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Enochian Temples
Constructing Enochian Temples During the six months beginning November, 1985, I was involved in an extended exploration of the Enochian Tablet of Earth. There was no purpose to the work other than tourism - I merely wanted to see what was there and record it...
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Tourism boom drives hotel projects in Melbourne
The tourism boom is leaving its mark on the Melbourne skyline, with more than 1420 serviced apartments or hotel rooms now under construction in the inner city. Among the bigger projects Hiap Hoe is developing a $500 million apartment and hotel complex ...
From China, with love: the residential tourists falling for Melbourne property
Lured by lifestyle, a type of international buyer has emerged as a major player in Melbourne's property market – the residential tourist.
VIDEO: Tourism plan a walk through Victoria not Melbourne
That is the simple premise behind the Wander Victoria tourism campaign that attempts to show off the state beyond its famous capital. The plan is to encourage Melburnians to venture away from the major centres and take themselves out to the regions.
Sydney, Melbourne hotel construction lagging tourism boom
Australia's $110 billion tourism industry might be growing at an unprecedented rate thanks to record tourist arrivals from China and the softening dollar but there are too few hotels being developed in the key Sydney and Melbourne markets to meet demand.
Bus crashes in South Melbourne, trapping passengers
A bus transporting delegates from a major international tourism conference showed no sign of slowing before it slammed into a light-rail bridge in South Melbourne, trapping four passengers and injuring nearly a dozen more, witnesses say.

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