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
SEA CHANGERS AND SEA CHANGE LOCALITIES
Goulburn NSW 11
THE NATIONAL PICTURE
Greek migrants 86
Hawkesbury NSW 101 108 119
Adelaide amenity attitudes Ballina Blue Mountains Brisbane Burnley Byron census cent Chapter childhoods in Sydney coastal turnaround coastal zone Coffs Harbour compared Electoral roll sample employment environment environmental factors Gold Coast Grew up elsewhere housing costs immigration important in-migrants in-movers income increase inland internal migration living local government areas longer-term residents Melbourne metropolis metropolitan cities metropolitan Sydney migration gains migration losses moved movers newcomers non-metropolitan areas overseas-born perimetropolitan areas perimetropolitan region perimetropolitan Sydney perimetropolitan zone persons Perth places population growth population turnaround regions Port Macquarie proportion Queensland reasons relocation respondents roll sample survey rural areas rural localities rural-residential sea change localities sea changers Shire Shoalhaven significant SLAs social SOURCE Electoral roll South Australia South Wales spent their childhoods statistical local areas status Table tion Total tourism towns turnaround areas turnaround localities turnaround regions unemployed upper white-collar urban centres Victor Harbor Victoria Western Australia Wollongong