Cost of Living Comparison

EUR
COMPARED TO
AUD

Finland is 5.9% more expensive than Australia.

If you lived in Australia instead of Finland, you would:
local_dining

pay 0.8% more for restaurants

  Finland help_outline Australia help_outline  
Basic meal with drink at inexpensive restaurant $12.03
€10.55
$13.61
A$17.59
+13.1%
Fast food combo meal
McDonalds, or similar
$8.64
€7.57
$7.59
A$9.81
-12.2%
Bottle of Coca-Cola (11 fl. oz) $2.55
€2.23
$2.26
A$2.93
-11.1%
Bottle of water (11 fl. oz) $1.91
€1.67
$1.87
A$2.41
-2.1%

Finland vs. Australia - Cost of restaurants
local_grocery_store

pay 5.6% more for groceries

  Finland help_outline Australia help_outline  
Bread
1 loaf
$2.03
€1.78
$1.65
A$2.13
-18.7%
Local cheese (8 oz) $3.22
€2.82
$3.22
A$4.16
-0.0%
Milk (1 gallon) $3.88
€3.40
$3.90
A$5.04
+0.5%
Eggs
1 dozen
$2.02
€1.77
$3.06
A$3.96
+51.4%
Boneless chicken breast (1 lb) $4.72
€4.13
$3.18
A$4.12
-32.5%
Apples (1 lb) $0.95
€0.83
$1.23
A$1.59
+29.3%
Bananas (1 lb) $0.78
€0.68
$1.06
A$1.37
+36.3%
Oranges (1 lb) $0.86
€0.75
$1.19
A$1.54
+38.4%
Tomatoes (1 lb) $1.30
€1.14
$1.63
A$2.11
+25.8%
Potatoes (1 lb) $0.46
€0.40
$1.02
A$1.32
+122.7%
Onions (1 lb) $0.63
€0.55
$0.81
A$1.05
+29.9%

Finland vs. Australia - Cost of groceries
drive_eta

pay 32.8% less for transportation

  Finland help_outline Australia help_outline  
Gasoline (1 gallon) $6.40
€5.61
$3.80
A$4.91
-40.7%
Monthly public transit pass $59.34
€52.03
$94.88
A$122.70
+59.9%
New Volkswagen Golf 1.4 (standard edition) $25,564.93
€22,417.91
$17,132.84
A$22,156.14
-33.0%
Taxi trip in downtown area (5 miles) $21.78
€19.10
$15.31
A$19.79
-29.7%

Finland vs. Australia - Cost of transportation
home

pay 33.4% more for housing

  Finland help_outline Australia help_outline  
Internet connection
50 mbps or faster, cable/dsl
$24.99
€21.91
$52.36
A$67.71
+109.5%
1-Bedroom apartment in downtown area $717.14
€628.86
$945.31
A$1,222.47
+31.8%
1-Bedroom apartment outside city center $566.99
€497.19
$757.13
A$979.12
+33.5%
Utilities for two (700 sq ft apartment)
including electric, gas, water, heating
$89.50
€78.49
$111.17
A$143.76
+24.2%

Finland vs. Australia - Cost of housing
child_care

pay 65.0% more for childcare

  Finland help_outline Australia help_outline  
Private preschool for 1 child, monthly $314.85
€276.09
$1,101.82
A$1,424.86
+250.0%
Middle school for 1 child, two semesters $8,861.91
€7,771.01
$14,035.55
A$18,150.73
+58.4%

Finland vs. Australia - Cost of childcare
gamepad

pay 8.7% more for entertainment and sports

  Finland help_outline Australia help_outline  
Domestic/local beer (1 pint) $6.31
€5.53
$5.17
A$6.69
-18.0%
Cappuccino in mid-range area $3.74
€3.28
$3.11
A$4.02
-16.9%
Pack of cigarettes
Marlboro or similar
$7.83
€6.87
$19.98
A$25.84
+155.1%
Monthly membership at local gym $43.83
€38.43
$42.62
A$55.12
-2.7%
Movie ticket to theater/cinema $14.36
€12.60
$11.82
A$15.29
-17.7%

Finland vs. Australia - Cost of entertainment and sports
store

pay 17.8% less for clothing

  Finland help_outline Australia help_outline  
Regular jeans
Levi's brand
$90.66
€79.50
$66.07
A$85.44
-27.1%
Regular dress
from H&M or similar store
$35.47
€31.11
$40.64
A$52.55
+14.6%
Running shoes
Nike or Adidas
$93.78
€82.24
$92.43
A$119.53
-1.4%
Men's business shoes (leather) $130.93
€114.81
$89.21
A$115.36
-31.9%

Finland vs. Australia - Cost of clothing
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