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The official Google+ page for those who love holidays in Australia. #SeeAustralia to share your photos and stories with us.

This page is managed by Tourism Australia and is updated daily with new news, quirky facts and beautiful holiday photos of Australia.



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About 7 weeks ago Feathertail Gliders are the world's smallest gliding marsupial...they were given their name because of their long feather-shaped tail. (Photo: www.zoo.org.au)
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About 4 weeks ago A baby echidna is called a "puggle". They are born blind and hairless, and after an average of four weeks they develop sharp spines. (Photo: +Greg Snell) 
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About 1 week ago The eleven kilometre long Lord Howe Island is an eroded remnant of a seven million-year-old shield volcano....it's easy to see why it's often referred to as ‘the last paradise’. (Photo: baillielodges.com.au)
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About 13 weeks ago Australia is home to more than 828 beautiful bird species,  some of which are unique to Australia and found no-where else. (Photo: +Greg Snell) 
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About 7 weeks ago The Black Palm Cockatoo can live for up to 50 years - they are also monogamous and stay with their partner for life. (Photo: +Greg Snell) 
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About 8 weeks ago The red kangaroo is the world's largest marsupial. (Photo: David Cook Wildlife Photography)
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About 13 weeks ago Lord Howe Island, the eroded remnant of a seven million-year-old shield volcano, is surrounded by the world’s southernmost coral reef. (Photo: www.lordhoweisland.info)  
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About 2 weeks ago The South Australian coastline is more than 3,800 kilometres long and is punctuated by towns, beaches, cliffs and jetties. (Photo: +Greg Snell) 
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About 7 weeks ago Covering 344,400km² the Great Barrier Reef is bigger than the United Kingdom, Switzerland and Holland combined. In other words, it's huge! 
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About 11 weeks ago Kangaroos live and travel in groups called "mobs" -
dominated by the largest male. A mob may have ten or more 
males and females. (Photo: +Mia Glastonbury)