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  • n. Plural form of seachanger.

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Examples

  • Towns such as Noosa Heads and Byron Bay, which experienced a rise in popularity matched only by the rise in property prices, have become so overrun with new arrivals that seachangers are searching out more remote locations.

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  • "We have had a lot of people cashing out in Sydney and Melbourne, seachangers and a lot of people have retired and just want to come up to a nicer lifestyle up here so we've had a lot of population growth," he said.

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  • "We have had a lot of people cashing out in Sydney and Melbourne, seachangers and a lot of people have retired and just want to come up to a nicer lifestyle up here so we've had a lot of mining industry has been moving along, obviously people have been moving north to get jobs." building a home in the north is becoming out of reach for many locals.

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  • Forget the seachangers, the treechangers and the e-changers, all the stats say as a nation, we're fleeing the wide open spaces for the urban jungle and hang the consequences.

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