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Australian cities have plummeted in the Global Liveability Index’s ranking of the most liveable cities.

Four cities made the top 10 most livable cities last year – with Adelaide coming in at third, Perth at sixth, Melbourne at equal eighth and Brisbane 10th.

However, Melbourne is the only Australian city to have scraped into the top 10 in 2022.

Canada has starred on this year’s list, securing three spots in the top 10, despite not making the list at all last year.

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