Australians are moving to the country faster than you can order a soy latte to go with your smashed avocado.
New research released by the Regional Australia Institute (RAI) shows one-in-five city residents are considering a move to the regions, with more than half wanting to make the jump within the next twelve months. The global pandemic and work-from-home phenomenon have supercharged this trend.
Starting on Friday, 2 July, 7.30pm on ABC TV and ABC iview, Movin’ to the Nation celebrates the entrepreneurs, innovators and dreamers who’re reworking the appear and feel of Australia’s regional areas in new methods.
The six-part sequence introduces individuals who’ve lived in regional Australia their entire lives, returned to the nation, or made the choice to pack up their metropolis lives to make a distinction in regional cities. Movin’ to the Nation showcases the wonder our nation has to supply and celebrates the livability and attraction of regional Australia.
Hosts Craig Quartermaine, Kristy O’Brien and Halina Baczkowski, journey to a distinct area each week to inform the tales of people trying to make an excellent dwelling from their little patch of paradise. Whereas it isn’t all beer and peaches, regardless of the struggles and setbacks, they’ve by no means regarded again.
Every episode of Movin’ to the Nation explores three tales inside one area, to find how persons are creating new life for themselves and the way their success has cascading results in the neighborhood.
Elsewhere on the Nationwide broadcaster, Australia Talks is again in 2021 to find what Australians are pondering and feeling and the way our lives are going at this exceptional time in historical past.
This 12 months the Australia Talks Nationwide Survey was even larger than final time. The ABC polled greater than 60,000 Australians throughout each State and Territory and federal citizens.
The main findings might be revealed in a particular TV occasion on Monday 21 June.