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The Great Barrier Reef, a fragile empire

From tiny coral polyps grew Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, the largest living structure on Earth. But a changing environment could put the reef’s future in jeopardy.


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Australia’s humpback highway

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The winter period of June to August is rush hour off the coast of Sydney as thousands of whales migrate from Antarctica to sub-tropical breeding grounds.
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The world's finest freebies

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From opera in London to tea time in Istanbul’s Grand Bazaar, getting to the heart of a destination was never so richly rewarding yet so downright free.
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The world’s most remote places

Get away from it all with these destinations that are really in the middle of nowhere.


Offbeat theme parks of the world

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From an Angry Birds funfair to the first Buddhist-themed waterpark, these wacky tourist attractions are a long way from Orlando, Florida.


Australia rediscovers its urban indigenous heart

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From Sydney to Melbourne to Perth, urban tours are challenging the perception that the country’s Aboriginal history can only be experienced in the desert.
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