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  • What does a life of luxury look like Down Under?
  • What does a life of luxury look like Down Under?
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What makes a luxury lifestyle in Australia?

Australia is now home to 30 billionaires and 3,350 UHNWIs with a total wealth of $410 billion. As this group has grown in size and riches, it’s created a boom in the country’s luxury sector. But what are wealthy Aussies spending their money and – more importantly – their time on?

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Australia is home to 30 billionaires, and the UHNW population has reached 3,350 individuals with a total wealth of $410 billion – an increase of 6.7% on 2012. As this group has grown in size and riches, it’s had a sizeable impact on the country’s luxury industry, which is now worth $1.1 billion. [1] What are wealthy Australians spending their money and – more importantly – their time on?

“A luxury lifestyle in Australia is founded on having enough time for the hour not to be noticed; time to nurture the psyche, to immerse in things that ...

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