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Vast, unforgiving and mostly uninhabited...

But one thing's for sure: the  Australian  Outback is one of the most intriguing and beautiful places you'll likely ever see. With its sun-scorched gorges set against blue skies,  remarkable monoliths , waterfall-fed swimming holes and ancient  First Nations cultures , the Outback was practically made for adventures. Called us biased, but we reckon such places are best explored with the experts (read: locals) who know their way around and can share a tale or two along the way. Just don't forget to pack your Akubra.

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Trips from 1 January 2023 onwards

From 1 January 2023, Intrepid will no longer require travelers to provide proof of vaccination against COVID-19 (excluding all Polar trips and select adventure cruises).

However, we continue to strongly recommend that all Intrepid travelers and leaders get vaccinated to protect themselves and others.

Specific proof of testing or vaccination may still be required by your destination or airline. Please ensure you check travel and entry requirements carefully.

How much of Australia is the Outback?

The Outback occupies a whopping 70% of mainland Australia. It spans 2.1 million square miles, including all of the Northern Territory and a large part of South Australia, Queensland, Western Australia and New South Wales.

What is the weather like in the Outback?

You might assume the Outback is hot and dry all year round. While it gets very hot in the summer, people are surprised to learn how cold winter nights can be – with temps often plummeting to zero.

The climate varies throughout the Outback ranging from semi-dry tropic, arid and desert. Generally speaking, this means there are two seasons: summer which sees hot, humid days and mild nights, and winter which sees warm days and cold nights.

When is the best time to visit the Outback?

The Outback is stunning year-round, but winter (May-October) is considered the best time to visit for good weather. During these months, it's warm to hot during the day and cold at night. The conditions are near-perfect for hiking and exploring, and you won't spend your entire trip wiping sweat from your brow or battling with flies.

How to get to the Outback

The Outback is vast and remote. The best way to get there if you don't have much time is to fly. Otherwise you'll spend far too much time on the road. There are daily flights between Alice Springs, Darwin, Broome and other Outback towns from most major cities in Australia.

How to get around the Outback

The short answer is you’ll either need to self-drive or join a tour. The Outback is massive and public transport is scarce. Even with a car, you’ll often drive for hours without seeing another soul on the road. To give you an idea, Adelaide to Darwin is 1,864 miles and takes 31 hours to drive.

What animals are in the Outback?

From arid desert to lush gorges filled with trees and natural watering holes, the Outback's landscapes are super diverse – and so is the range of native fauna that call it home. Some of the animals you can expect to see on your Outback adventure include:

  • Saltwater crocodiles 
  • Frilled-necked lizards 
  • Sand goannas 
  • Thorny devils 
  • Australian feral camels  

What to wear in the Outback

Layers are key. Breathable, long-sleeved pants and shirts are comfortable for walking, and they also double up as sun protection. You should avoid wearing light colors (unless you want red dirt-stained clothes to take home with you as a souvenir!). Other essentials include a good pair of hiking boots and/or runners, sandals, a wide-brimmed sun hat, bathers, sunglasses, sunscreen and a small daypack.

If you’re visiting in the winter (May-September), you’ll definitely need a warm fleece, long pants, a woolly hat and maybe some thermals as the temperature often dips below freezing and it’s not uncommon to see ground frost in the morning.

Are Intrepid trips accessible for travellers with disabilities?

We are committed to making travel widely  accessible , regardless of ability or disability. We do our best to help you see the world, regardless of physical or mental limitations. 

We are always happy to talk to travellers with disabilities and see if we can help guide them toward the most suitable itinerary for their needs and, where possible, make reasonable adjustments to our itineraries.

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3 Day Uluru Kata-Tjuta Kings Canyon (Camping) - from Alice Springs Tour

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3 Day Uluru Kata-Tjuta Kings Canyon (Camping) - from Alice Springs

"The swag sleeping was a new experience for us and it was a bit nerve wracking for the first night, but I would definitely do it again." Emma, traveled in November 2023

Uluru & Kings Canyon Adventure Tour

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Uluru & Kings Canyon Adventure

"It was fabulous to see Uluru and I was amazed at the height and size of it. Aboriginal art is stunning and the people are friendly." Ben, traveled in March 2024

8-Day Adelaide to Uluru Tour Tour

8-Day Adelaide to Uluru Tour

"Lots to see and do, appreciated flexible alternatives for those who might want to do a long hike." Richard, traveled in November 2023

3 Day Uluru Red Centre Kings Canyon (Camping) - from Ayers Rock Tour

3 Day Uluru Red Centre Kings Canyon (Camping) - from Ayers Rock

"Sights were amazing. Group was great, and we learned so much due to Rael's deep knowledge." PAUL, traveled in July 2023

Australia: Uluru Explorer (4 Days) Tour

Australia: Uluru Explorer (4 Days)

"Very nice trip :-)))" Simon, traveled in July 2022
  • €100 deposit on some dates Some departure dates offer you the chance to book this tour with a lower deposit.

