27 October, 2021 South Australia's other fake news source

We rank Adelaide’s most livable suburbs

With the announcement of Adelaide being ranked the world’s 3rd most livable city, the time has come to take a hyper-local look at where the most livable places within Adelaide are:

10 – Vista
“No, not Para Vista” the locals will continually tell you. Nestled nicely between the foothills and major artillery roads, its a little known suburb that the locals keep quiet about for good reason.

9 – Para Vista
“Yes, just like Vista” the locals will tell you, before demanding your keys, phone and wallet.

8 – Humbug Scrub
Heaps fun to say, even more fun to stay. Probably.

7 – Norwood
Tree lined streets, an abundance of cosmopolitan shopping, and plenty of cramped shitty Italian cafes with framed “Best Restaurant” awards from sometime in the early 2000’s.

6 – Adelaide Airport
Did you know that Adelaide Airport is classified as its own suburb? And if Tom Hanks has taught us anything, it’s that you can definitely live in an airport.

5 – (Tied) Modbury, Paradise and Klemzig
If you know, you know.

4 – Bolivar
“Not just livable, it’s Bolivar-ble!” states the suburb’s new motto, recently changing from the long standing “Smell ya’ later”.

3 – Not In Service
If you ever get a chance to move to this mysterious Adelaide suburb, you’ll always have plenty of Adelaide Metro buses to take you home.

2 – Happy Valley
We’ve never been there, but it sounds very livable.

1 – Edinburgh North
All the charm of Edinburgh, but without all the hustle and bustle.

It is at this point we would like to disclose to our readers that we actually never looked up what ‘liveable’ means. We just wanted to make a clickbait headline that brings people to our site so we can make money (which we’ve also never looked up how to actually do).

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  • Any one who uses such an old pic of Adelaide shouldn’t be writing any articles on advise about where to live in Adelaide….

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