See Why Meghan & Harry Fell in Love with Fraser Island. Includes Return Ferry Transfers and Indulgent Inclusions; Luxury Escapes

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A bold, state of the art renewal for Hyde Park Barracks Museum; e Global Travel Media

Sydney Living Museums announces a major renewal of Hyde Park Barracks Museum that will see the UNESCO World Heritage-listed site transformed with a rich new, immersive visitor experience like no other…

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18 of the best snorkelling spots in the world; Yeong Sassall; Vogue

From Bora Bora to the Great Barrier Reef; these are the best snorkelling spots in the world.

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Tassie firm wins tourism contract; Emily Baker; Sunday Tasmanian

A Hobart planning firm has received a $300,000 government contract to help to develop a long-awaited tourism strategy for the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area.

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9 things to do in Sydney; Kate Springer; CNN

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With sandy shores and world-class dining, Sydney is an unparalleled holiday spot. Here are the nine best things to do from catching a wave to catching a show.

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Tasmania is riding the wave of a visitor influx, but is everyone on board?; Ellen Coulter; ABC

Funnelling the Tassie tourist influx away from Hobart to other areas of the state is the next focus of the sector, but are the regional areas set up to cope?

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Get inspired by Pantone’s 2019 Color of the Year and explore barrier reefs in the New Year; Benedetta Geddo; Lonely Planet

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8 Places Where Travelers Are Banned (17 Where We’re Not Wanted); Chris Ebersole; The Travel

Some places are straight-up sick of tourists, some ecosystems have been withering away and need some space to recover…

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Australia’s problem with Aboriginal World Heritage; Ian Lilley & Celmara Pocock; The Conversation

Of Australia’s 19 World Heritage sites, only two recognise our Indigenous heritage. None of the our three cultural sites do so.

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Surviving bleached Barrier Reef coral ‘more resilient to heat’; AFP

Corals on Australia’s Great Barrier Reef that survived bleaching from rising sea temperatures were more resistant to another bout of hot conditions the following year, scientists said Tuesday, a “silver lining” for the embattled ecosystem. The 2,300-kilometre (1,400-mile) long UNESCO World…

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