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CHANGING AUSTRALIAN COMMUNITIES
Transcript of CHANGING AUSTRALIAN COMMUNITIES
Along with Melbourne, Sydney has experienced some of the largest population increases of all capital cities in recent years.
Sydney’s suburbs have rapidly spread in a western direction from the central business district change in other
suburbs Fast growing suburbs on the outskirts of capital cities are bringing about great change to communities.
Communities on the rural urban fringe of cities undergo rapid change as suburbs take over the land formerly occupied by farms.
typically these areas attract a younger population and new facilities open to reflect this demographic change in the community.
Shops, schools, medical centres, parks and sporting facilities become established to support the young and growing populations of a communities. changing work patterns In Australia people are employed in four main industry sectors –primary industry, secondary industry, tertiary industry and quaternary industry the community of Eden Eden is located on the south coast of New South Whales, halfway between Sydney and Melbourne. Its 3000 or so residents work in finishing, forestry, agriculture, tourism and industries. During the peak summer season it is estimated that the population increases threefold. Visitors are drawn to for the fishing, golf, and safe beaches and mild climate.
Eden began life as a whaling town. It became known as the fish and chips town because the main industries were based on fish and timber. However, changes in the fishing and forestry industries and globalisation have affected the employment prospects and lifestyle expectations of the Eden community improving lifestyle expectations In many communities there is growing concern that the towns and shopping centres are disappearing. People are not only forced to travel further to buy necessities, but are also left with graffiti. Technology, Globalisationn and change in the australian communities by Rhys Davies primary industry produce raw materials, such as wool, iron ore, meat, wheat, oil, timber, fish and uranium. Secondary industry makes goods by hand or machinery from raw materials from primary industries eg: milk is turned into cheese and butter. Tertiary industries do not produce goods but provide a skill or service, including banking, transport, building and retailing. Salespeople, doctors, electricians and bus drivers are examples of jobs in the service sector.