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  • Young Aussies enjoy domestic holidays
  • Young Aussies enjoy domestic holidays
    Nick Torontali (2017) ©
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Young Aussies enjoy domestic holidays

From skydiving at Mission beach to snorkeling The Great Barrier Reef, Australia is the tourist destination many dream of visting. Research suggests that while Aussies want to experience the same adventures abroad, the cost is prohibitive, so they're enjoying staycations instead.

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