Our patch of paradise up in lights
Posted on October 23rd, 2019
With its sunny climate, breathtaking scenery and booming economy, Central Queensland’s Rockhampton and Capricorn Coast region offers an enviable lifestyle…
This is the evoking first line teaser of a four-page feature published in the UK’s only magazine dedicated to living, working and playing ‘down under’.
Released 12 times a year, the ‘hot-off-the-press’ November edition of Australia and New Zealand has literally just hit subscriber letterboxes across the world and Capricorn Enterprise CEO Mary Carroll is already responding to direct enquiries from early readers about our magnificent destination.
“Capricorn Enterprise initially tendered a paid article recognising that the notably dependable magazine was committed to sharing destination news, what’s on, important contacts, migration information, relocation checklists, and career opportunities with their subscribers world-wide,” said Mary. “The editor found the information submitted extremely interesting – turning a one-pager into four.”
Australia and New Zealand, which has been circulating for almost 15 years now, is dedicated to equipping people considering move or travel to Australia and New Zealand with relevant and factual information to assist their preparation.
Featuring real-life stories based on inspirational travel experiences, expert advice on moving to the region, delicious food and wine suggestions, along with home and lifestyle considerations, the 114-page magazine promotes our country brilliantly.
Sharing information on our booming economy, beautiful beaches, lush rainforest, career options, rich resources, warm winters and endless days of sunshine, the article highlighting the Southern Great Barrier Reef recognises our region as a growth area with considerable potential and opportunity.
“A UK couple looking to settle in the region discovered the article and found particular interest in the $3.6billion major projects and decade of development ahead for the region,” shared Mary. “The appeal of the region is gaining momentum and the positive signs for the regional economy is going from strength to strength.”
“It’s so important that we continually make a conscious effort in promoting our location in order to attract tourists and ‘sea-changers’ to our destination,” said Mary. “By constantly increasing our visibility around the world, we will entice more people to live the dream and learn more about that sleepy seaside holiday or big adventurous move to our destination.”
More information about the magazine can be found at https://www.australiamagazine.co.uk/.