and sources is welcomed. Please email: [email protected]