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Shopping in Australia

Shopping

Hotel at home

Angie Kelly Some of the most stylish souvenirs are in the lobby of your hotel, writes Angie Kelly.

Victoria

City's five for fashion

Julietta Jameson It's renowned for its style but how does a visitor tap into the fashion secrets of the Victorian capital? Melburnian Julietta Jameson explains all.

Victoria

It's the Paris of the south

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Angie Kelly Francophiles and musical theatre fans will wish for one day more in Melbourne when Les Mis opens this month, writes Angie Kelly.

Victoria

Groovy is the new gold

Vintage Swimwear

Forget the pioneering days of the rush - instead dig the nostalgia of Ballarat's new vintage scene, writes Belinda Jackson.

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Queensland

Indie vibe is right on trend

Shopping

Belinda Jackson finds fashion and jewellery, heels and perfume, in the city's thriving design precincts.

ACT

Retro treats in store

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Whether vintage, handmade or CBD smart, all tastes are covered, writes Julietta Jameson.

Travellers Tips

Tips

Beyond frequent flyer points

Frequent Flyer Credit card Qantas

You save up your frequent flyer points and hand over your card at the supermarket - but when it comes to travel perks you might be only scratching the surface.

Tips

Getting the best price on duty free: survival of the cheapest

Best buys ... there are many factors to consider when looking at duty-free purchases.

Does duty-free shopping guarantee the best price? Jane E. Fraser finds out.

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Travel News

Jetstar tells girl she is 'too young to fly alone'

Jetstar

12:31pm | A 12-year-old girl's "first big flight" was cut short when boarding crew told her she was too young to fly alone.

Drunk woman attacks cabin crew with false leg

9:47am | Pilots were forced to divert a flight after a one-leg drunk woman attacked cabin crew.

Croatia expels tourist for punching monk seal

9:06am | A man who punch a Mediterranean monk seal has been fined and expelled from Croatia.

Peninsula Paris a game-changer on the luxury hotel scene

JULIETTA JAMESON | With more than $1 billion spent to open the doors of the brand new Peninsula Paris; it is perhaps the most anticipated opening in recent times.

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