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AUSTRALIA: your luxury destination Northern Territory: A natural beauty


Diverse landscapes, spectacular waterfalls, wide open spaces, Aboriginal culture, wild and untamed wildlife, all create a unique opportunity for the visitor to immerse themselves in the natural wonder that the Northern Territory offers. Images of Uluru (Ayers Rock) are recognised around the world ensuring that tourism in the Northern Territory will remain a vital component of its future. This allows for a diverse and relaxed lifestyle. Iconic destinations such as Uluru and Kakadu make


the Northern Territory a popular destination for elite international travellers.


Australia’s capital: Relaxed and dynamic!


The country’s capital, Canberra, ACT, is a wonderful place to explore. There is great accessibility of facilities and security. The city is an ideal place to hold conventions and conferences. As the nation’s capital Canberra is home to most of Australia’s major cultural institutions. It has a diverse


cultural calendar, including community and special events, including major international exhibitions. Canberra is a planned city, with the inner-city area originally designed by Walter Burley Griffin. Canberra has


many wonderful parks and abundant natural bushland and the peace and quiet atmosphere is supported by the largely suburban lifestyle.


98 FAMILY OFFICE: THE FUTURE


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