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  • Aussies looking for a perfect wedding abroad
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Aussies looking for a perfect wedding abroad

Getting married used to involve a gathering of family and friends for a service in the local chapel. But tying the knot has taken on a different meaning in Australia, with couples booking out resorts in Fiji or Bali and extending celebrations for up to a week.

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