Four key things make living in Australia worthwhile.
Firstly, the climate in Australia (or at least in most parts of Australia) is friendly. You find that in most parts of Australia, the particularly chilly winters associated with other parts of the world are absent. To be sure, the summers in most parts of Australia can be particularly hot. But then again, most people find it easier to cope with a particularly hot summer than with a particularly cold winter. As a matter of fact, Australia’s climate is an attraction, not just to the people who live there, but also to the people who tour there. You just need to visit a major travel website, like Tripadvisor to see how much of an attraction Australia’s climate is.
Secondly, the way the Australian economy is structured makes it reasonably easy for one to get a job. It helps too, that the cost of most things in most parts of Australia is reasonable. There are of course, the few far flung parts of Australia where the cost of things is high. But then again, in such parts, you tend to find the wages being higher, so that everything balances out in the end.
Thirdly, the people in Australia seem to be genuinely friendly. This is important, because there are other parts of the world where you tend to find the people being particularly cold.
Fourthly, the social services in Australia seem to work reasonably well. Again, this is important, and it is remarkable for a ‘remote’ continent like Australia.