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Australia's World Heritage Sites

Imagine a land where people have lived for 40,000 years. Where natural wonders abound. And where architecture rises to world-class heights. Tour Australia's UNESCO World Heritage sites.

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Wet Tropics of Queensland
Plunge into the sights and sounds of the Wet Tropics of Queensland, Australia. This 280-mile stretch of wet tropical rainforest holds plenty of natural wonders. Among them is Wallaman Falls, Australia’s highest waterfall.

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