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July 2012

Helpful news from us at Scenic throughout July
31
Jul
The preservation of Aboriginal culture will soon get a boost thanks to a $1 million grant given to the Gold Coast area
31
Jul
Wellington is becoming an increasingly popular place to visit after a rise in tourist numbers and spending was recorded
31
Jul
A recent Vienna Tourist Board report contained new record figures of 5.5 million hotel night stays over the last 6 months
30
Jul
The New Zealand Herald have published an article where Lonely Planet travel writers call the Rhine “magical” amongst other praise
30
Jul
The future of the centre of Christchurch has been revealed by the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority
30
Jul
There were fears that the strength of the Australian dollar was putting off travellers, but tourism leaders say that quality is key for providers
27
Jul
Sydney will soon be home to some of the world’s outstanding art exhibitions as part of the yearly Sydney International Art Series
27
Jul
The landscape of New Zealand is well known for being peppered with snow-topped mountains, and although the current good weather has meant that there is not much snowfall, the Queenstown ski fields will still be covered in white.
27
Jul
Europe is seeing a rise in tourists from the UK and this trend looks set to continue with Britons opting for holidays to the continent over staycations.
26
Jul
Amsterdam is a hotpot of cultural experience and as such it is a city frequently visited on European river cruises. The city is full of intriguing sites, and a new museum arrival has plenty to add to that.
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