ORANGE and the surrounding villages and towns. Canowindra hot air ballooning
WHY are MILLENNIALS Moving to Australia’s Regions … and Big Towns?
Of course, many Millennials are now moving to the regional cities … big towns that have the infrastructure …
SYDNEY for one has lost its appeal to many … the fuglification … the congestion …
IS it just real estate prices, or is it because Australians have had to compete with foreign ownership?
… over this period from 2011 to 2016, and up to the CoronaVirus Pandemic … during the terms of the Liberal Coalition in NSW …
KEY POINTS … from a Report determining population growth and movements …
-between 2011 and 2016 regional millennials are moving to other regions; not to capital cities
-Sydney lost more to the regions
-they were more aware of the benefits of living in the regions
-with a move to Orange there was no longer a two hour commute to work but an 8 minute drive
-able to buy a home
-they are seeking mid-sized towns with a hospital, airport, university, jobs and lifestyle!
-the regions attracted 65,000 more than they lost to capital cities
THIS no doubt reflects the very pooor policies of the NSW Liberal Coalition …
Turning our SYDNEY Town into what the Foreign Buyers have fled …
LET alone the nasty consequences for our Australian Society with a whole Cohort locked out of Sydney by not only competition from foreign acquisition … but the loss of livebility … the long commutes … that many have sought an attractive lifestyle in the Regions!
Photos: Orange.com.au CAAN was unable to locate our photos of Orange and district!