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Australia-Theme-Tourism Featured Greg Wood Print

Australia-Theme-Tourism

The unusual protruding rock formations of Canal Rocks at Yallingup in the world-renowned surfing area of the south-west corner of Western Australia are shown in this photo taken on May 11, 2011. The legendary coastline with its amazing surf breaks, spans an area between Cape Naturaliste and Cape Leeuwin and is also famous for its premium wine growing, pristine white sandy beaches and spectacular forest scenery. AFP PHOTO / Greg WOOD / AFP PHOTO / GREG WOOD

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Australia-Transport-Maritime-Tasmania Featured Greg Wood Print

Australia-Transport-Maritime-Tasmania

The Spirit of Tasmania III, a German built 174-metre long, 23,663-tonne ocean going passenger and car ferry, moves under the Sydney Harbour bridge, 10 April 2005, on the return leg of one of its trips between Sydney and Tasmania, Australia's only island state. A Tasmanian state government rescue package of 115 million dollars (89 million USD) announced 15 March, has continued the future of the financially-stricken service for another three years, with Spirit III's failure to make money blamed on the introduction of cheap airfares. AFP PHOTO/Greg Wood / AFP PHOTO / GREG WOOD

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Australia-Lifestyle-Arts-Festival Featured Greg Wood Print

Australia-Lifestyle-Arts-Festival

A gigantic, yellow rubber duck sits alongside the Australian-built replica of James Cook's ship Endeavour as it is prepared prior to being floated into Sydney's Darling Harbour on January 5, 2013 to kick off Sydney's annual arts festival, a celebration which combines high-art with popular entertainment. The rubber duck by Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman forms part of the 2013 Sydney Festival which will present more than 750 artists from about 17 countries around the world, with many of the events free and family-oriented to showcase the personality of Australia's biggest city. AFP PHOTO / Greg WOOD / AFP PHOTO / GREG WOOD

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