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Tasmania's top 10 ghost towns
Alien oceans: what lies beneath
ASIDE FROM THE blue whale, which is thought to be the largest animal that has ever lived, many of today’s creatures are mere pygmies compared with what came before them in Earth’s prehistoric past. Australia’s first human inhabitants would have come face to face with some, such as Diprotodon, Megalania and Thylacoleo.
The fondly remembered and frequently spoken of, from Number 96 to Summer Bay.
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At this year's Sydney Mardi Gras the state, media and police apologised to the the LGTBI community for their part in the first event in 1978.
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Mountain biking nirvana lies about four hours from Sydney. Tim Robson rides the Great Lake Trail around Taupo – and is already figuring out when to return.
Think Tropical North Queensland and invariably diving the Great Barrier Reef comes to mind, but head to the hills and you’ll soon see that this area has so much more adventure on offer.
The Australian Reptile Park on the NSW Central Coast will showcase an all-new 'Deadly & Dangerous' series these April school holidays.
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