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YOUR LIFE, YOUR STYLE


New South Wales: The one and only


NSW’s major city is Sydney, Australia’s oldest and largest city, set on a stunning harbour. It is the State’s capital city and is home to two of the world’s most recognisable icons − the Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Just as famous is Sydney’s multicultural buzz; it is a leading hub of the Asia-Pacific. But NSW also has an abundance of natural and remote beauty with


more than 820 national parks and reserves. They protect landscapes from rainforests and rugged bush, to marine wonderlands and outback deserts. Newcastle, NSW’s second largest city, boasts surf beaches, a sun-


drenched subtropical climate and diverse dining, nightlife and arts. It is also the gateway to the famous wine region, the Hunter Valley.


Queensland: Sunshine and smiles


Queensland is multicultural, vibrant and diverse, with people visiting and migrating from other parts of Australia and every country in the world. The people of Queensland enjoy an outdoor lifestyle with world-class beaches and waterways, national parks, rainforests and tropical reefs. From the sub-tropical to the tropical, Queensland


always has a warm welcome for you. As one of the world’s seven natural wonders,


the Islands of the Great Barrier Reef is top of the wish-list of many visitors. But while you’re there, why not check out the Daintree Rainforest, the Wet Tropics and Riversleigh Fossil Fields. It’s not all ‘nature’ either. Check out the urban vibe


of Brisbane and the glittering entertainment of the Gold Coast, Surfers’ Paradise and Sunshine Coast.


FAMILY OFFICE: THE FUTURE


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LIFESTYLE


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