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Australian Capital Territory (58)

The ACT is where you will find the capital, Canberra. It is in the South East of the country and this is where there are many of the institutions of the federal government. Some of the significant industries within the territory are building and construction as well as technical and scientific services.

The sector that contributes the most to the territory’s economy, however, is the public administration and safety industry. ACT is also known as Australia’s ‘knowledge capital’ and is a hub for all those businesses that focuses future tech like renewable energy, digital commerce and aerospace.

  • Fyshwick
  • Greenway
  • Gungahlin
  • Hume
  • Kingston
  • Manuka
  • Mitchell
  • Monash
  • Tuggeranong
  • Woden

New South Wales (2534)

New South Wales is an Australian state that is known for its national parks and coastal cities. This state is home to some of the country’s best-known national landmarks- like the Sydney Opera House which is in NSW’s capital.

NSW has Australia’s largest economy and it is growing relatively quickly when compared to other parts of the country. Some notable industries in this state are retail, accommodation and food services. A large area of NSW is occupied by agriculture most of which is used for the production of wheat for domestic consumption.

  • Abbotsbury
  • Adamstown
  • Albion Park
  • Albury
  • Albury-Wodonga (22)
  • Alexandria
  • Allambie Heights
  • Annandale
  • Annangrove
  • Armatree
  • Armidale
  • Artarmon
  • Ashcroft
  • Asquith
  • Auburn
  • Avalon
  • Avoca Beach
  • Badgerys Creek
  • Ballina
  • Balmain
  • Bangor
  • Bankstown
  • Barangaroo
  • Bardwell Park
  • Barooga
  • Bateau Bay
  • Batemans Bay
  • Bathurst
  • Baulkham Hills (28)
  • Beaconsfield
  • Bega
  • Bega Valley Shire
  • Bell
  • Bella Vista
  • Bellevue Hill
  • Belmont
  • Belmore
  • Berala
  • Berkeley Vale
  • Bermagui
  • Berridale
  • Berrima
  • Blackheath
  • Blacktown
  • Bland Shire
  • Blayney
  • Blue Mountains
  • Boggabilla
  • Bomaderry
  • Bondi Beach
  • Bonnells Bay
  • Botany
  • Botany Bay
  • Bourke
  • Bowral
  • Bowraville
  • Breakfast Point
  • Broken Hill
  • Brooklyn
  • Brookvale
  • Bundarra
  • Burwood
  • Byron Bay
  • Cabarita
  • Cabarita Beach
  • Cabramatta
  • Camden
  • Campbelltown
  • Camperdown
  • Campsie
  • Canada Bay
  • Canterbury-Bankstown Council
  • Caringbah
  • Casino
  • Castle Hill
  • Casula
  • Central Coast (90)
  • Central Northern
  • Central Tablelands
  • Central West (46)
  • Cessnock
  • Charlestown
  • Chatswood
  • Chippendale
  • Chipping Norton
  • Chisholm
  • Chullora
  • City Of Liverpool (28)
  • City of Newcastle (58)
  • Clontarf
  • Clovelly
  • Cobar
  • Coffs Harbour
  • Collaroy
  • Concord
  • Condobolin
  • Coogee
  • Coogee Beach
  • Coolah
  • Coolamon Shire
  • Coonabarabran
  • Cootamundra
  • Coraki
  • Corindi Beach
  • Corowa
  • Corrimal
  • Cowra
  • Cremorne
  • Cringila
  • Cromer
  • Cronulla Beach
  • Crookwell
  • Crows Nest
  • Croydon
  • Culburra Beach
  • Cumberland Council
  • Daleys Point
  • Darling Harbour
  • Darlinghurst
  • Dee Why
  • Deni
  • Deniliquin
  • Denman
  • Deua River (44)
  • Double Bay
  • Drummoyne
  • Dubbo
