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Beyond the vines in Australia’s Barossa Valley

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Already famous for its excellent wines, a new generation of farmers, cheese makers and chefs are dragging the South Australian region into the 21st Century.
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Best student cities: Melbourne

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The prestige of its universities tops Sydney’s offerings, making Melbourne a hugely popular destination for those looking to study in the world’s most liveable city.
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High and dry in Australia’s Buccaneer Archipelago

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Talbot Bay is only a small part of this island cluster, where horizontal waterfalls and some of the biggest tidal changes in the world add danger to the average fishing trip.


A coastal camel trek through Australia

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Pender Bay in Western Australia is known for its spectacular coastline, as well as for the Indian-inspired camel safaris that help travellers navigate it.


Australia’s remote slot canyons

Just a few hours’ drive west of Sydney, daring Aussies plunge into the many canyons of the country’s Blue Mountain region.


Australia’s sheila sprint

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Lonely Planet author Kerry Lorimer heads to the remote Western Australia community of Derby, where the biggest event of the year involves both horses and women racing.


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