Archive | 2011

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Gold Trail

Gold Trail

Let the Gold Trail lead you to unearth the rich history that underpinned the Snowy, South West Slopes and Central West regions of New South Wales.

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Sydney Harbour Cruise

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Walks in the Blue Mountains

Walks in the Blue Mountains

With more than one million hectares of some of the most breathtaking scenery in the world, the Greater Blue Mountains has heritage walking trails to suit everyone from one hour rambles to challenging hikes lasting several days.

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Historic Royal Exhibition Buildings Melbourne

Historic Royal Exhibition Buildings Melbourne

There’s nothing like the history that oozes from the walls of the Royal Exhibition Buildings, a short stroll from the Melbourne CBD. Melbourne in the 1900s was a prosperous city, basking in the wealth from the richest gold rush in the world.

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Convict Sydney Exhibition

Convict Sydney Exhibition

Explore the fascinating history of the World Heritage listed Hyde Park Barracks in Sydney where thousands of convicts lived between 1819 and 1848. Exhibition on now. Win one of 5 double passes to see the exhibition.

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Bendigo – A city built on gold

Bendigo – A city built on gold

In the heart of Victoria, Bendigo is the place to immerse yourself in gold rush heritage, local pottery, arts and surrounding wine country.

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Cuts to Australian War Memorial: will it effect Heritage Tourism

There should be no question that our most significant and internationally recognised memorial to our fallen be funded fully and properly. The Australian War Memorial is also a major heritage tourism attraction not just for Australian but also oversea tourists.

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