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12hrs in London

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So much to see, so little time: Let’s waste no time and spend 12hrs in
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eWay seeks to drag Australian business into e-commerce

eWay seeks to drag Australian business into e-commerce | Smartraveller: Australia Travel Tips | Scoop.it
Online payment gateway provider pushing the acquisition of new merchant account closer to real time.

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What I've learned six months into a new publishing model - Marketing magazine Australia (blog)

What I've learned six months into a new publishing model - Marketing magazine Australia (blog) | Smartraveller: Australia Travel Tips | Scoop.it
What I've learned six months into a new publishing model Marketing magazine Australia (blog) We've been creating websites and content at Sound Alliance for more than a decade, with sites like inthemix, FasterLouder, Same Same and Mess+Noise, but...

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50 rules for doing business in Australia

50 rules for doing business in Australia | Smartraveller: Australia Travel Tips | Scoop.it

Australia has a dynamic, diverse business community and despite the country's reputation for being laid back, there are some rules of engagement.

 

The author spoke with business leaders including CEOs, company directors, and successful people in finance, construction, IT, and media sectors about what's really expected when doing business in modern Australia. Here's the result.

 

 


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, October 27, 2013 5:28 PM

Look people in the eye, never wear shorts in the office and always have an opinion.

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Darwin Australia - A Travel Guide

Darwin Australia - A Travel Guide | Smartraveller: Australia Travel Tips | Scoop.it
With its view over the Timor Sea Darwin is Australia's only real tropical city. It is closer to Asia than it is to Sydney and there is a distinct smell of lemongrass and coriander in the air.

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Visa requirements for Australian citizens - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Visa requirements for Australian citizens - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

According to the " Henley Visa Restrictions Index 2013," holders of an Australian passport can visit 167 countries visa-free or with visa on arrival, and Australia is currently ranked 6th in terms of travel freedom (21st, counting multiple country per rank), ranked behind New Zealand (5th placing, 168 countries) but above South Korea (7th placing, 166 countries).

Australian citizens can travel to essentially every country in the world. The visa requirements for Australian citizens vary: many countries allow visa-free travel, many other countries allow Australian citizens to obtain a visa on arrival; other countries request Australian citizens prearrange the attainment of a visa. According to the "Henley Visa Restrictions Index 2011,"


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flyaustralia's comment, August 27, 2013 5:43 AM
cheap flights to Mumbai
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Really this useful information : Mann Travel, Australia provide cheap flights to Mumbai from Perth, Sydney etc.. : http://bit.ly/18O1C39
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Best Surf Beaches in Australia

Best Surf Beaches in Australia | Smartraveller: Australia Travel Tips | Scoop.it

Australia's large coastline offers over 10,000 beaches and some pretty excellent world standard surfing spots. This list of  great surf beaches in Australia is just the tip of the iceberg.


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Western Australia - The Road Less Traveled

Western Australia - The Road Less Traveled | Smartraveller: Australia Travel Tips | Scoop.it

At half the size of the USA and almost as big as India, Western Australia is the largest state in Australia and one you should consider for an off the beaten track holiday downunder.


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MacKenzie Falls - The Aussie Nomad

MacKenzie Falls - The Aussie Nomad | Smartraveller: Australia Travel Tips | Scoop.it
MacKenzie Falls in the Grampians is one of Victoria's most impressive waterfalls and is well worth the steep trek to the base.

 

source: www.theaussienomad.com 


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Twitter / ThatsEarth: Bouddi National Park, Australia. ...

