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*Sydney - Largely regarded as the Gateway to Australia, Sydney is an iconic and beautiful city. Home to famous landmarks such as the Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge, it is Australia's oldest and largest city.  

*Melbourne - This diverse city is Australia's most famous trend-setting, creative hub. Melbourne is world-renowned for its hand in the progression of fashion, art and eye-catching architecture, as well as its richly multicultural heritage.

*Canberra - Canberra, the nation's capital, is a beautiful city quaintly nestled in a series of parks and gardens. It was designed in 1912 by master designer Walter Burley Griffin, an architect from Chicago.

*Hobart - Australia's second oldest city, Hobart, is located in Tasmania at the foot of Mount Wellington. It is the home of the famous Salamanca Place, a series of 19th Century waterfront warehouses that now house many of the city's upscale art galleries, restaurants and cafes.

*Newcastle - Over 200 years old, Newcastle is the site of the second European settlement in Australia. The city is surrounded by six pristine beaches; Nobbys, Newcastle, Bar, Dixon Park, Merewether and Stockton, all within a short distance of the city's centre.

*Adelaide - Named for Queen Adelaide, consort queen of King William IV, the area in which Adelaide resides was originally populated by the Kaurna Aboriginal nation. Much of the city's significant European heritage is evident on North Terrace, home of the South Australian Museum and the State Library.

*Perth - Perth has been the seat of government for Western Australia since 1829. Situated on the banks of the Swan River, the city is filled with attractions like the Perth Mint, Swan Bells Tower and the Art Gallery of Western Australia.

*Brisbane - Situated in an area of Queensland known to the indigenous peoples as Mian-jin ('place shaped as a spike'), there is more to Brisbane than meets the eye; one of its many highlights is the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, the largest koala sanctuary in the world.

*Tasmania - The island state is the world's 26th largest island. Tasmania is known as the 'natural state,' being home to many of Australia's beautiful reserves, national parks and World Heritage Sites.

*Long fence - The 'dingo fence' in Australia is the longest fence in the world, and is about twice as long as the Great Wall of China. A journalist by the name of James Woodford travelled along the fence and wrote about the experience in his memoir "The Dog Fence."

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Calendar 2011 uniquely Australian
Calendar 2011 uniquely Australian
01.Arnotts Tim Tams Original 200g
02.Arnotts Tim Tams Double Coat 200g
03.Arnotts Tim Tams Caramel 175g
04.Arnotts Tim Tams Dark 200g
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