New exhibition on Sydney Opera House designer to open in Denmark; Caroline Hadamitzky; Lonely Planet

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Invasive species of ant eradicated from Lord Howe Island; Australian Geographic

A six year project to rid the Island of African big-headed ants has been successful.

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From Cairns: Full-Day Kuranda by Train & Coach Tour; Get Your Guide

Travel up to Kuranda by the historic scenic train and get back by comfortable coach including commentary by experienced local guide. Enjoy 3.5-hours of free time in Kuranda. Cairns hotel transfers included.

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How to travel sustainably in Australia’s Northern Territory; Caitlin Clark; National Student

There’s more than one way to experience Australia’s all-encompassing outback.

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Jorn Utzon’s Sydney Opera House Turns 45; World Architecture

World Architecture Community News – Jorn Utzon’s Sydney Opera House Turns 45…

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The world’s most awesome rainforests and how to visit them; Wanderlust

Verdant and teeming with life, rainforests host more than 50% of earth’s animals and plants. For travellers, they are full of adventure, beauty and unforgettable wildlife encounters…

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Prince Harry visits world’s largest sand island in Australia; AP

Prince Harry took a barge for the 70-km crossing from Australia’s mainland to the island, while the former American actress Meghan rode in a far more comfortable cruiser.

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Australia’s island paradise with a dark and curious history; Chloe Cann; Telegraph

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What to do at the Sydney Opera House; Kate Springer; CNN

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When the Sydney Opera House opened in 1973, it thrust Sydney onto the world stage. Today, more than 8.2 million visitors flock to the urban icon every year to sit on the monumental steps, dine by the harbor or watch a spectacular performance.

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Why marvels of engineering require miracles of project management; Jens Roehrich & Jas Kalra; The Conversation

Project managers are the forgotten heroes of major building projects across the world.

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