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A Premium Region Created following an amalgamation of Gosford City and Wyong Shire on May 12, 2016, Central Coast Council is the third largest local government area in New South Wales, serving a region that is widely heralded for its natural beauty and easygoing lifestyle. Spanning 1,680 square kilometres in the heart of the New […]

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Newcastle

Newcastle

A Secret Too Well Kept On the coast of New South Wales rests one of Australia’s best kept secrets. In fact, in the 1940s it was this quiet aspect of Newcastle that made it the perfect hub for industrial activity in relation to the war effort – their productive harbour was only attacked once, with […]

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City of Darwin

City of Darwin

Darwin – the capital city of the Northern Territory – is a unique place, with unique people. Business World Australia has been presented with the opportunity to talk to the two people who know just how special a place it is, Lord Mayor Katrina Fong Lim, and the City of Darwin CEO Brendan Dowd. “I […]

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Hastings District Council

Hastings District Council

Hastings is located in the province of Hawke’s Bay on the East Coast of the North Island of New Zealand.  It is the larger of the two major cities in the region, and the Central Business District is located approximately 20 kilometres inland from the coast. Hastings District is home to almost 75,000 people, ranking […]

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Mackay Regional Council

Mackay Regional Council

Located on the eastern coast of Queensland, Mackay is a city on the rise. With a population of over 166,000 and growing, Mackay is popularly known as the “sugar capital” of Australia, as the region produces more than a third of the country’s cane sugar. The city also acts as the gateway to the single […]

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The City of Mount Isa

The City of Mount Isa

The City of Mount Isa is ideally and comfortably situated in the Gulf Country region of Queensland, Australia.  It is located 1,829 kilometres from Brisbane – the Queensland State Capital – and 883 kilometres from Townsville, the closest major city. Mount Isa acts as the administrative, commercial and industrial centre for the state’s vast north-western […]

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City of Dunedin

City of Dunedin

Dunedin is the second largest city in the South Island of New Zealand, and is considered to be one of the main urban centres of New Zealand for historic, cultural, and geographic reasons. With all this going for it, the mayor and the chief executive of the city council see big things for what they […]

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Gisborne District

Gisborne District

Gisborne is a vibrant and progressive community located in the north eastern corner ofNew Zealand’sNorthIsland. As a region, it offers many natural attractions, including an extensive coastline of sandy beaches with renowned surfing breaks – as well as natural bush and farmland. “What also makes Gisborne unique is its diversity and progressive culture. Historically, it […]

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Burnie

Burnie

Nestled around Emu Bay on the Bass Strait, Burnie is a port town on the northwest coast of Tasmania. Being a robust, regional community is one of many things that make Burnie unique. Another thing, according to Mayor Steve Kons, is the attitude of the residents. “There’s never a sit back, ‘doom and gloom’ focus […]

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City of Fremantle

Fremantle

The port city of Fremantle is located on the south west coast of Western Australia, ideally located at the mouth of the iconic Swan River and just 20 kilometres from the CBD of Western Australia’s capital city, Perth. Fremantle combines natural beauty, character and old-world charm with a modern and bustling economy, accessibility, and a […]

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