Far North Queensland, more commonly referred to as Tropical North Queensland, is a region that sits at the northernmost part of Queensland. The major towns located within this region are Cairns, Douglas, Mareeba and Weipa.
Northern Queensland is a region that sits in the north of Queensland, lying just south of Far North Queensland. Townsville is the largest urban centre in the area, which also includes Palm Island and Charters Towers.
The region from Mackay to the Whitsundays is located in Queensland around the coastal city of Mackay. Extending 300km inland, the area consists of Mackay, the Whitsunday Islands and Isaac.
Central Queensland is a region within Queensland that centres on the east coast, around the Tropic of Capricorn. The main towns in the region consist of Rockhampton, Gladstone, Longreach and Barcoo.
The Wide Bay Burnett region in Queensland is located between 170km to 400km north of Brisbane. North-east of the Darling Downs and north of the Sunshine Coast, the region includes Bundaberg, Cherbourg, Gympie and the Fraser
The Darling Downs Region is located in the south east of Queensland. The most prominent cities located within this region include Toowoomba, Goondiwindi, Roma and Bulloo Downs
South East Queensland is the most populated region within Queensland and consists of both the Gold and Sunshine Coast, as well as Brisbane and its surrounding suburbs.
The Central Tablelands is an area of New South Wales sitting between Sydney and the Central Western Slopes and Plains. The main towns within the Central Tablelands are Orange, Bathurst, Mudgee, Springwood, Katoomba, Lithgow,
Portland, Blackheath, Gulgong, Wellington, Cowra and Oberon.
The Greater Sydney region is the largest in Australia by population, and encompasses the entire Sydney area. It reaches Wyong in the north, extends to Campbelltown in the south and includes Penrith, Wollondilly and Hawkesbury
in the west.
The Central Coast is a region sitting north of Sydney. Bound by the Hawkesbury River, the Watagan Mountains and the southern end of Lake Macquarie, the Central Coast is the third largest urban area in New South Wales.
The North Coast is a region in New South Wales that connects the state with Queensland. The main towns in the North Coast area include Coffs Harbour, Kempsey, Taree, Ballina and Tweed Heads.
The North West region, commonly known as the North West Slopes, refers to an area west of the Northern Tablelands. It includes the main towns of Gunnedah, Manilla, Mungindi, Wee Waa and Tamworth.
The Northern Tablelands, also referred to as the New England Tablelands, is a region that sits beside the Great Diving Range in northern New South Wales. The region consists of towns such as Tenterfield, Glen Innes, Inverell
The Riverina region is an agricultural region located in south-west New South Wales. Bordered by Victoria and the Great Diving Range, the Riverina region consists of towns such as Wagga Wagga, Albury and Griffith.
The South Coast region of New South Wales refers to the coastal belt that runs from Sydney to the border of Victoria. Some of the main towns within the region are Nowra, Ulladulla, Batemans Bay, Narooma and Bega.
The Orana region is located in central northern New South Wales and is the largest spatial region, covering approximately 25% of the state. Some of the main towns located in the region are Bogan, Bourke, Cobar, Coonamble
The Barwon South West region stretching from the border of South Australia to the tip of the Queenscliff Heads, encompassing the towns of Geelong, Warrnambool and Moyne.
Encompassing the area from the outskirts of eastern Melbourne to the south-eastern tip of Victoria, the Gippsland Region covers an area of 41,556 square kilometres. The main towns of the region include Traralgon, Moe, Sale,
Bairnsdale and Phillip Island.
The Grampians Region spans from the western edge of Melbourne all the way to the South Australian border. The region is home to the Grampians National Park, and includes towns such as Ararat, Ballarat, Horsham and Moorabool.
The Hume Region stretches south from the Murray River and is bordered by the Great Dividing Range and the Victorian Alps. The main towns in the region are Mansfield, Benalla, Shepparton and Wodonga.
The Loddon Mallee region is one of the largest regions in Victoria, occupying more than a quarter of the state. It stretches from the Greater Melbourne region to the northwest corner of the state, and includes the major
towns of Bendigo, Campaspe, Mildura and Swan Hill.
The Greater Melbourne Region is the most populated region within Victoria, encompassing all of Melbourne"s inner and outer suburbs.