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Allen, PM (2007) Paradise on Earth? Famous Reporter (35). pp. 39-45. ISSN 0819-5978

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Abstract

The prestigious travel magazine Conde Nast recently ranked Bali and Tasmania as 1 and 2 respectively on its 'World's best islands' list. Both islands have a special place in the Australian national imagination. The reason is complex. It goes beyond the scenery, the climate, the people; it's something to do with the perceived 'contained' nature and the 'timelessness' of islands. As Conde Nast puts it: 'In paradise, some things never change - the vistas, the culture, the people'.

Item Type: Article
Keywords: Tasmania, island, Bali
Journal or Publication Title: Famous Reporter
Page Range: pp. 39-45
ISSN: 0819-5978
Date Deposited: 26 Jul 2007
Last Modified: 18 Nov 2014 03:19
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