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Shire of East Gippsland

Shire of East Gippsland

Covering nearly 21,000 square kilometres, the Shire of East Gippsland has an abundance of natural and environmental resources. They also have a temperate climate, Australia’s largest navigable inland lake system and an extensive coastline with stunning visuals that make the Shire a popular choice for sea and tree-change lifestyle seekers. “We’ve got a really picturesque and […]

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Brimbank City Council

Brimank City Council

The City of Brimbank was formed in 1994, and is located in the western and north-western suburbs of Melbourne. It encompasses 25 new and established suburbs, and prides itself on its cultural diversity. It covers an area of 123 square kilometres of land, and has a current population of over 182,735 people (according to the […]

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Napier City Council

Napier City Council

Located within the idyllic Hawke’s Bay, Napier is a New Zealand city on the eastern coast of North Island. Along with the inland city of Hastings, which is only a short drive away, Napier is known as one of the “Twin Cities” of New Zealand. At about 60,000 people, Napier has a population smaller than […]

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Adelaide City Council

Adelaide City Council

Adelaide – South Australia’s seat of government and commercial centre – is one of the most liveable cities in the world. The Economic Intelligence Unit ranked it the world’s top 10, and the Property Council of Australia undertook a survey that declared it to be the most liveable city in Australia. Behind those honours is […]

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City of Greater Geraldton

City of Greater Geraldton

Greater Geraldton is a city of opportunities and booming economic activity. With a population just over 40,000, Geraldton is the administrative centre of the Midwest’s diverse industry base – they have everything from a world leading rock lobster fishery to agriculture, manufacturing and gold production. “Traditionally, we’ve been an economy that’s been fairly heavily reliant […]

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The Fraser Coast Regional Council

Fraser Coast Regional Council

The Fraser Coast Region is a local government area formed following a 2008 merger of the cities of Maryborough and Hervey Bay. The region – which also contains the famous Fraser Island – is led by Mayor Gerard O’Connell, who says that after four years, Fraser Coast as a whole has really made a name […]

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The City of Devonport

Deveonport

The City of Devonport is ideally located at the mouth of the Mersey River in the heart of the North West Coast of Tasmania. It is the major regional centre in that part of the state with a unique location opening the City up to river, ocean and mountain views and an enviable lifestyle enjoyed […]

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Wagga Wagga

Wagga Wagga

Wagga Wagga is New South Wales’ largest inland city, and a vital agricultural, military and transport hub for all of Australia. The city, which straddles the Murrumbidgee River, offers a beautiful natural environment as well as a number of key attractions and experiences for both residents and visitors. These attractions include a range of festivals […]

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Upper Hutt City

Upper Hutt City

Upper Hutt City – located 30 kilometres northeast of Wellington City and home to 41,200 people – is recognised as a “gateway to the great outdoors.” Amongst its residents, the city is renowned for its beautiful parks, forests and outdoor spaces. It’s also renowned for its accessibility – it’s only a 25-minute drive or 40-minute […]

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Wodonga

Wodonga

  Wodonga ready Wodonga, located in north-eastern Victoria on the bank of the Murray River, is the fastest growing regional city in the state – and it is easy to see why. The city exemplifies the best of what Australia’s regional areas have to offer. It combines the convenience of a metropolitan lifestyle with the […]

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