“Living Liveable”, is a short documentary film showcasing the lived experiences of residents in the outer suburbs of Melbourne.
Recent studies show Melbourne’s fast-growing outer suburbs lag behind other parts of the city in access to urban design, employment and amenities and services that foster liveability. But what is it really like to live in these areas?
‘Living Liveable’ is a short documentary film produced by RMIT University researchers showcasing the lived experiences of residents in Melbourne’s outer suburbs.
The film includes interviews with eleven residents that highlight their perceptions and experiences of liveability in their suburb.
The interviews show that decisions to live in an outer suburb are shaped by a combination of perceived affordability, people’s aspirations for a good life, and access to public transport. Read about it here or watch it below: