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Kangarrific Tours

By Appointment, Sydney, NSW, 2000

Kangarrific Tours is Sydney?s newest, freshest and most exciting tour operator that brings many years of tour management experience from all over the world.

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Lotus Holidays Pty Ltd

Suite 1004, Level 10, 250 Pitt St, Sydney, NSW, 2000

Halong in Vietnam, Angkor Wat in Cambodia, Laos, Death Railway in Thailand and Great Wall in China

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Laperouse Museum

Botany National Park, Anzac Pde, La Perouse, NSW, 2036

In July, 1984, a group of Australian and French residents formed the Laperouse Association for the Australian Bicentenary with the aim of establishing a museum in memory of Laperouse, on the very site where his expedition had arrived to witness the first six weeks of British settlement in Australia. The Cable Station at La Perouse in the Botany Bay National Park was chosen to house the museum. The museum commemorates the achievements of Laperouse and other French navigators in the Pacific, and records their significant role in the exploration of the Australian coastline. Officially opened by the Hon. R.J. Carr, M.P., Minister for Environment and Planning, on the 23rd February, 1988, the museum was present to the New South Wales Government, in the name of the Laperouse Association, by the French minister Mr Andre Giraud, as President of the Comite Francais pour le Bicentenaire de l’Australie. In keeping with the spirit of cooperation required to create it, this museum also seeks to perpetuate and further strengthen the long-lasting ties between Australia and France.

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laura

03 Sep 2015

Definitely worth a visit if you're in the area. It's quite small but has a great display of the hist...
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Laperouse Museum

Botany National Park, Anzac Pde, La Perouse, NSW
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michelle

30 Mar 2011

We really had a great time with our tour operator. He gave us a personalized tour and added extra tr...
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Kangarrific Tours

By Appointment, Sydney, NSW
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Brian

14 Jan 2011

Great service! We actually visited more places than initially planned because we were in a small gro...
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Kangarrific Tours

By Appointment, Sydney, NSW
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Dennis

03 Jan 2011

Travelled 3 times with Lotus Holidays and cannot say enough about the tours as they are fantastic. ...
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Lotus Holidays Pty Ltd

Suite 1004, Level 10, 250 Pitt St, Sydney, NSW
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