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Tourism Australia have some videos on You Tube. Thought some people might like to take a peek at the highlights of Aus so to speak. My hubby sent me the link to the national one and simply said 'Shall we?'. Some of the places shown are on our bucket list of places for us to to visit together/as a family in Aus.

 

And if you click this link below you'll see a few more short ads including ones for Adelaide city, the Adelaide Hills, the Murray river and Barossa Valley

http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2E771820199177E5&feature=plcp

Tourism Australia's Latest Ad

 

http://youtube/3pOVfJwBd5s

 

South Australia's latest ad

http://youtube/Jr2dusyz1iw

 

Kangaroo Island

http://youtube/kp4NGShh944

 

There's nothing like Australia: South Australia.

http://youtube/FoBxq8lB2iY

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I love threads like this, they give you an opportunity to really see what is possible after all the effort!

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Guest thebokke

Awesome Snifter, cheers for sharing! Can't wait to see some of those sites for myself!

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