Antigua and Barbuda vs Australia - Cost of Living Comparison

Antigua and Barbuda Australia
🚶 Cost of living one person
$1546
$1947
👨‍👩‍👧‍👦 Cost of living Family
$3543
$4459
🏠 One person rent
$887
$1094
🏘️ Family rent
$1633
$1701
🍽️ Food expenses
$480
$495
🚐 Transport expenses
$77.2
$226
💳 Monthly salary after tax
$997
$4211
💸 GDP per capita
$13993
$51680
😃 Human freedom index
6.7
8.84
❤️ Life expectancy
77.1
83.2
👮 Corruption perceptions index
44
73
🌐 English speaking %
80%
92.8%
🎓 Higher education
29
98
😀 Quality of life
41
92
🏙️ Population
95.4K
24.5M

The average cost of living in Antigua and Barbuda ($1546) is 21% less expensive than in Australia ($1947). Antigua and Barbuda ranked 24th vs 10th for Australia in the list of the most expensive countries in the world.

The average after-tax salary is enough to cover living expenses for 0.6 months in Antigua and Barbuda compared to 2.2 months in Australia. Ranked 121st and 2nd best countries to live in the world.

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Prices in Antigua and Barbuda vs Australia

We calculate prices for Antigua and Barbuda and Australia as a population-weighted mean of 2 and 64 cities, respectively. Since large cities tend to have a higher cost of living, it's better to visit specific city pages below for more relevant information.

Antigua and Barbuda Australia
Eating Out
🍱 Lunch Menu
$11.5
$12.6
🥂 Dinner in a Restaurant, for 2
$92.2
$56.4
🥪 Fast food meal, equiv. McDonald's
$8.25
$9.06
🍻 Beer in a Pub, 0.5 L or 16 fl oz
$3.87
$6.18
 Cappuccino
$5.34
$3.36
🥤 Pepsi / Coke, 0.5 L or 16.9 fl oz
$2.78
$2.46
Rent & Utilities
🏙️ 1 bedroom apartment in Downtown, 40 m2 or 430 ft2
$905
$1161
🏡 Cheap 1 bedroom apartment, 40 m2 or 430 ft2
$667
$900
🏙️ 3 bedroom apartment in Downtown, 80 m2 or 860 ft2
$1841
$1991
🏡 Cheap 3 bedroom apartment, 80 m2 or 860 ft2
$1285
$1389
🔌 Utility Bill one person, electricity, heating, water, etc.
$118
$91.4
🔌 Utility Bill for a Family, electricity, heating, water, etc.
$183
$141
🌐 Internet plan, 50 Mbps+ 1 month unlimited
$54.1
$50.6
🏦 Mortgage Interest Rate for 20 Years
9.01%
3.17%
🏙️ Apartment price to Buy in city Center, 1 m2 or 10 ft2
$3979
$7083
🏡 House price to Buy in Suburbs, 1 m2 or 10 ft2
$3968
$4653
Transportation
🚌 Local transport ticket
$0.93
$3.2
🎟️ Monthly ticket local transport
$57.1
$103
🚕 Taxi Ride, 8 km or 5 mi
$33.1
$16.5
 Gas / Petrol, 1 L or 0.26 gal
$1.14
$1.38
Groceries
🥛 Milk, 1 L or 1 qt
$1.84
$1.17
🍞 Bread, 0.5 kg or 1.1 lb
$2.04
$1.96
🍚 Rice, 1 kg or 2.2 lb
$1.61
$1.86
🥚 Eggs, x12
$4
$3.73
🧀 Cheese, 1 kg or 2.2 lb
$7.4
$9.34
🐔 Chicken Breast, 1 kg or 2.2 lb
$6.33
$8.42
🥩 Round Steak, 1 kg or 2.2 lb
$16.5
$13.9
🍏 Apples, 1 kg or 2.2 lb
$1.51
$3.06
🍌 Banana, 1 kg or 2.2 lb
$2.05
$2.5
🍊 Oranges, 1 kg or 2.2 lb
$5.58
$2.64
🍅 Tomato, 1 kg or 2.2 lb
$4.6
$4.61
🥔 Potato, 1 kg or 2.2 lb
$3.7
$2.25
🧅 Onion, 1 kg or 2.2 lb
$1.85
$1.86
🌊 Water, 1 L or 1 qt
$0.91
$1.05
🍹 Coca-Cola / Pepsi, 2 L or 67.6 fl oz
$1.67
$2.28
🍾 Wine (mid-priced), 750 mL bottle
$11.4
$12.5
🍺 Beer, 0.5 L or 16 fl oz
$1.95
$4.02
🚬 Cigarette pack
$4.23
$26.2
💊 Cold medicince, 1 week
$6.24
$7.75
🧴 Hair Shampoo
$3.68
$4.41
🧻 Toilet paper, 4 rolls
$1.63
$2.33
👄 Toothpaste, 1 tube
$1.98
$2.49
Other
🏋️ Gym Membership, 1 month
$59.2
$46.3
🎫 Cinema Ticket, 1 person
$6.06
$13.4
👩‍⚕️ Doctor's visit
$72.5
$52.1
💇 Haircut, simple
$6.45
$17.5
👖 Brand Jeans
$52.2
$72
👟 Brand Sneakers
$65.4
$101
👶 Daycare or Preschool, 1 month
$175
$1480
🏫 International Primary School, 1 year
$4844
$13190

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Cost of Living in Popular cities

In Antigua and Barbuda

City Cost of living Population
St. John's
$1546
22.2K
All Saints
$1548
5.31K

In Australia

City Cost of living Population
Sydney
$2294
4.84M
Melbourne
$1968
4.53M
Brisbane
$2056
2.36M
Perth
$1873
2.14M
Adelaide
$1654
1.3M
Gold Coast
$1776
638K
Canberra
$1792
381K
Sunshine Coast
$1808
353K
Newcastle
$1798
153K
Hobart
$1648
222K
Darwin
$1610
137K
Geelong
$1708
191K
Wollongong
$1554
262K
Townsville
$1224
179K
Launceston
$1477
106K
Toowoomba
$1462
136K
Cairns
$1400
147K
Ipswich
$1612
163K
Bendigo
$1610
95.6K
Blacktown
$1581
51K
Ballarat
$1740
98.5K
Rockhampton
$1390
78.6K
Orange
$1661
41.2K
Melton
$1633
72.2K
Bunbury
$1466
71.1K
Wagga Wagga
$1386
67.4K
Gladstone
$1603
45.1K
Tarneit
$1570
56.4K
Hervey Bay
$1658
54.7K
Pakenham
$1631
54.1K