  • Dulwich Hill
  • Dural
  • Earlwood
  • East Hills
  • East Lismore
  • East Maitland
  • Eastern Suburbs (83)
  • Eastgardens
  • Eden
  • Edgecliff
  • Elermore Vale
  • Ellenborough
  • Emmaville
  • Engadine
  • Enmore
  • Erina
  • Erina Fair
  • Erskine Park
  • Eurobodalla Shire
  • Fairfield
  • Fairlight
  • Fairy Meadow
  • Far West
  • Fletcher
  • Forbes
  • Forestville
  • Forster-Tuncurry
  • Frenchs Forest
  • Georges River Council
  • Gilgandra
  • Gladesville
  • Gladstone
  • Glebe
  • Glen Innes
  • Gordon
  • Gosford
  • Goulburn
  • Grafton
  • Granville
  • Griffith
  • Gundagai
  • Gunnedah
  • Guyra
  • Gymea
  • haberfield
  • Harrington Park
  • Hawkesbury
  • Hawks Nest
  • Hay
  • Haymarket
  • Heddon Greta
  • Hills District (33)
  • Hornsby
  • Hornsby Shire (23)
  • Hunter Region (106)
  • Hunter Valley (106)
  • Hunters Hill
  • Hurstville
  • Huskisson
  • Illawarra (39)
  • Iluka
  • Inner West (78)
  • Inverell
  • Jerilderie
  • Jindabyne
  • Jordan Springs
  • Junee
  • Karuah
  • Kellyville
  • Kempsey
  • Kiama
  • Kings Cross
  • Kings Langley
  • Kingscliff
  • Kingsgrove
  • Kingswood
  • Kirrawee
  • Kogarah
  • Kotara
  • La Perouse
  • Lake Macquarie
  • Lake Munmorah
  • Lane Cove
  • Lavington
  • Lemon Tree Passage
  • Lennox Head
  • Lightning Ridge
  • Roselands
  • Rouse Hill
  • Rozelle
  • Russell Vale
  • Rydalmere
  • Ryde
  • Saint Marys
  • Sanctuary Point
  • Sans Souci
  • Sapphire Coast
  • Sawtell
  • Seven Hills
  • Shellharbour
  • Shoalhaven
  • Silverwater
  • Singleton
  • Smithfield
  • Snowy Mountains
  • South Coast (51)
  • South Coast Town
  • South West Slopes
  • South Western Sydney (68)
  • South-Eastern Sydney
  • Southern Highlands
  • Southern Riverina
  • Southern Sydney (93)
  • Southern Tablelands
  • Speers Point
  • St George Area
  • St Ives
  • St Marys
  • St. George
  • Strathfield
  • Surry Hills
  • Sussex Inlet
  • Sutherland
  • Sutherland Shire (45)
  • Sydney (1494)
  • Sydney CBD (28)
  • Sydney City Fringe
  • Sydney Olympic Park
  • Sylvania
  • Tamworth
  • Taree
  • Taren Point
  • Telopea
  • Tenambit
  • Tenterfield
  • Terrigal
  • The Entrance
  • The Hills Shire (23)
  • The Rocks
  • Thirroul
  • Thornton
  • Tocumwal
  • Toronto
  • Toukley
  • Tucabia
  • Tuggerah
  • Tuggerawong
  • Tumut
  • Tuncurry
  • Turramurra
  • Tweed Heads
  • Ulan
  • Ulladulla
  • Ultimo
  • UMINA BEACH
  • Upper Hunter Shire
  • Upper North Shore (41)
  • Urunga
  • Vaucluse
  • Vincentia
  • Wagga Wagga
  • Wahroonga
  • Waitara
  • Wareemba
  • Warragamba
  • Warringah Mall
  • Warrumbungle Shire
  • Waterloo
  • Watsons Bay
  • Wauchope
  • Waverley
  • Wee Waa
  • Wentworth
  • Werrington
  • West Gosford
  • West Suburbs
  • West Wyalong
  • Western Sydney (161)
  • Westmead
  • Wetherill Park
  • Willoughby
  • Windsor
  • Wingecarribee Shire
  • Wollongong (29)
  • Wollstonecraft
  • Woodenbong
  • Woollahra
  • Woolloomooloo
  • WYONG
  • Yarraville
  • Yass
  • Young
  • Zetland

Northern Territory (21)

The famous outback landscapes that are often associated with Australia can be found in the Northern Territory. The incredible iconic landmark, Uluru (Ayers Rock), made of sandstone red rock that is in Watarrka National Park can be found in NT.

