Gorranî Derya yan Sewzayî: Rênmay gwastinewe bo ladêkan

Gwastinewe bo lay derya yan sewzayî, wa ta sea or tree çange, hîwayêkî Australî ye bo zorbey xanenişînekan wa be dway jîyan be şêweyêkî yêwaş u aram degerrên le naw komellgayêkî biçuktir le naw şwênî sewzayî yan lay derya. Wa dîyar e ke COVID-19 buwe be pallpêwenerî em birryare be xêrayî, ke dwatrîn zanyarî ABS rû dedat ke paytextekan gewretrîn astî le dest da çûnî 3 mang le mangî 9 ke 11,000 xelk baryan kird bo ladêkan. Fermu hendêk xal bo le ber çaw girtin eger betemay ew cûlane gewre ye bikey.

A couple by the sea

Living a relaxed life in a smaller seaside or inland community after retirement is a dream many Australians have. Source: Getty Images

A couple by the sea
According to the ABS, capital cities lost over 11,000 people to internal migration during the September quarter. Source: Getty Images




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Sea change coach Caroline Cameron suggests connecting with locals to know the community if you can't physically visit your desired place of relocation. Source: Getty Images




Dr Favardin Daliri
Dr Favardin Daliri says people in the regionals communities get to know one another very quickly. Source: Favardin Daliri


A woman look at Ocean at Bells Beach near Torquay, Victoria, Australia, South Pacific
A woman on a viewpoint looking down the beach at Bells Beach near Torquay, Victoria. Source: Getty Images





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Published 28 February 2021 at 3:02pm
By Amy Chien-Yu Wang