A little bit about Canberra
In case being the capital of the Australian Capital Territory didn't prompt you, Canberra is Australia's capital city, and the home of many of the country's federal politicians and public servants. Established in 1913 with that purpose in mind, most foreign embassies have a place here, and it's a hot bed of politics and government. Canberra is made up of more than lawmakers, though: the Nation's capital hosts most of the nation's national monuments, organisations, and institutions, including the National Library, the National Museum, the High Court, the mint and Australia's war memorial. Australia's National University is also situated there, along with two other well reputed universities, and so it has a healthy student presence.
Canberra scored best in these facts.
|Number of days waited for admissions from waiting lists for Haemorrhoidectomy surgery (Regional)||low is good||Save|
|Numeracy - Percentage of Year 5 students at or above the national minimum standard (Regional)||high is good||Save|
|Percentage of households where mortgage repayments are less than 30% of household income||high is good||Save|
|Percentage of population aged 25-64 years with a Bachelor degree or above (Regional)||high is good||Save|
|Reading - Percentage of Year 5 Indigenous students at or above the national minimum standard (Regional)||high is good||Save|
Canberra scored second best in these facts.
|Number of people travelling to work by motorbike or scooter per 100,000 persons (Regional)||high is good||Save|
|Number of people, 15 years old and over, who are qualified in the field of Education per 100,000 persons||high is good||Save|
|Percentage of a city's population that moved from another state within 5 years until 2011.||high is good||Save|
Canberra scored last in these facts.
|Number of people 15 years and over who have a certificate level education per 100,000 persons.||high is good||Save|
|Total road expenditure in each state by all levels of government (millions) (Regional)||high is good||Save|