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Melbourne’s year-round balmy climate makes it a favourable destination all year round. This southern Australian city boasts a climate that locals often refer...

Weather

Melbourne’s year-round balmy climate makes it a favourable destination all year round. This southern Australian city boasts a climate that locals often refer to as “four seasons in one day”. Towards the end...

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CityLink

CityLink

CityLink is Melbourne’s network of freeways that spans a distance of approximately 22kms. The tollways consist of the North end (Citilink) which includes the Tullamarine Freeway, West Gate Freeway & Calder Freeway...

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Melbourne Airport

Melbourne Airport

Melbourne is connected to countless domestic and international destinations by two main airports. The much larger airport is located at Tullamarine; located only 20kms from the Melbourne city CBD. There are a variety of...

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Myki

Myki is the Melbourne public transport ticketing system that uses a reusable smart card which can be retained and cash is loaded onto the card to pay for travel. The Myki system requires travellers to which you can load...

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VLine

Melbourne has two types of trains – the Metropolitan system (Metro) which services the city and inner suburbs and the VLine country trains which connect the outer suburbs to the city. VLine Services going to Geelong...

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Chadstone

Chadstone

Give your credit card a workout at the Chadstone Shopping Centre. Whether you love to shop at high-end stores or something a little more budget friendly, you’ll find everything right here. For the ultimate...

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Spirit of Tasmania

The Spirit of Tasmania is a large passenger and car ferry that travels between Melbourne and Devenport, Tasmania. The journey between the two locations takes between 9-11 hours and there are typically 2 trips per day...

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Highpoint

Highpoint

If you’re looking for a one-stop shopping destination in Melbourne, Highpoint Shopping Centre is the place to go. This major shopping centre is located in Maribyrnong in the city’s western suburbs –...

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Cinema Nova

Cinema Nova is an independent art-house movie theatre located in the trendy residential suburb of Coburg, just 5kms from the Melbourne CBD. Showing many award winning and lesser known art-house films since 1992, Cinema...

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Albert Park

Melbourne Time

Melbourne is located on the south-eastern coast of Australia in Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST) and has a GMT of +10. In the summer time, sunrise is typically between 6.30-7am and sunset is between 8-8.30pm. In...

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Tramcar Restaurant

Tramcar Restaurant

South Melbourne, VIC

Tramcar Restaurant offers a vast selection of entrée, appetizer, drinks and desserts to select from. The restaurant offers a seasonally selected menu for guests like you to choose from.

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DFO South Wharf

Melbourne’s well-known shopping centres also include a variety of discount shopping outlets. If you’re sick of paying full retail prices and looking for a bargain, then plan a visit the DFO located in South Wharf...

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Eastland

Eastland

While in Melbourne, plan a day out at the Eastland Shopping Centre. This is the ultimate destination for fashion shopping, dining and entertainment. Bring your friends and family to Eastland for a fun-filled and...

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Etihad Stadium

Etihad Stadium is a major venue for many international & national sporting and entertainment events in Melbourne; boasting seating capacity of more than 50,000 people. Therefore, it’s no surprise that...

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Queen Victoria Market

Melbourne, VIC

The Queen Victoria Market (QVM, or Vic Market as the locals call it) has been an essential part of Melbourne for over 100 years and was established back in 1878. Shoppers will be delighted to know that this market is...

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Federation Square

Melbourne, VIC

Federation Square is Melbourne’s most happening place for fine dining, events and exciting bars. At this renowned venue, you’ll find some of the city’s most diverse galleries, restaurants and cafes. This unique...

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DFO Essendon

Melbourne’s well-known shopping centres also include a variety of discount shopping outlets. If you’re sick of paying full retail prices and looking for a bargain, then plan a visit to DFO Essendon. DFO is a great spot...

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MCG

Richmond, VIC

Australia is home to one of the world’s best cricket grounds, The Melbourne Cricket Ground – known to the locals as the MCG). The MCG is located in Richmond, just 3 kilometres from the CBD and is the most popular...

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Crown Casino


Southbank, VIC

If gambling and nightlife excites you, then come to the Crown Casino and Entertainment Complex in Melbourne. This huge gaming and entertainment arena is Melbourne’s primary gaming destination. The large casino and...

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Southland

Southland

Owned by the Westfield Group, Southland is exquisite, upscale, and diverse. This famous shopping hub offers a super regional retail complex, clothing store options, departmental stores, homeware shops and fashion stores.

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Mordialloc Beach

Mordialloc Beach is fondly referred to as Mordi Beach and is a popular place for visitors and locals who are looking for a place to swim or take a relaxing walk. Mordialloc Beach is also popular for families as there is...

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DFO Moorabbin

Melbourne’s well-known shopping centres also include a variety of discount shopping outlets. If you’re sick of paying full retail prices and looking for a bargain, then plan a visit to DFO Moorabbin. DFO is a great spot...

