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Eco Tourism Holidays in Victoria

Shy guest ... a Cape Otway sanctuary offers hope for the endangered tiger quoll.

Victoria

Return of the native

Craig Tansley joins Great Ocean Ecolodge guests in the fight to save the tiger quoll.

The utmost of privacy is reserved for fly-ins to an exclusive Port Phillip resort

Mud Island

Darren Gray It is in the Melway - but you would never try to drive there. It is home to thousands of part-time residents who travel from around the world to spend summer there - but few Melburnians have ever...

Weekend away

Dulcet tones in the bush

Idyllic setting ... nature surrounds DULC's light-filled cabins.

Kay O'Sullivan is surrounded by sounds and sights of nature in this pure hideaway.

Macedon Ranges

Gourmet range

Unspecified

Susan Gough Henly delights in the food, wine and gardens of the Macedon region.

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Royal visit means big bucks for tourism

Britain's Prince William and his wife Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, pose in front of Uluru.

NINA KARNIKOWSKI 1:06pm | As the royal trio and their entourage prepare to head home, Australian tourism operators are reveling in the influx of enquiries and bookings that have resulted from the visit, which is expected to lead to tens of millions in tourist spending.

Number of Gallipoli pilgrims plummets

TONY WRIGHT 12:41pm | Fewer travellers have made the Anzac Day trek to Gallipoli than at any time in the last 14 years.

Dubai: Two French base jumpers break world record with Burj Khalifa leap

ANNIE DANG 3:31pm | Base jumpers break world record after spectacular leap from world's tallest building.

Brisbane petrol prices to settle for long weekend

MARISSA CALLIGEROS 2:02pm | There is likely to be some relief for motorists this long weekend following an Easter of high petrol prices.

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