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How Australian Capital Cities Grow

The urbanites among us know all too well the continuous growth of our capital cities. We’re exposed to the factors of growth on a daily basis; whether it is upgrades to our transportation systems, property development, or even new cultural initiatives to drive tourism to the area. On a social level, we must also consider […]

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Interesting Facts About Queensland, Australia

Queensland, the second-largest state by territory in Australia, separated from New South Wales back in 1859. With the world-famous Great Barrier Reef located off the east coast stretching for approximately 2,000km and 5 of Australia’s 11 existing natural World Heritage areas (the Riversleigh Fossil Fields, the Daintree National Park, the Scenic Rim National Parks, Fraser […]

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ABC Coast FM Interviews Christine Watson

Mary-Lou Stephens, Afternoon Presenter at ABC Coast FM recently ran into our very own Christine Watson whilst stuck at an airport. It resulted in an interview. Listen to Christine and Mary-Lou chat about luxury real estate around the world, and how the internet is changing the way the world works. And of course, how Marquette Turner Luxury Homes is at the forefront of this shift.

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Melbourne On Track to Becoming Australia’s No.1 City

Michael Marquette of Marquette Turner Luxury Homes writes: Sydney is fast giving up its mantle as Australia’s number 1 City. The slide has continued throughout the last decade as Melbourne has continued to stand up to its more fancied rival. Sydney has been under constant fire from other Australian cities since its peak when it hosted the Olympic Games in 2000. Melbourne plays host to some of the World’s greatest events – the Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix at Albert Park and the Australian Open Tennis at Melbourne Park to name just two.

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