Australia is home to the oldest continuous culture on earth and stunning relics of its history remain.
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Australia is a big country and it's filled with big things – though maybe not the big things you're picturing.
It turns out that Australia does have buildings worth looking at beyond Jørn Utzon's most notorious creation. And maybe it's time to go look at them in person.
We can thank monks for custard tarts and a former governor of Queensland for the humble lamington.
With most of us stuck at home, any list of hot destinations you must visit right now can safely be tossed out of the window. It's time, instead, to look forward to the things that aren't going to be fully open for a long time, and can be earmarked for a visit when life returns to normal again.
The practice of quarantine has a long and often brutal history that spans the globe.
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Right now the best and safest thing to do is sit tight and wait for the planet to realign itself. Then we can travel again.
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