Tourism in Australia
Australian economy. In the financial year 2010/11, the tourism industry represented 2.5% of Australia's GDP at a value of approximately A$35 billion to the national economy. This is equivalent to...
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12 Gorgeous Sites to See in Australia
Australia - Wow! It's gorgeous. It's also been hit with more than its share of adverse weather recently. We would still love to go visit Down Under. It's a nature lover's paradise. We love these pi...
List of airports in Australia
This is a list of airports in Australia. It includes licensed airports, with the exception of private airports. Aerodromes here are listed with their 4-letter ICAO code, and 3-letter IATA code (where ...
List of airlines of Australia
The airline industry in Australia began in the early 1920s with Western Australian Airways on the west coast, and Australian Aircraft and Engineering Company on the east coast. In 1921, Queensland and...
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Tourism in Sydney
Tourism in Sydney, Australia forms an important part of the city's economy. The city received 7 million domestic visitors and 2.7 million international visitors in year ending December 2010, making it...
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Schoolies week
Schoolies or schoolies week (also known as leavers' or leavers' week in Western Australia and coasties in the Australian Capital Territory) refers to the Australian tradition of high-school graduates ...
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Australia Forum
The Australia Forum is a proposed convention centre complex for Canberra, Australia.In response to the Australian capital's "...lack of a sufficiently large, high quality, secure venue that can be loc...
Postcards (TV series)
Postcards Australia and Postcards are Australian holiday and travel television series. The shows are produced by WIN Television and Channel 9 Adelaide (NWS9). Several versions of the show are broadcas...
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Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre
The Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre closed in December 2013 to make way for the new Sydney International Convention, Exhibition and Entertainment Precinct at Darling Harbour, due to be complet...
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Tourism Western Australia
Tourism Western Australia is the statutory authority responsible for promoting Western Australia as a tourist destination.Its earlier predecessors included The Department of Tourism and the Tourism Co...
Tourism Australia
Tourism Australia is the Government of Australia agency responsible for promoting Australia to the world as a destination for business and leisure travel.Tourism Australia’s purpose is to increase the...
Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre
The Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre located on the Gold Coast Highway in Broadbeach, Gold Coast, Queensland was opened on 29 June 2004 at a cost of A$167 million and is linked by a co...
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Gray Line Australia
Gray Line Australia is an Australian provider of sightseeing tours operating in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast, Cairns, Adelaide, Perth, Alice Springs, Darwin and Tasmania. Th...
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Adelaide Avenue
Adelaide Avenue is a limited-access road in Canberra, Australian Capital Territory.The road connects Yarralumla with the Parliament House area. Adelaide Avenue is a popular tourist route, since Parli...
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Coffee palace
The term Coffee Palace was primarily used in Australia to describe the temperance hotels which were built during the period of the 1880s although there are references to the term also being used, to a...
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