Our falling currency is no bar to Australian travellers finding good-value destinations.
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From Dublin and its cheery pub culture to the windswept Cliffs of Moher, the beguiling Skellig Islands and the Aran Island forts, Ireland is both mysterious and desolate, yet colourful, warm and welcoming. Its green hills blanketed in mist house the ruins of ancient castles with a bloody history, while its colourful towns are awash with cosy pubs that radiate with traditional live music and friendly people.