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Top 10 for 2013: Australasia

Australasia is home to epic mountain scenery, cool pop-up bars, world-class museums and some of the most stunning beach ranges known to man. From Samoan lava fields to crocodile cage-diving in Darwin, wine tasting in Napier and edgy modern art in the Tasmanian capital of Hobart, here's ten experiences to tick off your hotlist if you’re heading Down Under and around in 2013.

Words: David Whitley

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