3 Day Uluru Adventure Tour

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3 Day Uluru Adventure

"Kings Canyon was my favourite day and loved that campsite in particular. Lots of early starts at 5am but very worth it for beautiful sunrise hikes." Lucy, traveled in August 2023

8-Day Uluru to Adelaide Tour Tour

8-Day Uluru to Adelaide Tour

"Amazing views, beautiful sunrise hikes, (bush) camping in swags and learning so much about geological and cultural history." Minke, traveled in April 2024

Outback Contrasts (6 Days) Tour

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Outback Contrasts (6 Days)

【The Ghan】 Territory Complete 15 Days Package Tour

【The Ghan】 Territory Complete 15 Days Package

Red Centre & Uluru Explorer Tour

Red Centre & Uluru Explorer

Outback Camping Adventure (ex Yulara) Tour

Outback Camping Adventure (ex Yulara)

"The tour was perfect, Matt and Bella were great guides and made the trip so special." Elizabeth, traveled in August 2022

Alice Springs, Uluru Ayers Rock & Kings Canyon 8 Days Touring Package Tour

Alice Springs, Uluru Ayers Rock & Kings Canyon 8 Days Touring Package

"We all has a really fantastic time and enjoyed every minute of it" John, traveled in September 2022

Outback Highlights (Short Break, 5 Days) (3 destinations) Tour

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Outback Highlights (Short Break, 5 Days) (3 destinations)

Untamed Kimberley (11 Days) Tour

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Untamed Kimberley (11 Days)

"This was the BEST tour that we have experienced. Her experience, knowledge, personality, and attention to every detail ensured that we always felt safe and secure." BarbaraSmith, traveled in May 2021

Upgraded Uluru & Kata Tjuta Independent Adventure Tour

Upgraded Uluru & Kata Tjuta Independent Adventure

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This tour brought together a n eclectic group of travellers for a lovely 3 day outback experience. The sights, and hikes were wonderful. The accommodations in tents were good. The meals were appropriate for the convenience and weather conditions.
Took the tour hosted by Robert & Frederico. Robert was always full of energy when he spoke and he had lots of stories. Whenever we saw animals on the outback roads he stopped and allowed us to have a look and photograph them. He did this with camels. He found a dead snake on the side of the road and then pulled it into our van for us all to have a look at it. He found a thorny devil on the side of the road and pulled it into the van for all of us to look at it. He was very knowledgeable with explaining the story of the Southern Cross star constellation. I liked that the tour guides allowed us to swap seats in the van and sit up the front with Robert. I liked the number of stops we had including Erldunda at the geographic centre of Australia and the many photo opportunities on the side of the road. It was fabulous to see Uluru and I was amazed at the height and size of it. We saw the sunset over Uluru which changed the colour of the rock which was sensational. We also saw the sunrise over Uluru and I enjoyed visiting the Aboriginal cultural centre. Aboriginal art is stunning and the people are friendly.
The tour is amazing! Great tour guide tells us a lot of history, legends and landscape, interesting itinerary, friendly and nice team members, unforgettable experience. The team members spent wonderful time together that made us connected together. The scene and sight seeing are definitely worth to visit. Once in a lifetime experience.

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"This tour was definitely a highlight of my time in Australia! I had Donk and Sue as my guides, both who were phenomenal. Sue made the tour for me, providing endless facts on the geological history of the places we visited, outback fauna and flora, as well as the Aboriginal significance of sacred sights. We had a small group of just 10 people, which I really enjoyed—everyone was enthusiastic and willing to help out with preparing meals. We did a lot in just three days, although there was a lot more driving than I expected. But Donk did stop at some view points and when we saw animals in the bus to break it up.

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"Took the tour hosted by Robert & Frederico. Robert was always full of energy when he spoke and he had lots of stories. Whenever we saw animals on the outback roads he stopped and allowed us to have a look and photograph them. He did this with camels. He found a dead snake on the side of the road and then pulled it into our van for us all to have a look at it. He found a thorny devil on the side of the road and pulled it into the van for all of us to look at it. He was very knowledgeable with explaining the story of the Southern Cross star constellation. I liked that the tour guides allowed us to swap seats in the van and sit up the front with Robert. I liked the number of stops we had including Erldunda at the geographic centre of Australia and the many photo opportunities on the side of the road. It was fabulous to see Uluru and I was amazed at the height and size of it. We saw the sunset over Uluru which changed the colour of the rock which was sensational. We also saw the sunrise over Uluru and I enjoyed visiting the Aboriginal cultural centre. Aboriginal art is stunning and the people are friendly.

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"This was an incredible experience! Amazing views, beautiful sunrise hikes, (bush) camping in swags and learning so much about geological and cultural history. My tour group was very small which created a very relaxed dynamic. No one was left behind or left out. Teamwork makes the dream work. Sid, our tour guide, is pretty damn awesome in what he does. I learned so much about these parts of Australia and he really kept me engaged because he showed authenticity and genuine engagement with people and his surroundings. He was very professional and cool even when things went a little south (blown out tire with a very long drive ahead). He had to stray away from the itinerary a couple of times but I fully trusted him to give us the best experience on this tour. He noticed when you took an interest in learning specific things and would try and teach you about what he knows. Also shoutout to Gary, who was a trainee tour guide. He'll do great on his first tour through the desert and that group will be lucky to have him. This part of Australia is so unique compared to the east coast and south. It's definitely in my top 2 of tours I've been on.

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Feel the ocean breeze and taste the salty beach air as you cruise the Outer Banks beaches in our exclusive open-air Hummers with one of our seasoned guides in search of the Colonial Spanish Mustangs! View the horses in their natural environment as we transport you into three distinct ecosystems teeming with wildlife accessible only by off-road vehicles.

Tour with us to find the Outer Banks Wild Corolla Spanish Mustang Horses and discover some of the most unique sights OBX has to offer. Our friendly and knowledgeable tour guides take you onto pristine northern beaches that are accessible only with a 4×4 off-road vehicle. Book your tour online today!

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Feel the ocean breeze and taste the salty beach air as you cruise the Outer Banks beaches in our exclusive open-air Hummers with one of our seasoned guides in search of the Colonial Spanish Mustangs! View the horses in their natural environment as we venture into three distinct ecosystems teeming with wildlife accessible only by off-road vehicles.