Twitter / ThatsEarth: Bouddi National Park, Australia. ... | Smartraveller: Australia Travel Tips | Scoop.it
Bouddi National Park, Australia. http://t.co/ZqJ2QY3M9Z

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emerald125's curator insight, August 7, 2013 7:02 PM

Highly recommend a walk in this park if you are on an extended stay in Australia - it's a stunning and mostly overlooked part of the NSW coast 

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Golden Bowl: Micronesia’s Jellyfish Lake

Located in the island country of Palau, in Micronesia, Jellyfish Lake looks at first glance like just another tropical lagoon. Just below the surface, though, a natural wonder awaits: millions of mastigias papua— golden jellyfish, or medusae—dangling in the water like constellations of shining bulbs.The jellyfish were swept in about 12,000 years ago, when sea levels rose near the end of the ice age and flooded dry land. Jellyfish Lake is a marine lake, landlocked but connected to the ocean via underground limestone channels, and one of dozens in Palau's Rock Islands. (Of the five marine lakes there that contain jellyfish, it is the only one open to visitors.)Jellyfish Lake's 13 million or so golden medusae have a curious daily routine. Each morning, they move eastward across the lake, following the sun's path. This migration keeps them at a safe remove from their primary predators, shade-dwelling anemones; it also allows the microscopic algae that live in the jellyfish to absorb precious sunlight, thereby providing energy for themselves and their hosts.It is commonly believed that over the years, these predator-avoiding jellyfish have lost their ability to sting. In fact, they do sting—just rarely strongly enough to be felt by humans. They are delicate enough to be destroyed by a careless snorkeler's kick. Contrary to their namesake, these medusae aren't exactly ugly—especially en masse, pulsing in clear blue waters.
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Don't miss this natural wonder: millions of mastigias papua— golden‪#‎jellyfish‬, or medusae—dangling in the water like constellations of shining bulbs.

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How can I change internet provider in Australia? 【ツ】

How can I change internet provider in Australia? 【ツ】 | Smartraveller: Australia Travel Tips | Scoop.it
Internet providers - Australian households need broadband Internet connections in order to enjoy streaming video, audio and other new media, and they have a tremendous

 

source: http://www.broadbandjack.com.au/internet-providers/

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Open Universities Australia MOOCs attract 100,000 students

Open Universities Australia MOOCs attract 100,000 students | Smartraveller: Australia Travel Tips | Scoop.it

Open Universities Australia* reached a remarkable milestone last Monday when it announced that its free online learning platform, Open2Study had lured 100,000 students from more than 180 countries to enrol in its massive open online courses, or MOOCs.

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Melbourne Top Tips for a Great Holiday

Melbourne Top Tips for a Great Holiday | Smartraveller: Australia Travel Tips | Scoop.it
If you are on a short visit to Australia it is unlikely Melbourne will be at the top of your list but if your time here is less limited it is a great city to spend a few days in and for one of our smallest states it packs in lots of great...

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Cruising Australia in a Cruisin' Hi-Top Campervan

Cruising Australia in a Cruisin' Hi-Top Campervan | Smartraveller: Australia Travel Tips | Scoop.it
The Cruisin 2-3 Berth Campervan is ideal for budget travellers who want to commence an Australian adventure. Do not delay your quest to see the...

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7 Photos That Will Make You Want to Visit New Zealand | Car Hire Search

7 Photos That Will Make You Want to Visit New Zealand | Car Hire Search | Smartraveller: Australia Travel Tips | Scoop.it
2.5 million people visited remote New Zealand in 2012. Why? See for yourself - have a closer look at New Zealand through the lens of 7 flickr photos captured by

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Car Hire Search's curator insight, April 3, 2013 1:04 AM

Take a glimpse of Middle Earth. See if these photos will make you move to New Zealand.

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Visiting Cairns and Port Douglas

Visiting Cairns and Port Douglas | Smartraveller: Australia Travel Tips | Scoop.it
Cairns and Tropical North Queensland is the perfect destination for your Great Barrier Reef holiday.

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The Australian Dollar And What It Means For Travel - The Aussie Nomad

The Australian Dollar And What It Means For Travel - The Aussie Nomad | Smartraveller: Australia Travel Tips | Scoop.it
Are you an Australian looking to travel abroad or someone looking to travel Australia? Then read on for how the Australian dollar will affect you

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Twitter / GlobePosts: Opera House, Sydney Australia ...

Twitter / GlobePosts: Opera House, Sydney Australia ... | Smartraveller: Australia Travel Tips | Scoop.it
“@GlobePosts: Opera House, Sydney Australia http://t.co/uqHjCZTAWj”; @johnkluck3 is this pic just as amazing as it was when you were there?

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