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    With all the current news reports about the terrors connected with climatic change to the Great Barrier Reef itís really nice that the reef has won an award that has a name which includes the words "Tourism for Tomorrow" and we maintain great hope with regard to international endeavours currently being which are designed to curtail the degree of carbon dioxide that is generated by human beings habits. The important choices, sacrifices, and organizing still has yet to occur, but many of us remain optimists on the subject of proper protection of the reef.

    Canberra is one of Australia's hottest spots for music, fashion, art and theater. It features a thriving nightlife scene and plenty of fun events for visitors of all ages. Best of all, Canberra remains one of Australia's best-kept secrets.

    Ever wondered how you get tricked out of your cash and posessions when you are in a foreign country?

    Egypt Nile river cruises - Donít miss it

    Nile cruises are one of the greatest experiences for a traveler to have. The ride along the stretch of the river would present before one the rich culture and beautiful scenery of Egypt.

    Up here in the tropical north, we are blessed with some of the world's most impressive white water rafting rivers within easy reach. In fact there isn't another place in Australia that can state that they have commercial rafting operations operating on 4 local rivers.

    Once the smartest fad in the world of backpackers, budget travellers and runaway teens alike, Interrailing is regaining steam and making a comeback in the cash starved holiday markets of Europe.

    Sydney is a diverse and exciting city, offering many tours, activities, and attractions that are ideal for families. This article outlines some of the city's highlights that parents can enjoy with their kids!

    The journey from Melbourne to Adelaide is a spectacular one. In addition to visiting the two exciting cities, you will see breathtaking sights along the cliff-hugging Great Ocean Road. Visit the Twelve Apostles, Shipwreck Coast, several historical towns, and Grampians National Park, among many other unforgettable places. This article outlines a suggested itinerary for a southeastern coastal trip.

    Explore Melbourne

    Explore Melbourne to the fullest with the splendid City Circle Tram

    Anthony Hayes, the Chief Executive of the Queensland Tourism Industry Council, has criticised Brisbane for its lack of permanent tourist attractions, concluding people do not have enough reason to visit. This article outlines some of the city's highlights, revealing there to be tons to do and see in Brisbane!

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