The Premier’s gift to Queenslanders this Christmas is opening the state’s borders, bringing an influx of people as well as COVID-19. It means 2022 will look very different to the year that was. Prawns and pavlova will bring families together over Christmas lunch as will church services and school holidays with Queensland’s border soon to open to travellers from interstate hotspots and overseas. The influx of people expected to arrive in the state over the coming months will include those permanently relocating, Queenslanders who became trapped interstate, people wanting to holiday as well as those who have desperately missed loved ones after months, and even years, of limited contact. Experts anticipate almost 55,000 additional people could decide to call Queensland home — that will have a knock-on effect on the already hot property market, as well as the state’s infrastructure, healthcare system and economy. Here’s what Christmas and 2022 might look like for Queenslanders. Ripley, believe it or not Queensland has been the place to move during the pandemic, pushing up house prices and demand. Australian Bureau of Statistics demographer Andrew Howe said in net terms about 30,000 people moved to the Sunshine State from interstate in the year to March. “That’s the highest inflow of people from… Read full this story
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