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Wild Horse Adventure Tours is proud to offer Hummer Adventure Tours. Navigate the picturesque Outer Banks beaches in our exclusive, open-air, 13-passenger Hummers. Our hummers provide 4X4 transportation, led by one of our seasoned guides, taking you on a journey in search of the Colonial Spanish Mustang (Banker) Horses.

Thanks to the superior capabilities of our custom-designed, open-air Hummer H1s, we can access previously unreachable ecosystems, each teeming with diverse wildlife. Our new exclusive transportation rights to the Wild Horse Sanctuary in Swan Beach allow us to view these majestic horses in their natural habitat, offering an unparalleled viewing experience.

Safety and comfort are paramount in our transportation design. Our Hummer H1 vehicles have been meticulously customized for maximum safety and comfort. Each seat is equipped with seat belts and restraint systems suitable for child seats. Unlike traditional boat-style bench seats or plastic bucket seats, our vehicles feature actual car seats. An additional upper glass windshield and soft-top afford a 360-degree view, enhancing your adventure. With more legroom than any standard SUV, 21-inch wide seats, and a stadium seating configuration, we ensure ultimate comfort and visibility for every passenger.


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This was such an awesome unique experience. I’ve personally been around horses and ridden horses many times but to see them in the wild is definitely a new experience. My kids had a lot of fun on the hummer ride right on the beach. Loved our guide and his silly pirate jokes.

This was our first trip to to the Outer Banks and one of the few "experiences" we had planned. I was really looking forward to this and my husband was quite skeptical. By the end of the tour he was amazed and had a great time! We cannot say enough good things about our tour guide Stu. Very knowledgeable not only about the history of Corolla and the horses.

Really fun ride on the sandy beaches and lanes of this wild horse sanctuary. Stu rocks as a tour guide, being very knowledgeable and a great guy. We saw lots of horses and learned a lot. Highly recommend. It was early November so appreciated being layered.

This was our second time doing this tour with Richard and it was the highlight of our trip! He is such a great guide and we saw several groups of beautiful horses. He does a great job of explaining the laws that help keep the horses safe and is very passionate in his job! Can't wait to come back again.

Agree with all the other reviews. This tour is absolutely worth the extra money. Our tour guide was amazing and WORKED IT to find the horses for us on our tour. Thanks for the tip to bring a warm coat! Phenomenal tour.

Great tour! Nice and knowledgeable staff. Well worth the investment. We appreciated the fact that the owners and our guide were locals to the area. Our guide Stu really cared about the preservation and protection of the wildlife in Corolla. Highly recommend this company! Thank you for the anniversary experience!

Sit back and enjoy the exhilarating ride down a 4WD beach with the wind blowing through your hair and the surf by your side. Our guide Karen was great, her driving skills are amazing. She was very knowledgeable and entertaining. Although I did not see the picturesque bucking mustangs on the beach, this was an AWESOME tour. Definitely recommend!

Excellent tour for those who want to learn about the wild mustangs and see Corolla. Rode onto the beach, which was amazing and found tons of horses. Richard did an excellent job teaching us about the history of the horses and the local area. Would highly recommend this tour for the learning experience and seeing horses that come from 500 years ago.



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Nature lovers are truly spoiled for choice in Bar Harbor. Awe-inspiring  Acadia National Park  edges the town, and all kinds of nature, bird-watching and  boat tours  are offered. Two of the most popular things to do here are walking across the water,

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U.S. News Insider Tip: If you're planning a day in the park or want to maximize your exploration time, get a boxed lunch from Downeast Deli & Boxed Lunch Co . Order the night before and skip the lines the following morning to grab your food. – Hilary Nangle

A big reason visitors come to Bar Harbor in the first place is that the town is the gateway to Acadia National Park. The park wraps around Bar Harbor, and even some of its smaller offshore islands are part of the park. More than 30,000 of Acadia's nearly 50,000 acres of land are located on Mount Desert Island, where Bar Harbor also sits. The 27-mile Park Loop Road  takes in the best of Acadia on this island, including stunning coastline, enchanting forests and shimmering ponds and lakes.

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The best introduction to Bar Harbor and its beautiful scenery is the town's 1.4-mile (round-trip) Shore Path. The Shore Path isn't necessarily a hiking trail, but more a leisurely level pathway edging the harbor and Frenchman Bay. Start your journey at the beautiful Agamont Park, located right next to the town pier, where whale watching tours typically depart. Meander down and you'll bump into the Town Beach, a small shoreline perfect for those who want to quickly dip their toes in Maine's rich blue waters. Continue farther along and you'll be treated to beautiful views of Bar Island , Sheep Porcupine Island and Bald Porcupine Island, all part of Acadia National Park , as well as craggy coastline and forested landscapes. Along the way are benches and tide pools to explore and lovely Grant Park. There are also scattered signs that educate visitors on the history of the path (it's more than a century old). The Shore Path ends at Wayman Lane. You may either return the same way or walk just one block inland, and you'll hit the town's Main Street.

Recent travelers loved the Shore Path and highly recommend that everyone who visits Bar Harbor enjoy it, even more than once. Some found it peaceful, a few enjoyed peeking at mansions along the way, and many raved about the views. Others enjoyed sitting on the rocks and watching the lobster and sailboats.  

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U.S. News Insider Tip: Before or after a tour with Diver Ed, tour the College of the Atlantic's gardens . Nationally renowned garden designer Beatrix Farrand created her namesake garden, a series of rock-walled rooms, in 1928. Also worth viewing are Turrets Seaside Garden and the Sunken Garden. – Hilary Nangle

One of the best ways to take in the region is on the water. Bar Harbor offers a bevy of boat tour options that will cater to all kinds of interests.

