Melbourne, Australia – A record number of Sunshine Coast records are being sold for more than $200,000 in Sydney and Adelaide, the Sunshine Coast Record Book says.
The Sunshine Coast recorded a record sale of 621 records in the past week, the biggest number of sales since April.
In Sydney and Melbourne, the most recent records sold were for a combined $192,400.
That means the Sunshine coast has now sold more than 2,000 records since January, when records for sale on the Sunshine recorded their first record sales.
A total of 1,000 new records were sold in Sydney, with the largest selling being a $40,000 sale by the Royal Adelaide Museum.
Meanwhile, the Melbourne market has seen the largest number of record sales in the Sunshine in a month.
New South Wales recorded 1,500 records sold, with a total of $70,000 being sold.
More than 1,200 records have been sold in Queensland, with Brisbane the second biggest seller with $52,000.
Elsewhere, the sale of new records is in full swing in Tasmania, with Perth the second largest seller with a record of $46,500.
Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne also recorded record sales of new music, with Sydney recording the biggest amount of new releases.
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