Living and working in regional South Australia: a case study of three towns

Apr 28, 2020 | From Our Sector

A new report which documents research into the experiences of migrants settling in the regional towns of Naracoorte, Murray Bridge and Bordertown has been launched by the Australian Migrant Resource Centre (AMRC).

The report was a collaboration between the AMRC and the Hugo Centre for Migration and Population Research. Its aim was to further understand how migrants are integrating into rural communities, what attracts them to the regions, and what challenges they’ve faced living regionally.