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Downtown Bar Harbor Downtown Bar Harbor free

Considering Bar Harbor's small size, chances are you'll be hanging out in downtown Bar Harbor pretty often. And that certainly isn't a bad thing. Main Street and the thoroughfares surrounding it are downright charming thanks to the bevy of colorful, clapboard storefronts that house local restaurants and shops. Independent shops and galleries combined with the Bar Harbor's proximity to the water and the darling city parks that dot the area make for a romantic atmosphere. Start your tour of Bar Harbor at Agamont Park, where you can kick back and enjoy the views of Bar Island and Frenchman Bay.

Sure, you'll find plenty of T-shirt and trinket souvenir shops, but you'll also find some intriguing stores and excellent galleries. If you need to ramp up your outdoor activity apparel and gear, Cadillac Mountain Sports has you covered. Part store, part museum, the fun and funky Rock and Art Shop delivers on its name with natural-history-related merchandise and curiosities. Island Artisans shows a curated selection of Maine-made fine crafts. You'll find a huge selection of Acadia-related gifts, goodies, and souvenirs at the Acadia Shop .

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Bar Harbor Whale Watch Co. Bar Harbor Whale Watch Co.

In addition to a stunning setting, visitors to Bar Harbor also get a chance to behold the region's spectacular wildlife. Whales of all kinds can be found in the Gulf of Maine and are easily spotted on a whale watching cruise. The most popular tour operator is Bar Harbor Whale Watch Company .

Located downtown, Bar Harbor Whale Watch Company offers whale watching tours from late May until mid-October and a high accuracy rate in spotting marine life on any given day. Plus, the company's high-speed catamarans make it easy for the boat to catch up to whales that are spotted from a distance. Tours, which are approximately three to five hours long, typically head 30 to 50 miles offshore where whales are known to congregate. Tours depart at the northern end of the Shore Path adjacent to the Town Pier.

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Abbe Museum Abbe Museum

U.S. News Insider Tip : Pair touring the Abbe Museum with viewing 10 Tiffany stained-glass windows inside St. Saviour's Episcopal Church across the street. You can pick up a brochure in the back detailing these and 43 memorial windows created between 1886 and 1992. – Hilary Nangle

History lovers will enjoy a trip to the Abbe Museum, the first Smithsonian-affiliated organization in Maine. The Abbe Museum earns this distinction for its focus on the Wabanaki Nations, Maine's Native American population. Dr. Robert Abbe, an amateur archeologist and seasonal resident, founded the museum to protect the Wabanaki artifacts he found. He encouraged others with similar collections to come together to create a museum about Maine's Native Americans to help educate the public. Over time, more artifacts were excavated. The museum eventually grew to include ethnographic materials from the 17th to 20th centuries, contemporary works from the Wabanaki people and the country's largest Maine Indian basketry collection.

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Compass Harbor Compass Harbor free

On a peak summer day, when it seems the town and park are bursting at the seams, Compass Harbor awaits. This pocket-sized parcel of the park is an easy milelong walk southward along Main Street from downtown Bar Harbor. Since it's not well marked and has a small parking lot, most visitors skip this gem. George Dorr, considered the Father of Acadia, lived here on what was known as Old Farm. You can still see the ruins of his estate on the easy 0.8-mile, Compass Harbor Trail, which loops through forested site and edges a scenic stretch of shoreline fronting Frenchman Bay. You can follow spur trails to the waterfront. While exploring the cottage foundation, the stone steps leading to the water and what's left of what once was a saltwater pool, try to imagine what Dorr's estate must have looked like in its heyday.

Recent visitors enjoyed this easy hike, exploring the tide pools, clambering over rocks and taking in the shoreline views. They appreciated the site's seclusion as well as its history. Although there's some interpretive signage, previous visitors recommended watching park videos about Old Farm and downloading the informative app before coming here.

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Bar Island Bar Island free

Travelers and locals alike love this small island that's part of Acadia National Park . Although you can see it from the Town Pier end of the Shore Path , access is from West Street. And it's the access that makes it unique. At low tide, the water recedes far enough to expose the bay's floor, creating a temporary walkable pathway from Bar Harbor to Bar Island. 

If you happen to be around when the tide is out, know that time is limited. According to Acadia National Park, the half-mile-long sandbar is accessible from roughly 1.5 hours before to 1.5 hours after low tide, allowing three hours to explore the sandbar and island. Keep in mind that the sandbar terrain will vary depending on the time you go. Once you reach Bar Island, you'll find a gentle trail that gradually ascends to the top of the island's summit, which affords lovely views of Bar Harbor and the mountains that back it, including Cadillac Mountain . Including the sandbar, the hike totals 1.9 miles roundtrip. 

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La Rochelle Mansion and History Museum La Rochelle Mansion and History Museum

Delve into Bar Harbor's rich history and get a sense of what it was like to spend the summer in a seaside mansion during the Gilded Age. The Bar Harbor Historical Society's downtown museum, located in the West Street Historic District, fronts on Frenchman Bay. The views alone are reason enough to visit, but touring here provides answers to almost any question you have about the town and the island.

The 1903 mansion, called La Rochelle, was home to the Bowdoin family. It has 41 rooms, including 20 bedrooms and 10 full bathrooms. Some of those rooms are now house offices and the excellent gift shop, but many are open to the public and filled with intriguing exhibits. Rooms highlight different exhibits showcasing topics such as garden designer Beatrix Farrand, working lives of locals, children's entertainment, a map collection and rooms sharing the life of the Bowdoin family. Venture up to the third floor to see the minimalistic household staff's quarters. In addition, exhibits highlight and interpret Bar Harbor's history, from the Wabanaki Nations to the Great Fire and beyond.

