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Sculptures come to life in Sydney

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Starting 11 April, more than 140 performers will become living sculptures in interactive displays by 13 leading contemporary artists, including Marina Abramovic and Damien Hirst.
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World’s most welcoming countries

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The World Economic Forum ranked 140 nations in order of their hospitality towards international travellers. From Iceland to Bosnia, these 10 friendly places made the grade.


Tasmania’s true wilderness

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The Tarkine, the planet’s second-largest temperate rainforest, is a magical world of ancient pine trees, spectacular waterfalls and historic gold-rush settlements.
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Sydney’s small bar revolution

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A new wave of creative bars is reinvigorating Sydney’s nightlife scene, springing up along dark backstreets, down concrete service steps and through unmarked doors.
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In search of Australia’s real Gold Coast

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Beyond the lowbrow glamour of Surfers Paradise are three smaller beachfront towns, each with a slow-paced village feel behind their stunning and very surfable beaches.
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The changing face of Auckland’s markets

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The tastiest way to explore the cosmopolitan mix of cultures in New Zealand’s biggest city is at its bustling local markets.
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