Australia’s most walkable cities for 2014

Similar to the data provided previously for cities in Canada, here is the 2014 walk scores for cities in Australia.

  • Sydney = 63
  • Melbourne = 57
  • Adelaide = 54
  • Geelong = 53
  • Brisbane = 51
  • Perth = 50
  • Newcastle = 49
  • Gold Coast = 48
  • Wollongong = 48
  • Darwin = 45
  • Broken Hill = 44
  • Hobart = 44
  • Whyalla = 43
  • Albury = 42
  • Ballarat = 41
  • Cairns = 41
  • Canberra = 40
  • Townsville = 40
  • Wagga-Wagga = 40
  • Bendigo =39
  • Mackay = 36
  • Rockhampton = 36
  • Port Lincoln = 35
  • Alice Springs = 34
  • Bunbury = 30
  • Albany = 29

SOURCE: walkscore.com

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