The capital of the territory is Darwin and construction is one of its largest industries. A noteworthy proportion of the economy is also dominated by the mining and the mineral sector. This sector is a good option for investments as there are large parts that are yet to be explored for their minerals.

  • Acacia Hills
  • Darwin
  • Humpty Doo
  • Katherine
  • Palmerston

Queensland (2054)

This southern state is covered by some of the country’s most arid landscapes. Around 77% of the population in SA live in Adelaide and the surrounding areas. Adelaide is also the capital and was a planned colony rather than a convict settlement like many of the other state capitals in Australia.

Queensland has seen growth and development thanks to investments in the resource sector with a strong mining industry. Other industries that are booming in the state are tourism- thanks to the great climate- and construction. When it comes to agriculture, the state’s primary crops include bananas, pineapples, peanuts and other tropical fruits.

  • Abingdon Downs
  • Acacia Ridge
  • Acland
  • Adelaide Park
  • Advancetown
  • Agnes Water
  • Airlie Beach
  • Albany Creek
  • Alberton
  • Albion
  • Alpha
  • Amberley
  • Annerley
  • Arana Hills
  • Arundel
  • Ascot
  • Ashgrove
  • Aspley
  • Atherton Tablelands
  • Ayr
  • Bargara
  • Bayside
  • Beaudesert
  • Beenleigh
  • Belmont
  • Bidwill
  • Biggenden
  • Biggera Waters
  • Birkdale
  • Birtinya
  • Blackwater
  • Bli Bli
  • Booval
  • Bowen
  • Brendale
  • Bribie Island
  • Brisbane (704)
  • Brisbane CBD
  • Brisbane North (63)
  • Brisbane South (70)
  • Brisbane West (25)
  • Broadbeach
  • Buderim
  • Bundaberg
  • Bundall
  • Burleigh Heads
  • Burnside
  • Caboolture
  • Cairns (51)
  • Cairns North
  • Caloundra
  • Cannonvale
  • Capalaba
  • Cape Tribulation
  • Cardwell
  • Carindale
  • Cassowary
  • Chermside
  • Childers
  • Chinchilla
  • Clayfield
  • Cleveland
  • Collinsville
  • Condamine
  • Conondale
  • Coolangatta
  • Coolum Beach
  • Coomera
  • Coopers Plains
  • Cooroy
  • Cooroy Mountain
  • Cotton Tree
  • Crows Nest
  • Cunnamulla
  • Currimundi
  • Currumbin
  • Daisy Hill
  • Darling Downs (63)
  • Darra
  • Eagle Farm
  • Eagleby
  • East Brisbane
  • Eastern Suburbs (25)
  • Eight Mile Plains
  • El Arish
  • Emerald
  • Everton Hills
  • Everton Park
  • Fassifern Valley
  • Fernvale
  • Fishery Falls
  • Forest Lake
  • Fortitude Valley
  • Fraser Coast
  • Fraser Island
  • Gatton
  • Geebung
  • Gladstone
  • Gladstone Central
  • Gladstone City
  • Glass House Mountains
  • Gold Coast (353)
  • Gold Coast North
  • Goodna
  • Goomeri
  • Goondiwindi
  • Graceville
  • Gympie
  • Hamilton
  • Hamilton Island
  • Helensvale
  • Hervey Bay (23)
  • Hinterland
  • Hope Island
  • Indooroopilly
  • Ingham
  • Inglewood
  • Injune
  • Innisfail
  • Ipswich (21)
  • Jacobs Well
  • Jimboomba
  • Jindalee
  • Julago
  • Kallangur
  • Kangaroo Point
  • Kawana
  • Kawana Waters
  • Kelvin Grove
  • Kenilworth
  • Kilcoy
  • Kingaroy
  • Kippa-Ring
  • Kunda Park
  • Kuranda
  • Kurrimine Beach
  • Landsborough
  • Lawnton
  • Logan (23)
  • Logan Central
  • Logan City
  • Loganholme
  • Loganlea
  • Longreach
  • Mackay
  • Macleay Island
  • Magnetic Island
  • Main Beach
  • Malanda
  • Maleny
  • Manly
  • Manly West
  • Marcoola
  • Mareeba
  • Maroochydore (30)
  • Maryborough
  • Mcdowall
  • Mermaid Beach
  • Middlemount
  • Miles
  • Millmerran
  • Milton
  • Mission Beach
  • Mitchell
  • Montville
  • Mooloolaba
  • Moranbah
  • Morayfield
  • Moreton Bay
  • Moreton Bay Region (31)
  • Mossman
  • Mount Gravatt
  • Mount Ommaney
  • Mount Tamborine
  • Murgon
  • Nambour
  • Nerang
  • New Farm
  • Newstead
  • Noosa (21)
  • Noosa Heads
  • Noosaville
  • Normanton
  • North Burnett Region
  • North Ipswich
  • North Lakes
  • North Mackay
  • North Queensland
  • North West Brisbane
  • Northern Gold Coast
  • Northern Suburbs (63)
  • Nundah
  • Oakey
  • Oxenford
  • Oxley
  • Pacific Paradise
  • Paddington
  • Palm Beach
  • Paluma
  • Paradise Point
  • Park Ridge
  • Pelican Waters
  • Peregian Beach
  • Pialba
  • Pimpama
  • Pittsworth
  • Plainland
  • Pomona
  • Port Douglas
  • Rainbow Beach
  • Ravenshoe
  • Redbank
  • Redcliffe Peninsula
  • Redland Bay
  • Redland City
  • Robina
  • Rochedale
  • Rochedale South
  • Rockhampton
  • Rockhampton City
  • Saint Lawrence
  • Salisbury
  • Sandstone Point
  • Sapphire

