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Australia's cities all have their distinctive personalities, climates, lifestyles and holiday experiences.  Whether a few days boutique shopping, gallery strolling and food and wine are at the top of your holiday list, or whether prefer a more outdoor style of vacation heading for a nearby beach, one of Aussie's unique cities will be the perfect starting point.

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Life in Brisbane revolves around the outdoors. As the capital of Australia's Sunshine State, Brisbane invites you to kick off your shoes, grab your mates and enjoy the food, art and adventure on offer.

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Discover the sights and sizzle of spectacular Sydney. So much more than the iconic Harbour Bridge and Opera House, Sydney is full of surprises.

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Discover the magic of Melbourne city, it's vibrant arts and cafe culture, rumbling trams and seaside precincts. It's definitely the place to head to if you want to experience top-notch brews, delicious cuisine and contemporary Australian culture.

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Visit Adelaide and explore the burgeoning small-bar scene, world-class art and music, and a festival calendar to rival that of any other Australian city. It's the perfect place to kick back, stroll the lanes, enjoy the wines and soak up the vibe.

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Climb a mountain and view captivating modern art in the same day. Eat fish and chips from a floating fish punt in the docks, or dine in the finest restaurants. Add thriving markets, an unsurpassed natural setting and a sense of history that is Hobart

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Perth is an outdoor city with beautiful beaches, amazing weather and lots of great places to enjoy a cold beer. Head out of Perth to find an adorable quokka or sip an ale that has spent time quietly aging beneath a monastery.

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Built on the pearling trade, these days Broome is a popular holiday hub and gateway to the wild Kimberley region. Broome’s rich and colourful history has created a multicultural melting pot that is reflected in the town’s welcoming and laid-back feel

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With everything from Asian food markets and crocodile encounters to open-air movies and sunset cruises, Darwin is as easygoing as it is exciting. With its balmy nights, the Northern Territory's unhurried capital is an outdoor mecca.

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