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George B. Dorr Museum of Natural History George B. Dorr Museum of Natural History free

If you're interested in learning more about Maine wildlife, pencil in a visit to the George B. Dorr Museum of Natural History. Run by the College of the Atlantic, this little museum is dedicated to educating visitors about the creatures above and below Maine's waters. The museum is filled with dioramas that depict taxidermies of local wildlife in their natural habitats. You'll see Atlantic puffins, North American beavers constructing their environment and both foxes and great horned owls eyeing prey. The museum also houses touch tanks where visitors can get up close to marine life, such as sea stars, snails and hermit crabs, to name a few.

Recent visitors said this is an excellent place to take the kids. Those with little ones in tow said children were fascinated with the exhibits and loved interacting with the critters in the touch tanks. Adults were also impressed with the offerings, especially since it is a student-led museum. Travelers do remark that the museum is pretty small, so you don't need to reserve more than an hour or two to tour it.

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Down East Nature Tours Down East Nature Tours

Whether you don't know a robin from a red-winged blackbird or are an experienced ornithologist looking to add a new species to your life list, Registered Maine Guide Michael J. Good is your man. Good's two-hour Wetland Ecology tour is geared to families and delves into the flora and fauna residing in Three Pines Bird Sanctuary. The four-hour Discover the Native Birds of Mt. Desert Island and Down East Maine teaches beginners to recognize East Coast species, how to identify them by listening to their songs and to observe them in the wild. Among the birds often sighted are osprey, bald eagles, peregrine falcons, pileated woodpeckers, woodland warblers and shore birds. Personalized tours are available for those seeking to take their birding to the next level or aiming to find a specific species. Good supplies a spotting scope but advises bringing binoculars. Prices begin at $135, including transportation from your lodging; kids are half-price.

Recent travelers have called it a highlight and a must-do for birders or those desiring to learn more about local ecology. They found Good to be a knowledgeable, patient and excellent guide who could answer questions ranging from geology and history to animal, bird and plant life. They also appreciated that he personalizes the trip to guests' desires and preferences. Visit the company's website for more information and to book a tour.

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For decades, Ocean Outback Adventures has provided fun boat charters to the beautiful beaches, sights, and reefs of the remote southwest region of Providenciales. Join Captain Bill on Jammin’ , a spacious, comfortable, and stable catamaran.

The vessel is rated by the US Coast Guard as being safe for 40 passengers, but Captain Bill keeps the maximum number of guests at under 26, to ensure that the boat never feels crowded.

There’s no other boat quite like Jammin’ in Turks and Caicos. The family-friendly vessel offers a laid-back ambiance, a fully shaded deck and a roof deck, sanitized snorkel gear and flotation belts, and a slide, jumping board, and trampoline that make the boat a floating playground. Choose from public cruises or private charters.

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South-western Providenciales hides some spectacular attractions and scenic vistas. Tours visit reefs near the uninhabited Turtle Rock, and the incredible cove and beaches at Silly Cay near at the inlet to Chalk Sound. Explore the beautiful little beaches and interesting coastline at this secluded and hidden gem.

Ocean Outback Adventures also hosts sunset cruises. Watch an amazing show while enjoying refreshments and music.

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Experience travelling the Australian Outback in the safety and comfort of our own private aircraft. Your every need will be met by our experienced pilots. The aircraft we use are either the Cessna 208B Grand Caravan, ideal for ‘flight seeing’ with its high wings offering uninterrupted views of the landscape below or the Beechcraft Super King Air which is ideal for faster long range travel. Enjoy seeing Australia from an aerial perspective, with no security lines, boarding delays or crowded baggage carousels at airports. Maximum time spent in the air is two and a half hours per flight. Move fast with no time wasted. The aircraft seating configuration will be matched to the tour group size. There is a maximum of 10 passengers and two (2) crew on all flights.

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What you will see in a week on an Outback By Air tour may take up to a month or more in a car. Imagine flying over 10,000kms in 14 days seeing a large part of Australia, covering the Top End and Kakadu, the magnificent Kimberley and Uluru in the red centre. In the comfort of your private aircraft you can relax taking in the breath-taking landscapes before reaching your next exciting destination. Our all inclusive itineraries mean you can relax in the knowledge that everything is taken care of on your trip of a lifetime.


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Journey with us as we lead you to visit Australia's iconic destinations. Enjoy authentic experiences as we see the sights, sounds and magic of the Outback.

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Experienced local tour guides at our destinations will lead you through different experiences to enjoy the bush culture of the region. We have guides, acclaimed bush poets, award winning musicians, stockmen and station owners to pass on their wealth of knowledge to you.

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Outback By Air use luxury aircraft to transport you to incredible destinations in comfort. Experience a holiday like no other as you travel across the arid and vast landscape with views across the horizon. Our tours depart from Sydney - Bankstown Airport, allowing for a quick and easy departure and travel process as you begin your holiday journey to the Outback.

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Australia is renowned for its amazing food and we showcase what the Outback has to offer. Dining under the star-filled skies at Uluru, enjoying a traditional stockman’s camp fire dinner on the banks of a Billabong, to fine dining under an enchanted fig tree on Kangaroo Island - you will enjoy unwinding with fellow guests, reflecting on your adventures.

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Phil has a 30 year career in aviation, from flying tourists in helicopters in The Kimberley and charter flight work throughout the country. During Phil's years competing in the annual "Outback Air Race" which raises funds for the Royal Flying Doctor Service, he developed the idea of showcasing the country’s best assets to like-minded travellers. “There are so many people wanting to see the amazing inland regions but are limited by time. We can make it happen,” Phil said. As an Australian owned & operated business the team at Outback by Air look forward to taking you to some of the most iconic destinations, providing a wonderful mix of history, beauty, mateship and culture.

