July 15, 2024 8:03 PM

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Australia to Roll Out 10-Year Visa for ASEAN Tourists in Recovery Bid

Australia plans to offer 10-year visas to ASEAN and Timor Leste tourists, aiming to boost tourism and recover from downturns.

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Why The Water In These Four Places Turn To Another Color

See what happened in these countries and why their waters turn to another color.

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Where to See Art In Aboriginal Australia

Art lovers in Australia would likely trail along the Northern Territories to see the works and crafts by the Aborigines. The country is known for its longest continuing art tradition in the world and considered as the identity of the Aboriginal community.

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Sleep At The World’s First Astrology Hotel In Australia

Do you believe in horoscopes? Whether you nodded or shook your head to that question, thank your lucky stars if they led you to The Ultimo Hotel, the world's first astrology hotel in Australia. The place does not only offer a good night's sleep, but it also curates your tours according to your Zodiac Sign.

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Avoid These 36 Beaches In Australia; Fecal Matter Dominates The Shores

The Environmental Protection Victoria Australia has warned residents of swimming in 36 beaches in Port Phillip Bay in Melbourne as the waters and shores are contaminated with human poo. The said fecal matters have residents worrying since last month as heavy storms brought human dirt along in their favorite beach spots.

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Australia To Replace Passports With Facial Recognition, Fingerprints By 2020

Three years from now, Australia won't be checking your passport to know who you are. They would rather rely on machines and technology to answer for your identity whether you land through air or sea.

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Indigenous Artists Are Not Happy That Australia Is Selling Fake Aboriginal Souvenirs

Australia's indigenous community puts on a long, sad face on the government when it failed to promote genuine Aboriginal products to tourists. Travelers often buy these keepsakes believing the sellers to be offering authentic Aboriginal products, but it's often the other way around.

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Australia Wants You To Sleep At The Sydney Opera House, Because Why Not?

When will the sleepover begin? Dozens have asked if when will the project proposed by The Sydney Opera House and Airbnb get to have the green light from the government.

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Hidden Facts About The Sydney Opera House Revealed

Discover the history and mysteries behind the wonderful Australian landmark, the Sydney Opera House which sits near the Austalian Harbour.

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Australia Raises Tax For Working Tourists This 2017: Here's What You Need To Know

The new changes in tax rates seem to have discouraged backpackers to continue working in the country during their holiday stay.

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Australian Government Executes Lower ‘Backpacker Tax’; Coalition Eyeing To Drop Rate To 15 Percent

A proposed new "backpacker tax" which is lower than the government's original plan for a 32.5 percent rate will help to increase number of visitors in the country.

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