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The richest areas of Australia are in Darwin and Canberra, not in Sydney on the basis of average salaries

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1. Darwin (including Litchfield, Palmerston): $ 60,132

2. Canberra (including Belconnen, Tuggeranong, Weston Creek, Woden Valley): $ 59,439

3. Sydney North Shore (including Hornsby, Chatswood, Lane Cove, North Sydney, Mosman): $ 58,135

4. Perth inner (including Cottesloe, Claremont and the city): $ 53,570

5. The eastern suburbs of Sydney (including Bondi, Maroubra, Point Piper and Little Bay): $ 49,663

6. Sydney inner-west (including Canada Bay, Leichhardt, Strathfield, Burwood and Ashfield): $ 48,770

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7. Downtown Brisbane (including South Brisbane, Ascot and Grange): $ 47,558

8. Sydney Sutherland Shire (including Cronulla, Miranda): $ 47,187

9. Sydney Northern Beaches (including Manly, Pittwater, Warringah): $ 46,977

10. Sydney City and Inner-South (including Botany, Marrickville, Sydenham): $ 46.734

11. Melbourne in-east (including borough councils of Booroondara, Manningham, Whitehorse): $ 45,498

12. Perth Southwest (including Fremantle, Cockburn, Kwinana, Melville and Rockingham): $ 45,416

13. Melbourne inner (including city councils of Brunswick-Coburg, Darebin, Essendon, Melbourne City, Port Phillip and Yarra): $ 42,859

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14. Sydney North (including Ryde, Pennant Hills, Epping and Hunters Hill): $ 42,322

15. North West Sydney (including Baulkham Hills, Dural and Rouse Hill): $ 42,228

Source: Moody & # 39; s Analytics per capita of the Australian Bureau of Statistics on average wages based on specific geographic boundaries

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