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Former international cricketer and McGrath Foundation co-founder and president, Glenn McGrath is born and bred in country NSW and has always had a passion for the Australian Outback. By joining the team at Outback by Air Safari, Glenn can combine his passion for flying and travel throughout the Australian Outback. He believes the iconic destinations we offer on our trips should be on everyone’s bucket list.


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Our guesthouse contains twelve rooms between two buildings. The first is a traditional wooden Lao house with five rooms that also houses the bar and restaurant. The building next door has seven rooms with adjoining access to the restaurant and its own entrance and security. All rooms have their own bathrooms, hot water and are air-conditioned for the comfort of our guests.

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Luang Prabang offers a range of attractions for all interests and desires. Within the city there are temples, the Royal Palace, the botanical gardens, the butterfly park and the morning and night markets. A day spent exploring nature at the Pak Ou caves, Tad Sae and Kuang Si waterfalls or on a Mekong River cruise will open your eyes to the wonders of Northern Laos.

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Throughout Laos there are many interesting and spectacular locations that will give you a better understanding of this wonderful country. Remote villages inhabited by a variety of ethnic groups showcasing their cultural heritage and handicrafts. Ancient heritage listed wonders at the Plain of Jars (Xiengkhouan), That Luang (Vientiane) and Wat Phu (Champassak) Recent historical sites and infrastructure at Long Tien and Sam Neua from the American war that waged from 1954 to 1975 and left millions of unexploded ordinance (UXO) scattered across the country. A huge range of amazing mountains, rivers, forests and landscapes throughout the country


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Broome astronomer, tour guide and TV star Greg Quicke, known as 'Space Gandalf', dies aged 62

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West Australian astronomer, TV star and tour guide Greg Quicke has died at the age of 62.

A legend in Broome, 2,000km north of Perth, Quicke — also known as "Space Gandalf" for his distinctive white beard — introduced generations of visitors and locals to the wonders of the universe through his "astro tours" from the Kimberley town.

He later rose to national and international prominence on the ABC and BBC Stargazing Live specials, appearing alongside Professor Brian Cox.

He was diagnosed with cancer in 2023.

In a statement, his family said he was "survived by a legion of people whose lives he touched". 

"He brought the universe to us all and translated it into a language we all understood," the statement read.

"He was watched by millions of people around the globe and carried out his life work with inspirational spirit and freedom."

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His enthusiasm for the stars and philosophy took hold as a young man working in the Kimberley.

"You think about astronomy and often it's presented as stuff that's out there," the self-taught astronomer explained to ABC Radio in 2017.

"But my take on it is that we're on a planet. We're moving through space. 

"These are things I can take out of your head and I can put them at your feet."

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Born in 1961, he grew up surrounded by tall trees in the mill towns of South West WA, where his father was a forester. 

He recalled a free and nature-based childhood.

"Magnificently tall trees that I spent a lot of my childhood underneath or at the top of," he told Richard Fidler's Conversations in 2018.

"We loved the windy days because you'd get up top and it'd be swaying six feet from side to side and we loved a bit of adventure," he said.

"We'd climb out onto some of the branches about 150 feet up and hang upside down by our legs and bounce up and down."

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The Kimberley was calling

But he soon fell in love with coastal Broome, arriving on a motorbike in 1982 after dropping out of a marine biology degree in Queensland.

Quicke then became a pearl diver and mechanic.

His interest in stars took hold after he observed the Kimberley's big tides and spent plenty of time in a swag gazing at the night sky.

As he shared his new passion with friends, they suggested he run tours showing others the beauty and wonder of the universe.

"I started talking about the stars, about what I'd noticed about how we're moving amongst them ... and they told me to keep talking," he said.

After handing out a few flyers advertising an astronomy tour in 1995, he was soon running events seven nights a week in Broome.

An estimated 100,000 plus people have listened in awe, over 28 years, to his softly spoken explanations about the night sky.

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Captured by Broome's spirit

Quicke regularly featured in Broome's annual Shinju Matsuri, carrying the head of Sammy the Dragon, a 30-metre parade dragon through the streets.

"The spirit of the place is just amazing," he said of Broome, declaring it one of the country's most beautiful places.

"There's something unique about the place," he told UK Comedian Bill Bailey while the two star gazed together in 2023.

"Everything here seems bigger, the colours are bigger, the tides are bigger, the barramundi are bigger too.

"It's almost like our hearts have an opportunity to be bigger here as well."

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Rise of Space Gandalf's star

But it was his appearances on the ABC and BBC which saw him gain international acclaim.

His distinctive flowing white beard, big hat and philosophical approach quickly led fans around the world to dub him #SpaceGandalf. 

The author and TV presenter stayed grounded however; surfing whenever Broome's famous Cable Beach could push up a swell, or riding a motorbike on the open road.

He was exhilarated to experience the total solar eclipse in Exmouth on an island in April 2023.

"This day has been huge ... My body spent, my heart full, I crash into a deep eclipse fuelled communion with the other worlds," he wrote to his 12,000 Facebook followers.

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Bill Bailey, visiting Broome for the first time as part of his Wild West Australia ABCTV series, asked him if he had "found his niche in the world" by sharing the galaxy with others.

"It brings me a lot of joy," Quicke agreed.

"Everyone thinks it's all about stars but it's not — it's about people."

"Standing alongside someone who sees Saturn's rings for the first time it's like, wow! I could do that forever!"

Quicke is survived by his parents, a sister and an adult daughter.

His family has asked that their "sacred time be respected".

