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  • Chinese tourists flock to Australia
  • Chinese tourists flock to Australia
    Michael Wu (2006) ©
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Chinese tourists flock to Australia

Considering Australia conjures all kinds of scenes; from the awe-inspiring outback to cuddly koala bears, from barbecue culture to beautiful beaches that rival scenes from Home and Away. For Chinese tourists, these are just a few of the things to love about a trip to Australia.

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