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Noosa, Sydney's Palm Beach rate as COVID-19 unemployment danger zones

por Muoi Holcombe (2020-06-30)


is?-L6TJmkev2aahv3AnCT7Xg7ENmFNtAy-lMmXxLuxury resort towns by the beach frequented by celebrities and billionaires are set to be among the worst affected by the coronavirus downturn. 

Poorer, outer suburbs of Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane weren't the only ones in danger of being hit with an unemployment surge, with the University of Newcastle's Centre of Full Employment and Equity also worried about wealthy, coastal enclaves in regional areas.  

Noosa, an exclusive resort town north of Brisbane, was listed as a 'red alert - high risk' area for employment vulnerability - even more so than other parts of the Sunshine Coast.






Luxury resort towns by the beach frequented by celebrities and billionaires are set to be the worst affected by the coronavirus downturn. Pictured is a map of Noosa on Queensland's Sunshine Coast highlighted in red 







The University of Newcastle's Centre of Full Employment and Equity listed Noosa (pictured), ??????? an exclusive resort town north of Brisbane, was listed as a 'red alert - high risk' area for employment vulnerability







It made the list in April, as COVID-19 cases peaked, after news broke that Today Show host Karl Stefanovic and his wife Jasmine had bought a $3.6million mansion there with ocean views







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It made the list in April, as COVID-19 cases peaked, after news broke that Today Show host Karl Stefanovic and his wife Jasmine had bought a $3.6million mansion there with ocean views.