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Some popular suburbs across Australian states where people are moving in

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Australia Post data reveals which suburbs people are moving to when they move out – and it appears we aren’t going far at all, with most people simply moving to a neighbouring suburb. 
“Overall, it shows us that we like to stick to where we know,” says’s Chief Economist, Nerida Conisbee.
There’s a multitude of reasons why we move out and move on. It could be time to upsize or downsize. It could be financial, or you may simply want a tree change.
Not only are people moving close by, but the data shows they also often moved to high development areas where buyers and renters have the chance to live in a new home in an up-and-coming suburb.

So, looking across the country, what are the most popular suburbs in each state to move to and where are they coming from?
  1. Kambah, ACT
  2. Kellyville, NSW
  3. Darwin City, NT
  4. Buderim, QLD
  5. Morphett Vale, SA
  6. Kingston, TAS
  7. Melbourne, VIC

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