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Australian Capital Territory (81)

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
  • Griffith
  • Gungahlin
  • Latham
  • Phillip
  • Tuggeranong
  • Wanniassa
  • Woden Valley

New South Wales (2320)

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.

  • Aberdeen
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  • Sydney (1051)
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  • The Entrance
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  • Turramurra
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  • Ulladulla
  • UMINA BEACH
  • Unanderra
  • Upper Hunter Shire
  • Upper North Shore (23)
  • Villawood
  • Vincentia
  • Wagga Wagga
  • Warialda
  • Warilla
  • Warnervale
  • Waterloo
  • Waverley
  • Wellington
  • Wentworth Falls
  • West Gosford
  • West Suburbs
  • Western Sydney (120)
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  • Willoughby
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  • Wingecarribee Shire
  • Wolli Creek
  • Wollongong
  • Woolgoolga
  • Woollahra
  • Woy Woy
  • Wyalong
  • Yamba
  • Yass
  • Young
  • Zetland

Northern Territory (2)

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.

  • Casuarina
  • Darwin

Queensland (1570)

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.

  • Airlie Beach
  • Albany Creek
  • Alderley
  • Alpha
  • Ascot
  • Ashmore
  • Aspley
  • Ayr
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  • Broadbeach
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  • Bundaberg
  • Bundall
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  • Burpengary
  • Byron Bay
  • Caboolture
  • Cairns (57)
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  • Calamvale
  • Caloundra
  • Cannon Hill
  • Cannonvale
  • Capalaba
  • Cape Tribulation
  • Capricorn Coast
  • Cardwell
  • Carindale
  • Charleville
  • Charters Towers
  • Charters Towers City
  • Chermside
  • Childers
  • Cleveland
  • Cloncurry
  • Collinsville
  • Coolangatta
  • Cooloola
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  • Crows Nest
  • Currajong
  • Dalby
  • Darling Downs
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  • Emerald
  • Feluga
  • Fernvale
  • Forest Glen
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  • Fraser Coast
  • Gatton
  • Geebung
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  • Gladstone
  • Gladstone Central
  • Gladstone City
  • Gold Coast (191)
  • Goondi Hill
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  • Gympie
  • Hamilton
  • Hawthorne
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  • Ingham
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  • Kensington
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  • Kippa-Ring
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  • Landsborough
  • Logan
  • Logan Central
  • Logan City
  • Longreach
  • Lutwyche
  • Mackay
  • Magnetic Island
  • Main Beach
  • Maleny
  • Manly
  • Manunda
  • Mapleton
  • Marcoola
  • Mareeba
  • Maroochydore (33)
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  • Miami
  • Miles
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  • Mitchelton
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  • Monto
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  • Moranbah
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  • Moreton Bay Region
  • Morningside
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  • Mount Isa
  • Mount Isa Region
  • Murgon
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  • Nanango
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  • Nerang
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  • Noosa
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  • Normanton
  • North Coast
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  • North Queensland
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  • Smithfield
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  • South East Queensland
  • South West Brisbane
  • Southern Suburbs (31)
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  • Whitfield
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  • Wooroolin
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  • Yamanto
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South Australia (233)

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 (106)
  • Adelaide CBD
  • Adelaide Hills
  • Barossa Valley
  • Birdwood
  • Bordertown
  • Ceduna
  • City of Port Adelaide Enfield
  • Copley
  • Eastern Suburbs
  • Eudunda
  • Fulham Gardens
  • Gawler
  • Gepps Cross
  • Gilles Plains
  • Glenelg
  • Hahndorf
  • Hallett
  • Jamestown
  • Keith
  • Lyndhurst
  • Mannum
  • Marion
  • Melrose
  • Mount Barker
  • Mount Gambier
  • Naracoorte
  • Newton
  • North Adelaide
  • North Plympton
  • Northern Suburbs
  • Penola
  • Pooraka
  • Port Augusta
  • Port Lincoln
  • Salisbury
  • Victor Harbor
  • Western Suburbs
  • Western Suburbs Adelaide
  • Whyalla
  • Willunga

Tasmania (147)

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
  • Binalong Bay
  • Bracknell
  • Branxholm
  • Burnie
  • Cambridge
  • Claremont
  • Deloraine
  • Devonport
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  • East Devonport
  • George Town
  • Hobart (55)
  • Kings Meadows
  • Kingston
  • Latrobe
  • Launceston
  • Mornington
  • New Norfolk
  • North Hobart
  • Northern Tasmania
  • Queenstown
  • Riverside
  • Sandy Bay
  • Scottsdale
  • Sheffield
  • South Hobart
  • South Launceston
  • St Helens
  • St Leonards
  • Stanley
  • Strahan
  • Swansea
  • Ulverstone
  • West Hobart

Victoria (6145)

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

  • Clifton Hill
  • Clyde
  • Clyde North
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  • Cremorne
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  • Dallas
  • Dandenong (46)
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  • Daylesford
  • Deer Park
  • Delahey
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  • Docklands (28)
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  • Drouin
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  • East Geelong
  • East Gippsland
  • East Melbourne
  • Eastern Suburbs (712)
  • Eastern Victoria
  • Echuca
  • Edithvale
  • Elsternwick
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  • Elwood
  • Emerald
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  • Frankston (33)
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  • Keilor
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  • Keilor East
  • Kensington
  • Kerang
  • Kew (21)

Western Australia (275)

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.

  • Bassendean
  • Belmont
  • Broome
  • Bunbury
  • Busselton
  • Butler
  • Carramar
  • City of Belmont
  • Claremont
  • Davenport
  • Eastern Suburbs Perth
  • Eaton
  • Exmouth
  • Fremantle
  • Geraldton
  • Jurien Bay
  • Kalgoorlie-Boulder
  • Maddington
  • Malaga
  • Mandurah
  • Margaret River
  • Midvale
  • Mirrabooka
  • North Perth
  • Northern Suburbs Perth
  • Osborne Park
  • Peel Region
  • Perth (101)
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