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Flag of Australia, Australia's flagThe Australians have it all. From the hot tropics to the temperate climate; from the coral reefs to the ski fields; from desert to the beach. On top of the environmental diversity, Australia is a melting pot of culture, from the ancient Aboriginal Dreamtime to a modern multicultural society, there really isn’t anything quite like Australia.

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Pacific Pass to Australia, New Zealand and Tahiti

Here is a nice travel deal for those who want to cry at current flight and fuel charges for trips south of the Equator. -Editor ITKT- LOS ANGELES, CA, June 2, 2008 "“ An attractive option for sticker-shocked travelers, Air Tahiti Nui has teamed up with online...

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Explore Australia’s Shipwreck Coast

EXPLORE AUSTRALIA'S SHIPWRECK COAST WITHOUT WRECKING YOUR BUDGET Goway Travel's Five-Day "Shipwreck Coast Explorer" Package With Rental Car and Charming Hotels, Just $824 Travelers in Australia owe it to themselves to drive Victoria's Great...

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New Attractions in Sydney

NEW ATTRACTIONS IN SYDNEY New Body Inc Bathhouse revealed Body Inc Bathhouse, a long established Korean bathhouse in Sydney's buzzing Kings Cross district has undergone a complete refurbishment and will open next month, forming part of the new Chifley Potts Point...

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Bondi Beach as Heritage Icon

Australia's most recognised and cherished beach "“ Bondi "“ has been elevated to the National Heritage List, Australia's highest heritage honour. The listing recognises Bondi's key role in developing Australia's beach culture, and its central...

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A New Year’s Travel Resolution

All good travel starts with an idea. And what's a more comfortable way to gather those ideas than armchair traveling with In The Know Traveler? To get your adventures started, let In The Know Traveler and a list put together by the United Nations help. While the...

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Party at Sydney Festival

Nobody throws a party like Sydney and next year's Sydney Festival promises to be bigger and better than ever before. Sydney Festival will kick off on 5th January 2008 with the inaugural Festival First Night. A free night of music and dance will be held throughout...

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Tasmanian Rainforest Opened

Tasmania's precious Tarkine myrtle rainforest opened up by restoration of historic mining settlement, Corinna Another region of Tasmania 's precious west coast rainforest is now accessible to visitors following the restoration of an historic mining settlement,...

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Book Australia & New Zealand Now and Save

Beat Travel Inflation by Booking Early for Next Year's Vacation Like to plan ahead? With Fresh Tracks Australia savvy travelers can save big on their vacations with next year's trips available at this year's prices. With the dollar fluctuating, and travel...

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Mount Remarkable National Park

If bush walking or hiking is your thing, then a visit to Mount Remarkable National Park in the southern Flinders Ranges will not disappoint. A recent trip rekindled my interest in this area and I was relieved to find visitors can still experience the unique, untouched...

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Innes National Park, South Australia

South Australia and it's capital, Adelaide, are somewhat forgotten regions on the tourist's map. However, this southern State, the driest on the continent, offers the traveler some spectacular and secluded locations. Innes National Park lies at the foot of the Yorke...

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New Intrepid Travel for 2007

JUNE 7, 2007 "“ Intrepid Travel ( is offering more than one reason to plan an adventure getaway in the coming months with the introduction of a new trip to experience Australia's Indigenous culture first hand in the Kimberley and...

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Australian Pacific and the Outback

Australian Pacific Touring is the Perfect Partner for this Summer's Best Outback Festivals Camel racing, steer wrestling and bottomless boats "“ Australia's Outback hosts some of the world's weirdest festivals and thanks to Australian Pacific...

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