South Australia (168)

This southern state is covered by some of the country’s most arid landscapes. Around 77% of the population in SA live in Adelaide and the surrounding areas. Adelaide is also the capital and was a planned colony rather than a convict settlement like many of the other state capitals in Australia.

The manufacturing sector in SA is prevalent and is a significant employer in the state. SA is also known for its vineyards and wine industry as well as many well-known festivals that take place in the state.

  • Adelaide (93)
  • Adelaide Hills
  • Arthurton
  • Barossa
  • Barossa Valley
  • Bordertown
  • Brighton
  • Ceduna
  • City of Port Adelaide Enfield
  • Clare
  • Cradock
  • Dublin
  • Edwardstown
  • Elizabeth
  • Enfield
  • Eudunda
  • Fleurieu Peninsula
  • Flinders Park
  • Gilles Plains
  • Glenelg
  • Glenelg East
  • Hallett Cove
  • Hamley Bridge
  • Holden Hill
  • Hyde Park
  • Kangaroo Island
  • Kensington Gardens
  • Kersbrook
  • Kingston SE
  • Laura
  • Lyndhurst
  • Maitland
  • Mallala
  • Mannum
  • Marion
  • Mid North
  • Modbury
  • Moonta
  • Mount Gambier
  • Murray Bridge
  • North Adelaide
  • Norwood
  • Pinnaroo
  • Port Adelaide
  • Port Augusta
  • Port Lincoln
  • Port Pirie
  • Riverland
  • Robe
  • Roseworthy
  • Stansbury
  • Tailem Bend
  • Tanunda
  • Warnertown
  • Warooka
  • Western Suburbs Adelaide
  • Whyalla
  • Wunka
  • Yorke Peninsula

Tasmania (88)

Tasmania is an island state to the south of mainland Australia and is made up of the main island of Tasmania and 334 other islands that surround it. The largest city and capital of the state is Hobart. Tasmania is known for the large areas of wilderness, mountains and beaches.

