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Melbourne CBD View from the Eureka Skydeck Yarra River Melbourne Cricket Ground Melbourne @ night Great Ocean road Great Ocean Road Great Ocean road Otway Treetop Fly walk 12 Apostles Lord Ard George View of 12 Apostles from the beach Melboune CBD Handfeeding Kangaroos @ Philip Island Handfeeding Emu @ Philip Island Chasing Kangaroos @ Phillip Island Boardwalk @ The Nobbies The World famous Penguin Parade @ Phillip Island Landed at 8 PM at Avalon Airport, rented a car for 3 days....
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It is the oldest bridge still in use in Australia.It was built over Tasmania's Coal River from 1823 to 1825 and was used for the moment of military police and convicts between Hobart & Port Arthur.It is said to have been the site where a desperate convict committed suicide and where, in another story, a cruel overseer was set upon by the convict workers and thrown off the bridge.Salamanca Place is one of Tasmania's best known landmarksWith dozens of restaurants and shops, Salamanca Square, nightlife, pubs, artists, galleries and craft shops to suit every budget plus the famous Salamanca Market every week !...