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BridgeClimb Celebrates the 2.5 millionth Climber to Scale to the Summit of Sydney’s Icon

BridgeClimb Celebrates the 2.5 millionth Climber to Scale to the Summit of Sydney’s Icon

BridgeClimb Sydney has celebrated the 2.5 millionth Climber to experience “The Climb of their Life” on the world famous Sydney Harbour Bridge.

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Park Pass required at Kakadu from April 2010

Park Pass required at Kakadu from April 2010

From 1 April, visitors to Kakadu National Park will be required to purchase a Park Pass.

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Yass Valley Heritage Tramway Tourism Feasibility Study

Yass Valley Heritage Tramway Tourism Feasibility Study

Expression of interest for Feasibility Study to determine the tourism potential for reopening the Yass Valley Heritage Tramway.

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Intriguing city precincts

Intriguing city precincts

Discover fascinating suburbs off the main tourist route with cultural food, international cuisine and historic sites in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide, Brisbane and Canberra.

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The Cultural Moment in Heritage Tourism

The Cultural Moment in Heritage Tourism

Call for papers: This work explores the cultural and social work that both the act of visiting, and the provision of heritage sites for touristic use, does – it aims to capture the cultural moment in heritage tourism.

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The Old Melbourne Crime and Justice Experience wins the heritage and cultural tourism at Australian Awards

The Old Melbourne Crime and Justice Experience wins the heritage and cultural tourism at Australian Awards

Step back in time and walk the road to the gallows in a 19th century prison, be arrested in a modern-day Police Station or put yourself on trial in court.

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$1.7 million commitment for Launceston tramways heritage tourism hub proposal

$1.7 million commitment for Launceston tramways heritage tourism hub proposal

The Tasmanian Greens $1.7 million support package, for putting the Launceston Trams back on Track for the Launceston Tram Inveresk Heritage Tourism Hub proposal.

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Kosciuszko Thredbo to Undertake Sustainability Benchmarking

Kosciuszko Thredbo to Undertake Sustainability Benchmarking

Benchmarking exercises such as this one are ideal for tourism operators who own large precincts and the assets. Thredbo is one of Australia’s most spectacular alpine communities. It’s also poised to become one of the world’s most sustainable.

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The Ningaloo Coast has been nominated for World Heritage listing

The Ningaloo Coast has been nominated for World Heritage listing

The Ningaloo Coast has been nominated for World Heritage listing. It has also been included in the National Heritage List – Australia’s most prestigious heritage recognition.

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Historic Remnants of Douglas Mawson’s Mono-Plane Uncovered in Antarctica

Historic Remnants of Douglas Mawson’s Mono-Plane Uncovered in Antarctica

While looking for suitable shore-side landing spots for guests travelling onboard the expedition ship Orion, uncovered were remnant metal piping from Douglas Mawson’s mono-plane, taken on the 1911 Antarctic expedition.

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Heritage Honour for Iconic Alps

Heritage Honour for Iconic Alps

One of the nation’s most outstanding and breathtaking mountain landscapes, the Australian Alps, has been awarded Australia’s highest heritage honour with its inclusion in the National Heritage List.

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Inglewood community develop the town’s heritage museum

The Brumby Labor Government wants to ensure Inglewood residents can share their town’s proud history with the rest of Victoria and that’s why we are supporting the development of the museum on this heritage site.

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