A memorial service will be held in Broome at a date to be announced.

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Come with me as we tour one of our main Public Health Facilities in Columbus OH!

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We then gathered at  Dr Teresa C Long Auditorium located on the second floor of the facility and were greeted by Beth ransopher and Courtney  Daniels and were handed out folders containing information packets about some of the resources that  the facility has to offer.

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Opening up the presentation was Beth Ransopher who is the workforce development manager and she talked to us about her role at Columbus Public Health.  She then introduced us to Courntey Daniels who is the quality assurance nurse at the facility ensuring that staff is following all the policies and procedures in place to ensure that they are giving their patients that best quality care possible. She also explained her journey as a nurse and how she started off as a Pediatric Nurse then went back to school to get her Masters in Education and Leadership which then led her to  Quality Assurance which I found very interesting. It really opened my eyes to the various pathways nurses can go into outside of the bedside.

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We all then took a 15 minute break and grabbed some snacks from the vending machines and we refilled our water bottle. Courtney than took us on a facility tour allowing us to explore the various clinics and talk to some of the staff and we got to ask questions. Our first stop was the Sexual Health and Wellness Center and we were greeted by one of the staff. She talked to us about the various comprehensive sexual services including STI testing and treatment, partner therapy, and education and even services for young teens as well. What I found very interesting was how teens are allowed to get care here without their parents. CPH has a couple of hours during the day where it is strictly blocked off just for teens. This allows teens to feel more comfortable reaching out and obtaining care without having to feel uncomfortable.

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We then shifted over to the Women’s Health and Wellness center and got to learn about what they have to offer and got to see some exam rooms. They offer annual examples, birth control , screening, pregnancy tests and many more! This is amazing especially for people who do not have a primary care doctor or even for those who can afford to pay out of pocket. The Columbus Public Health does not turn ANYONE away and they really strive to care for the people of Columbus.

One of the main focuses of Sustainable goal 5 of the  United Nations is Gender Equality and are working to ensure universal access to sexual and reproductive health and reproductive rights as agreed in accordance with the Programme of Action of the International Conference on Population and Development and the Beijing Platform for Action and the outcome documents of their review conferences. This clinic  is funded through city, state, and federal grants which helps them provide care to our community.

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Concluding our Tour we got to enter the Tuberculosis Clinic and got an in depth presentation about Tuberculosis and how it is impacting our community. She explained the different between people Latent vs Active and how that can impact them Later on in life. She also talked about contact tracing and how important it is and how important it is to locate the source. Which I found really cool was how the room was a negative pressure room making the pressure in the room lower inside then outside which I found very cool.

After concluding our tour we went back to the auditorium and worked on an Applied Health interactive case study with some of their staff trying to locate the source of an ill person getting E. Coli. We broke up into groups and were given the role of a Mom and nurse and we worked on trying to pinpoint what led to the child getting sick.

After our exercise, Beth and Courntey conclude the presentation and thanked us for coming. I really learned a lot and never been here even though I grew up in Columbus but was never able to get the opportunity to go inside.  I appreciate how our instructors took the time to coordinate this and now  that I know about the various resources available , I will keep this in mind as I transition  from nursing student to working as a nurse!!!

What an amazing, eventful day! Very Excited for the future.

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1st public tours of Michigan Central Station: 'Spectacular,' 'off the charts,' 'so cool'

Tours draw thousands of visitors.

Like pilgrims in a cathedral, thousands of visitors from metro Detroit and beyond trekked to the Michigan Central Station on Friday to marvel at the restored beauty of the longtime eyesore.

They took in every detail from the polished floors to the majestic ceilings to the craftsmanship that went into the original clock. The mood was festive as people moved through the building. Dramatic music played in a loop ending with a voice telling them that trains were pulling into the station.

"You see the work they did out here: They re-created everything the right way,” said Tom Toft, as he waited outside for his tour to begin. "It's spectacular."

Toft toured with his wife, Renee, and her cousin, Sylvia Ross-Schultz and her husband, Tom Schultz. The families had relatives who worked in the building back in the day.

“We’re so glad to see it getting so much better, and it's beautiful. … It’s just in my heart, it’s been the neatest thing,” said Ross-Schultz. “It’s another crown jewel in the renovation of Detroit.”

Her husband agreed.

“I made the statement, and I was wrong, that (the comeback) would never happen in my lifetime,” said Schultz. “The rebirth is off the charts.”

'People are coming in here awestruck'

By midafternoon, about 1,800 people had toured the building and that number was expected to grow to about 5,000 by the time the tours ended at 10 p.m., Michigan Central spokesman Dan Austin said.

Paul Wilson, 42, of Detroit, said he’s just thought of the station as a ruin his whole life — until now.

“It’s so cool how they refurbished everything and still kept a whole lot of the building intact,” Wilson said.

John Martin is a new Michigan Central ambassador after an advertising career and a couple years working part-time gigs. He snagged the job just in time for the station's reopening and Friday was just his second day of work.

Martin grew up in Lincoln Park, later worked in downtown and spent most of his life watching the city up close. He toured Michigan Central’s open house back in 2018 after it was acquired by Ford and has since been stunned by Detroit’s numerous and gorgeous renovations.

On Friday, Martin stood at the doors of the Grand Hall, greeting people as they entered with smiles widening and eyes lighting up at their first sight of the hall.

“People are coming in here awestruck, they’re not complaining,” he said.

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Christina Roki, of Sterling Heights, and Grant Sloan, of West Bloomfield, are two automotive content creators who were invited to opening day by Ford. They said they were brought to tears by the stories preserved inside Michigan Central Station.

