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Has she been terminated from her job or did she just resign?
You need to get the story right, bringing up things like she has struggled to pay the rent and you covered it for six weeks, and if she will be on unemployment when she moves, actually dilutes her case.
If she has lost her job and if she has been unable to find another job locally, but has found a job in Melbourne, she has a case to break her lease, and she should advise the agent accordingly.
Has she tried to find someone to take over her lease?
Unfortunately (from my perspective) she has put in her resignation - although I do understand why. She can't get ahead in her field here and she's found that employers are not interested in her while she's here - they don't want to take her on unless she's already moved there (that's the feedback - they want a show of commitment and also no delay in starting).
We are trying to find someone else.