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Ten Days on the Island, Tasmania (2013)

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When: March 15 to 24, 2013 Where: Tasmania History Tasmania is as culturally different from other Australian cities as it is geographically separated from the mainland by 240 kilometers of Bass Strait. Located on the lower-right hand corner of the Australian landmass, Tasmania lives with an islander mentality not unlike those in other archipelagic islands [...]

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Perth International Arts Festival 2013

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When: February 8 to March 2, 2013 Where: Perth, Australia History Founded in 1953 by the University of Western Australia, the Perth International Arts Festival (February) is considered the oldest international multi-disciplinary arts festival in the southern hemisphere. Ever since, it has launched up and coming artists and welcomed the performances of international artists as [...]

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National Multicultural Festival, Canberra (2013)

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When: February 8-10, 2013 Where: Canberra, Australia History Canberra, as well as the rest of Australian megalopolises Sydney, Perth and Melbourne, has always attracted professionals and retirees from all around the world because of the city’s high level of livability despite its obvious urban atmosphere. As such, it is not surprising to find as many [...]

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Adelaide Bank Festival of Arts 2013

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When: March 3 to 19, 2013 Where: Adelaide, South Australia History Sir Lloyd Dumas is largely considered as the father of Adelaide Bank Festival of Arts (March) who organized the affair in 1958. His idea was to celebrate Adelaide as the cultural nerve center of Southern Australia (which it is, thanks to its huge population [...]

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Darwin Festival 2013

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When: August 11-28, 2013 Where: Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia History Darwin may be the northernmost frontier of Australia, but it has its share of eager travelers and tourists who want to experience the tropical climate and laidback atmosphere of the city that is undecidedly Australian, unlike other more urbanized cities of Sydney, Perth and Melbourne. [...]

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