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  1. Australia boasts a collection of quirky accommodation from underground cave and tree house properties, quirky hideaways and secluded lodges and unusual hotels and resorts. [WRAP]http://www.pomsinoz.com/images/accommodation/olims.png[/WRAP]Olims Boutique Hotel (ACT) Built in English deco style in 1927, the same year Old Parliament house opened, the Olims Boutique Hotel was formerly known as the Hotel Ainslie. Classified by the National Trust, it’s a Canberra icon.
  2. Tourism Australia is running an online campaign at the moment, promoting locations around Australia in short online videos, featuring, backpackers, tour guides etc to lure more young people Down Under to work and play. The Tourism Australia campaign, 30 days in Oz, consists of 30 online videos, each following someone different in locations around Australia, with each demonstrating in 60 seconds why "there's nothing like Australia for young travellers." Tourism Australia managing director Andrew McEvoy said the campaign would promote the Working Holiday Visa and encourage young people to consider Australia as a place to work or travel, particularly those leaving school or on a Gap Year. "One of Tourism Australia's objectives is to get more young people to holiday in Australia. These travellers often become lifelong advocates, influencing friends and family of all ages to holiday in Australia and returning themselves later in life," he said. "We also know from research that many of these visitors are backpackers, who spend more time travelling and explore more of Australia than other travellers, which is one of the reasons the youth market is such an important one for us." The video's showcasing Victoria are below: F6DExzY9GI0 vrv1GTMzzwM Je5QAF0wrg8 Gkz7O_cXvNM XzzMdOCxnxY
  3. Tourism Australia is running an online campaign at the moment, promoting locations around Australia in short online videos, featuring, backpackers, tour guides etc to lure more young people Down Under to work and play. The Tourism Australia campaign, 30 days in Oz, consists of 30 online videos, each following someone different in locations around Australia, with each demonstrating in 60 seconds why "there's nothing like Australia for young travellers." Tourism Australia managing director Andrew McEvoy said the campaign would promote the Working Holiday Visa and encourage young people to consider Australia as a place to work or travel, particularly those leaving school or on a Gap Year. "One of Tourism Australia's objectives is to get more young people to holiday in Australia. These travellers often become lifelong advocates, influencing friends and family of all ages to holiday in Australia and returning themselves later in life," he said. "We also know from research that many of these visitors are backpackers, who spend more time travelling and explore more of Australia than other travellers, which is one of the reasons the youth market is such an important one for us." The video's showcasing South Australia are below: 7MIvCyNUfX0 2BKHDeqZ07Y cy4OpklYrYc dIg3br2HN0E
  4. Hi Guys, Its been a long time since I have been on here so a big Hello to friends old and new, I have a question and I am sure someone will be able to help me............................ My niece is coming over to visit us in Perth in Jan 2011 and she is wondering if its possible for her to arrange to get married here in Perth while on her hols. I have spoken to people before who have said that their family were coming out to get married but at the time I didnt need to take the conversation any further and for the life of me I cant remember who it was ! Can anyone help me with this, any idea on how you go about it and what the cost could be ? Thanks again for any replies I may get, Sian x :jiggy:
  5. Hi all, Can anyone tell me if the Christmas vacation ahead will have any impact on the processing time of applications? They will remain closed but does that mean the pending dicisions will be delayed? Thanks , Rubab
  6. I am curious if anyone has an idea of standard vacation allotments in packages for intermediate/senior IT Jobs. i am starting to interview for positions and am relocating from Canada where the standard is 3 weeks vacation plus statutory holidays. I am hoping it is more than 3 weeks because it just isn't enough!
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