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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Eucumbene NSW 80
METROPOLIS AND HINTERLAND
THE NATIONAL PICTURE
Greek migrants 86
Hawks Nest NSW
MANAGING GROWTH AND CHANGE
Healesville VIC 64
Adelaide amenity better Blue Mountains census cent Chapter childhoods cities coastal compared considered contrast costs Couple differences early economic effects elsewhere employment environment environmental especially example factors grew groups Hervey Bay higher homes households housing immigration important income increase industrial inland interesting internal migration involved issues land late later less levels lifestyle living localities lower major Melbourne mentioned metropolis metropolitan migration gains movement movers moving natural non-metropolitan areas Note opportunities overall particularly Percentages perimetropolitan region perimetropolitan Sydney period persons population growth population turnaround problems proportion question range rates reasons recent reflected relatively relocation residents respondents result retirement rural sample sea change settings significant SLAs social South Australia south coast South Wales statistical status strong survey Sydney Table tion tourism towns turn turnaround areas turnaround regions unemployed urban variations women zone