Life in a Regional City is all about the arts, food, wine and culture with vibrant lifestyle offerings. Take advantage of top class cafes, restaurants and bars to dine at or enjoy events showcasing the best in food, wine, music and art. Spoilt with a variety of sport and recreation clubs with excellent facilities, playgrounds and gardens. Evoliving means you’ll have far more time to enjoy the great lifestyle on offer.
At around 1000 metres above sea level, New England High Country offers a truly evocative and unique lifestyle, with four distinct seasons it is a fabulous place to call home. The city of Armidale has a rich history and sits amongst a stunning natural environment.
Where else can you experience World Heritage wilderness in the morning and indulge in the sophistication of world-class galleries and vineyards in the afternoon?
Enjoy stunning heritage architecture found in its commercial and residential buildings or stroll the city’s beautiful natural surrounds. One of the fastest growing regional centres in Australia, it offers affordable housing, extensive health care services and great career opportunities.
The real heart of New South Wales, Dubbo is a dynamic, regional centre that offers the dual benefits of relaxation and space with the amenities of a major city.
Enjoy a quality lifestyle with affordable housing, career opportunities, high-quality health, educational and professional services.
In addition to world-class country music, Tamworth is a dynamic and progressive city boasting lifestyle, education and employment opportunities the envy of its city counterparts.
Add to this its natural beauty and an enviable wining, dining and cafe culture and it’s easy to see why so many people are making the move.
The hub of the Riverina, Wagga Wagga is the largest regional city in NSW. Vibrant, cosmopolitan and welcoming, there is great natural beauty, period architecture, great shopping, career opportunities and affordable housing.
Oh, and some of Australia’s most iconic sportspeople have come from Wagga Wagga. What capital city can say all that!