“What we appreciate about it most is how much detail Ford cared to preserve to show the story. They kept part of the graffiti on the walls , they preserved a lot of the tickets they found. … Even the brick, all the chisels we see on the brick, they didn’t try to make fine cut lines, they still want to show all the history that this building has,” said Roki.

As they walked from room to room, they remained at a loss for words.

“The inside was literally mind-blowing. I feel like I was walking in on such a big piece of history that’s been preserved for so long, so it’s crazy to think that this is something they’ve been working on in the past few years,” said Roki.

But the pair said one of the most significant parts was just to see how Michigan Central had been given new life, narrowly dodging demolition. Sloan remembered times passing the station with friends just before the renovation began. He saw graffiti and decay. Now, to see the modern history meshed with its historical past was an awesome experience.

“Any Detroiter will agree that this building was such an eyesore for such a long time. Growing up in Detroit and knowing its history but never seeing it operational. … But now seeing it up in running, it’s really touching to see that Ford took on such a large project,” said Sloan. “It’s early but I think it’s safe to say that the investment already paid off.”

'Not enough wonderful words to describe it'

Bob and Shari Bilkie, of Northville, have deep family ties to Detroit. They often went on dates downtown before marrying almost 41 years ago.

On Friday, they walked the side streets surrounding Michigan Central Station as they waited for the public tours to begin at noon. They parked at 10 a.m. and took in the sights of the Corktown neighborhood on the cool, cloudy day.

“It is so cool, the fact that they took something decrepit, falling apart, an eyesore and turned it into something absolutely beautiful,” Shari Bilkie said.

Southwest Detroit resident Jennifer Serra set an alarm in hopes of scoring tickets to see the train station on its first day of public tours. 

“There's just not enough wonderful words to describe it,” Serra, 45, said after taking the tour. 

Her only problem? She had somewhere else to be Friday afternoon and wanted to spend more time in the station. She has already made plans to come back for another tour in a few days. 

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“I feel like it's like a symbolic representation of what goes on in our city,” she said of Michigan Central Station. “I feel like there's just these landmarks in certain cities … that just really kind of embody the overall history of what's going on. I feel like this helps us bring a little bit of closure to some tough times and shows renewal.”

People's excitement was obvious, even before they got inside.

NPR reporter Bobby Allyn, 35, walked quickly toward Michigan Central Station as he prepared to interview President Joe Biden’s director of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, Arati Prabhakar, at Newlab, which is next door to the station.

He said he was super excited to be in Detroit, having heard so much about the city when he lived in Berlin.

“Berliners are obsessed with Detroit because of techno music,” Allyn said. “It’s the birthplace of techno. Look up Jeff Mills, of Detroit, and techno. You’ll see. When you go to Club Berghain in Berlin, it’s impossible to get in but if you wear a hat that says, ‘Detroit,’ they let you in.”

Allyn, a technology correspondent, reports on startups, artificial intelligence, privacy issues and tech litigation. While he was directed to the neighboring building, the whole site is part of the mobility hub led by Ford Motor Co. Allyn said he couldn’t wait to see the inside of the restored train depot after the interview.

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Authentic dive bars, not merely the spaces that have adopted the aesthetic — those pretenders are filled with vintage neon signs and serve marked-up cans of domestic beer — are plentiful in Chicago. There’s a dedicated cohort of independent tavern owners who take pride in keeping these shot and beer spots alive.

On the other hand, the city’s cocktail bars have been dominated by larger hospitality groups. While customers can see semblances of DIY culture in many of those bars, some can be more glitz than substance. In recent times, Chicago’s bar scene has experienced a revolution, with taverns like Lemon and West Town and Moonflower in Portage Park showing drinkers that not all independents need to have sticky floors like a dive.

A case in point is Truce , an intimate drinking den that debuted before Memorial Day at 1935 N. Damen Avenue in Bucktown. The opening was pushed back a few times , but the final product is worth it. Stepping into the narrow space along Damen Avenue visitors will find a unique warmth rarely seen at a bar open for only a few weeks. The staff is friendly, the menu offers many options without feeling like a dense atlas, and nothing feels out of place — including the customers; there’s a welcoming and accepting vibe.

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Two couples run and own the spot: David Mor and Matthew Hunnel, plus Rami Ezzat and Sarah Kmiec. Their hospitality experience runs the gamut, including from Robert et Fils , Bavette’s, and Cindy’s.

Mor is behind the drink list. He’s associated with Zubair Mohajir, the chef behind the casual Lilac Tiger and the Indian tasting menu restaurant the Coach House, both in Wicker Park. Mor is also a partner in Mohajir’s upcoming Mexican-Indian restaurant, Mirra — opening this summer around the corner from Truce. He’s using Mohajir’s masala chai recipe in his triple chai daiquiri, a viscous concoction made with Mount Gay rum. Mor put serious thought to the fancy drinks on the menu, but his bartenders quietly suggest more folks drink the simple strawberry vermouth and sparkling water. Truce celebrates various cocktail cultures, including Chicago’s. That explains a shot — RBF, which is made with cacao, Aperol, lemon, and Jeppson’s Malört. For folks who stay away from the famously bitter spirit, RBF does the unthinkable — it delivers a bright and sweet flavor while retaining a hint of that famously bitter flavor. Making Malört would strip the spirit of its essence,

Truce is also open in the mornings with coffee from Valparaiso, Indiana-based Yaggy Road Roasting Company. It’s the base for several “latte-like” drinks, which are also available later in the day for folks who don’t want to drink alcohol. There are small bites like bagels and overnight oats, too.

Walk through the space below. Truce is now open.

Truce , 1935 N. Damen Avenue, open 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily, and 5 p.m. to 1 a.m. from Thursday to Monday

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