An increasing number of Australians are ditching their city lifestyles, opting instead to live in regional areas both on the coast and inland.

Yes, the sea change, or tree change as it has become known, is gathering pace, particularly in southeast Queensland.

Nothing demonstrates this internal shift in Australia’s populace better than the two tables below from CoreLogic. They show the local government areas where net internal migration was the highest in the 2015/16 financial year, and where it declined the most.

Here are the top 25 regions where net internal migration was the highest, according to figures from the ABS:

 

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