The major industries in Tasmania are mining, fishing, forestry, tourism and agriculture. Tourism has become increasingly vital to the state’s economy. Due to the boom in tourism, hospitality businesses are thriving and can expect to continue on this trend.

  • Battery Point
  • Beaconsfield
  • Bicheno
  • Branxholm
  • Bridport
  • Brighton
  • Bronte Park
  • Burnie
  • Campbell Town
  • Colebrook
  • Deloraine
  • Devonport
  • Dover
  • Dunalley
  • Glenorchy
  • Havenview
  • Heybridge
  • Hobart
  • Invermay
  • Lake St Clair
  • Launceston
  • New Town
  • North Hobart
  • Northern Tasmania
  • Oatlands
  • Railton
  • Ranelagh
  • Scottsdale
  • Shearwater
  • South Burnie
  • Southern Midlands
  • St Helens
  • Strahan
  • Ulverstone
  • West Moonah
  • Winnaleah
  • Wynyard

Victoria (5558)

Victoria is a state in South East of Australia and is home to beaches, mountains and national parks. The country’s second largest city, Melbourne, is its capital. Most of the state’s population is situated in and around Melbourne and the city is well known for its sporting and cultural attractions. These attractions along with other prominent events ensure that the state has a strong visitor economy.

The economy of Victoria is quite diversified. Some significant sectors include financial services, education, retail manufacturing and hospitality. Another significant industry in Victoria is the creative sector which includes arts, culture, design and gaming

Western Australia (277)

Located in the western part of Australia, this state is mostly made up of the arid outback. In the South Western and most fertile part of the state is the wine region and the capital, Perth. WA is a major producer of resources like gold and iron-ore.

Technology intensive services are in high demand in Western Australia such as mining and petroleum operations. A knock-on effect of this is the need for business services, research and training.

Agriculture is also a sector that contributes a significant amount to the state’s economy. This includes wine, cattle, wheat, wool, barley and peas.

  • Albany
  • Badgingarra
  • Balcatta
  • Baldivis
  • Barragup
  • Belmont
  • Bentley
  • Booragoon
  • Broome
  • Bull Creek
  • Bunbury
  • Busselton
  • Butler
  • Cannington
  • Carnamah
  • Carnarvon
  • City of Belmont
  • City of Canning
  • City of Melville
  • City of Stirling
  • Claremont
  • Clarkson
  • Coorow
  • Dalkeith
  • Dianella
  • Dunsborough
  • East Perth
  • Eastern Suburbs Perth
  • Eaton
  • Eneabba
  • Esperance
  • Floreat
  • Forrestfield
  • Fremantle
  • Geraldton
  • Gnowangerup
  • Gooseberry Hill
  • Green Head
  • Hillarys
  • Joondalup
  • Kalgoorlie-Boulder
  • Karratha
  • Karrinyup
  • Kojonup
  • Kununurra
  • Maddington
  • Malaga
  • Mandurah
  • Manjimup
  • Merredin
  • Midland
  • Morley
  • Nedlands
  • Ningaloo
  • North Perth
  • North West
  • Northern Suburbs Perth
  • Osborne Park
  • Perth (138)
  • Perth Metropolitan Region (139)
  • Pilbara
  • Pinjarra
  • Port Kennedy
  • Rockingham
  • Scarborough
  • South East Perth
  • South Hedland
  • South Perth
  • South West
  • South West WA
  • Southern Suburbs Perth
  • Success
  • Wangara
  • Wedgefield
  • Western Suburbs Perth
  • Wheatbelt
  • Yarloop
  • York
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