Sea Change: Movement from Metropolitan to Arcadian Australia
Sea Change is about population 'turnaround'. It describes the very significant migration of nearly 1 million people from metropolitan to non-metropolitan Australia over the last 30 years. These movements have occurred in all states and most have been to coastal locations - hence the title.
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