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Adelaide Travel Guide ADELAIDE TRAVEL GUIDE
ADELAIDE is always thought of as a gracious city and an easy place to live; despite a population of around one million and a slick veneer of sophistication, it still has the feel of an overgrown country town.
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Albany Travel Guide ALBANY TRAVEL GUIDE
In 1826, two years before the establishment of the Swan River Colony, the British sent Major Lockyer and a team of hopeful colonists to settle the strategic Princess Royal Harbour .
GO! Albany

Broome Travel Guide BROOME TRAVEL GUIDE
Slip into Broometime" is the well-worn local aphorism that captures the reclining tropical charm of BROOME , a popular and unexpectedly classy resort town of thirteen thousand people, which hangs on a drip of land over Roebuck Bay.
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Brisbane Travel Guide BRISBANE TRAVEL GUIDE
By far the largest city in Queensland, BRISBANE is not quite what you'd expect from a state capital with almost one-and-a-half million residents.
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Bunbury Travel Guide BUNBURY TRAVEL GUIDE
Described as the capital of the Southwest, BUNBURY , the state's second-largest population centre, is a pleasant town, clearly prosperous and content, but not the sort of place you've crossed oceans to see.
GO! Bunbury

Cairns Travel Guide CAIRNS TRAVEL GUIDE
CAIRNS was pegged out over the site of a sea-slug fishing camp when gold was found to the north in 1876, though it was the Atherton Tablelands' tin and timber resources that established the town and kept it ahead of its nearby rival, Port Douglas.
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Canberra Travel Guide CANBERRA TRAVEL GUIDE
In 1912 Walter Burley Griffin, an American landscape architect from Chicago, won the international competition for the design of the future Australian capital.
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Sydney Travel Guide SYDNEY TRAVEL GUIDE
It might seem surprising that Sydney, established in 1788, is not Australia's capital. Yet the creation of Canberra in 1927 - intended to stem the intense rivalry between Sydney and Melbourne.
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Hobart Travel Guide HOBART TRAVEL GUIDE
HOBART is small but beautifully sited, and approaching it from any direction is exhilarating: speeding across the expressway on the Tasman Bridge over the wide expanse of the...
GO! Hobart

Launceston Travel Guide LAUNCESTON TRAVEL GUIDE
LAUNCESTON is dominated by the Tamar River, and approaching from the north along the Tamar Highway, zooming through haystack-filled countryside, it's a lovely sight, with grand Victorian houses nestling on hills above the banks. GO! Launceston

Newcastle Travel Guide NEWCASTLE TRAVEL GUIDE
Newcastle is a blue-collar town enlivened by its waterside location, and with an alternative feel provided by a big dose of surf culture and a large student community. New South Wales' second city...
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Melbourne Travel Guide MELBOURNE TRAVEL GUIDE
Melbourne is Australia's second-largest city, with a population of around three million - about half a million less than Sydney. Rivalry between the two cities - in every sphere from cricket to business.
GO! Melbourne

Perth Travel Guide PERTH TRAVEL GUIDE
Try as you might, and contrary to expectations, it's hard to get excited about PERTH , although its lack of urban grime creates a favourable first impression.
GO! Perth

Rockhampton Travel Guide ROCKHAMPTON TRAVEL GUIDE
Straddling the Tropic of Capricorn, 100km north of Gladstone, ROCKHAMPTON was founded after a false goldrush in 1858 left hundreds of miners stranded at a depot 40km inland on the banks of the sluggish Fitzroy River...
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Tasmania Travel Guide TASMANIA TRAVEL GUIDE
There's an otherworldly quality to Tasmania , with its gothic landscape of rain clouds and brooding mountains. This was a prison island whose name, Van Diemen's Land
GO! Tasmania


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