Stop Complaining about the city & just leave
Pack your belongings and travel to an incredible inland NSW city like Wagga Wagga for a Tree Change.
Avoid exorbitantly priced housing and business locations, nonstop traffic, idiotic drivers, toll road costs, tiresome customers who want everything for nothing, and bad attitudes in every direction.
Wagga Wagga is an excellent choice for those looking to reinvent themselves or simply put some distance between you and the big city.
Relocate your company, rent or sell your home, and move to a charming country city that will embrace and welcome you.
Leaving Sydney could be one of the best things you will ever do.
Lower living costs, a stronger sense of community, and beautiful open spaces in which to raise your children or simply live the lifestyle you’ve always fantasised about while stuck in traffic on a Friday afternoon.
You may not be aware that outside of Sydney, approximately 2.9 million people live very happy lives in NSW. Sydney is not the centre of the universe as you might think. If fact the annual growth rate of people leaving Sydney and moving to country areas is just over 11%.
People in New South Wales are waking up to the fact that it is past time to stop feeding the beast. In Sydney, real estate agents and property investment groups benefit from greed feeding greed.
You won’t realise how much of a rut you’ve been in until you gather the courage you still have inside you and make the move.
Why not get everyone in your family to pack up and move there with you at the same time?
The best thing that can happen to Australia is if we can get all of the country’s wealthiest people to lead the charge and relocate their businesses to the country.
We need the best bits of the big city to move to the Country.
Why can’t our favourite radio station be broadcast from Wagga Wagga, Albury, Forbes, Mudgee, or Orange? The more money we invest in relocating major businesses to the country areas, the more amazing our country cities and towns will become.
The greed on display in Sydney is out of control. The majority of it is due to people’s inability to separate themselves from the idea of being close to things that temporarily make them feel better each week.
People in Sydney are generally miserable but they somehow justify that by being able to catch a train to the city and watch a Big Bash Game or a Footy Match and use what little energy you have to cheer for your team.
This is what those who benefit from you want; they’re constantly bragging about how great Sydney is, and I can’t help but think it’s been brainwashing people for years.
We want and need different things for our lives these days.
There has been a significant shift in how we live, work, and move around our communities. For many people, the ability to work remotely has opened up the possibility of relocating to a regional location. The truth is that Covid forced many people to fully open their eyes with a new focus. The dreadful Covid virus killed nearly 20,000 people in this country, destroyed countless businesses, and altered the way millions of people worked and continue to work.
What it also did for a long time was remove all the fascinating things that took your mind away from your Sydney-based existence; we were all stuck at home, with only four walls, a roof, and a car that couldn’t go anywhere. For the first time in their lives, people had the opportunity to sit back and reflect.
This made people realise that they lived in a cesspool of a city that you didn’t really care about. You and your partner were only working so hard to keep your heads above water.
Selling your Sydney home will fatten up your bank account.
People now realise that they can sell their tiny little house that looks identical to 500,000 other little Sydney houses for well over a million dollars. They can then grab that suitcase full of money and buy a much larger house surrounded by plenty of land for much less money.
A lot of people have moved to Mudgee in recent years.
Over the last few years, a large number of people have sold everything and relocated to places like Mudgee, where they live on affordable acreage properties that are only minutes from town and provide the ultimate lifestyle for families.
I’ve been to Mudgee recently (working in the area), and it’s now extremely busy at peak times of the day, traffic along the main street getting backed up heavily, reminding you of being back in Sydney.
As beautiful as Mudgee is, it might be reaching capacity of the current layout and infrastructure.
What the heck is so amazing about Wagga Wagga?
We may need to start thinking about other places to live if we want to leave Sydney. I lived in Wagga Wagga for several years ago and I loved it there. They are sports nuts out there, and the locals are very proud of their beautiful inland city.
Moving to Wagga Wagga could be exactly what you’re looking for. This may be your only chance to improve your financial situation before inflation destroys the country.
With low to moderate living expenses, you can take your massive bank account from selling everything in Sydney and let it just earn interest for a while enjoying farm fresh groceries, excellent schools for your children, and lower insurance costs than in the city.
Surround yourself with natural beauty at Wagga Wagga.
When you relocate to a family-oriented and beautiful inland city like Wagga Wagga, quality time with your family is something that just happens.
You’ll have so much more time to spend with family and new friends, and you’ll never have to waste your life stuck in traffic or on trains again.
You’ll enjoy a relaxing drive to your children’s school in the morning, knowing that they’re now in a much safer environment than you’re used to.
Country town kids are generally busier and have more very close friends than city kids. Country kids love sports, being creative/artistic and love taking on extracurricular activities after school.
Wagga Wagga is the largest city in the interior of NSW and has a number of high-quality private and public schools, as well as a large Charles Sturt University, where your children can further their education.
Don’t forget that the more people who relocate from Sydney to Wagga Wagga, the larger the University will become and the more courses it will offer.
Wagga Wagga has steadily growing business hub.
Many significant industrial firms already call Wagga Wagga’s Bomen Business Park home. This area will benefit from upcoming upgrades that will leverage the local and regional manufacturing and agribusiness sectors while also supporting freight and logistics.
This fantastic business hub is creating numerous opportunities for new businesses to set up shop in Wagga Wagga. The expansion and upcoming completion of the project, which will cost close to $500 million, have improved the region’s infrastructure and services.
Many families from Sydney have already relocated to Wagga Wagga and are now securing work in the Murrumbidgee area.
Enjoy the rest of your life in the Country.
A major advantage of relocating to a
country area is that you will be welcomed by a warm and welcoming community. The good thing about country people is that
they work hard but no matter how tired they may be, help is always available in
times of need.
Living in a rural area where there is
more space and a slower pace of life can benefit both your physical and mental
health. Smaller populations with fewer people and traffic interactions, a lot
more space between houses, and less pollution are all very good reasons to pack
your belongings and leave Sydney as soon as possible.
Living in the country and being a part
of these wonderful communities will change your life and make you happier and
You’ll have more time to be the person
you’ve always wanted to be, more carefree, safe, and secure, and to connect
with nature whenever possible.