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Australia’s beer can regatta

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Now in its 40th year, Darwin’s annual festival features more than 65 beercan boats, some of which are made of more than 1,500 empty cans.
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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.


A cruise to hidden Polynesia

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The Aranui 3 is the only ship that transports adventure-bound travellers to the remote South Pacific islands of Marquesa, which few outsiders have ever laid eyes on.
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Coastal Sydney’s nautical icon

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Mayan-inspired and Danish-designed, the Sydney Opera House’s unique history mirrors that of the city, settled by convicts two centuries ago and now Australia’s largest metropolis.


Five unforgettable rail journeys

From a luxury odyssey through the Australian outback to traversing the peaks of the Ecuadorian Andes, here are some of the best ways to get on board.
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Sydney’s hotel bars, back in vogue

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From swanky spaces with splendid views to lavish waterholes steeped in history, hotel bars are changing the way the city grooves.
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