Australia Travel News 11/23/2010
Another body in Ivan Milat’s Belanglo killing fields | The Australian
A RELATIVE of Ivan Milat allegedly murdered an acquaintance and buried the body in the same forest used by the NSW serial killer.
Australia, Japan to resume FTA talks | News | Business Spectator
Australia and Japan will hold fresh negotiations on a free trade pact in January, Trade Minister Craig Emerson said after talks with Japan's foreign minister.
The Ashes 2010: How England have won in Australia – Telegraph
Series in Australia can push England players to the brink: it is the toughest tour in every sense.
Opera Oprah! The countdown is now on to “Oprah’s Ultimate Australian Adventure” – Arts & Entertainment – Lifestyle – Nine to Five
To celebrate its upcoming trip to Australia for “Oprah’s Ultimate Australian Adventure,” “The Oprah Winfrey Show” presents a special episode airing Tuesday, 30 November at 7:30pm on Network Ten.
Tourism fans face Facebook milestone
Tourism Australia has announced that its fan page on Facebook has reached a million fans.
Australia Won’t Charge Actor Paul Hogan Over Tax – ABC News
Australian detectives said Tuesday they have dropped a five-year-old criminal investigation into "Crocodile Dundee" star Paul Hogan's tax dealings.
See you at the Gabba | The Australian
THE nicknames of Australia's sporting stadiums have always baffled me. Melbourne has the G, Perth the WACA and here I am at the Brisbane Cricket Ground, better known as the Gabba.
Family Road Trip Australia: Schooling is a Process Not a Place
When considering an extended holiday with the family, one of the major concerns parents have is the kids’ education.
Perth Zoo named top tourism attraction – WA Business News
Perth Zoo has been named Western Australia's top tourism attraction, ahead of Rottnest Island and The Bell Tower, at this year's Western Australian Tourism Awards.
Jetstar launches Darwin-Manila* low fares flying in northern Australia hub expansion – Airline News – etravelblackboard.com
Low fares leader Jetstar has launched sales on its direct Darwin- Manila* tri-weekly A320 service from its expanding international flying hub in Darwin, representing the next growth phase in Jetstar’s increasingly integrated pan Asian network.