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Northland

Northland

Melbourne’s vibrant shopping scene also includes the famous Northland Shopping Centre, which is nestled just outside of the city’s periphery.

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Airport Bus

Skybus

The city of Melbourne is served by a number of public transport systems, however there is no train currently linking Melbourne Airport to the CBD. However, the airport does have a bus transfer service that runs directly...

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Watergardens

If you’re looking for a one-stop shopping destination in the northern suburbs of Melbourne, then Watergardens is the place to go. This major shopping centre is located in Taylors Lakes, just 20 minutes from the...

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Westfield Doncaster

If you’re looking for a one-stop shopping destination in the north-east of Melbourne, Westfield Doncaster is the place to go. This major shopping centre is located in the residential suburb of Doncaster, just 20...

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Bourke Street, Melbourne

Melbourne’s bustling city centre is home to many vibrant streets and laneways. One of them is the famous Bourke Street and its mall; best known for its lively shopping, restaurants and pubs. Locals often name this...

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Brighton Beach

Brighton Beach is located in Brighton, a leafy beach-side suburb nestled 11kms south-east of Melbourne’s CBD. An affluent suburb, Brighton has some of the most expensive residential properties in Melbourne. The...

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Epping Plaza

If you’re looking for a one-stop shopping destination in the northern suburbs of Melbourne, Epping Plaza is the place to go. This major shopping centre is located in Epping, just 20 minutes from the Melbourne CBD, and...

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Draculas

Carlton, VIC

Dining at a cabaret restaurant is truly an amazing experience. If you’re interested in taking your loved one or a group a unique dining experience in Melbourne, then come to the Draculas! This themed dining venue...

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IMAX Melbourne

Carlton South, VIC

IMAX theatres are commonly found all over the world, however, Melbourne’s is certainly something new and unique. This impressive theatre houses one of the world’s biggest screens, state-of-the-art sound and a...

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Melbourne Map

Travelling across any nation requires a handy guide, and in the case of Australia, there is no better accompaniment than a Map of the Melbourne suburbs. 2017 Mebourne Train Maps, CBD, Suburbs & Surrounding Areas...

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Southern Cross Station

Melbourne, VIC

Melbourne is served by many different forms of public transport; including buses, trams, taxis and trains. However, the railway system is the most convenient and popular mode of transportation in the city. The city...

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Rod Laver Arena

Rod Laver Arena is a famous tennis stadium in Melbourne and serves as the main venue for the world famous Australian Open. The venue was purpose built for tennis, as the previous stadium was no longer suitable to...

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AAMI Park

AAMI Park is one of Melbourne’s top sporting venues and is home to many exciting sporting events. There are many local sports teams which call AAMI Park home; including the Melbourne Rebels, Melbourne Storm and...

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Adventure Park Geelong

Adventure Park Geelong

Wallington, VIC
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Located just 50kms south-west of Melbourne, Adventure Park Geelong is the biggest theme park in Victoria. The park has numerous rides and attractions, making it ideal locations for visitors to spend a hot summers day...

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Avalon Airport

Avalon Airport

Avalon Airport is the second major airport that services Melbourne. The airport is located in the city of Avalon – just 50 km south-west from Melbourne. If you are driving from the CBD, then it will take you...

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car rental

Car Rental

Visitors often find it convenient to rent a car to explore Melbourne and its many tourist attractions. Hiring a car also helps you get around easier around surrounding suburbs where public transport isn’t that...

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Melbourne Town Hall

Melbourne, VIC

The famous Melbourne Town Hall is a popular venue that has been serving patrons for over 135 years now. Many Melbournians claim that the City Town Hall is the prime host to the city’s most celebrated events. Therefore...

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Margaret Court Arena

Margaret Court Arena is a large tennis court located in Melbourne Park near the CBD and is one of the host venues of the famous Australian Open. Originally known as ‘Show Court One’, the arena opened its doors in 1988...

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Melbourne Trains

There are two types of Melbourne trains – the Metropolitan system (Metro) which services the city and inner suburbs and the VLine country trains which connect the outer suburbs to the city. The Metro train ticketing...

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Caribbean Gardens

Caribbean Gardens and Market

Scoresby, VIC

Melbourne’s metro setting also features some excellent shopping centres, local markets and esplanades. Caribbean Gardens has been a prime market and entertainment venue since 1965. Whether you love shopping or just want...

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Regent Theatre

Regent Theatre

Regent Theatre has been a part of Melbourne’s rich heritage since early last century. Back in 1929, this theatre first opened as an impressive palace – However, the fate of the Regent Theatre had much turmoil to...

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Chapel Street, South Yarra

Chapel Street, South Yarra

Melbourne’s Chapel Street is a one-stop destination for shopping, nightlife and dining. The street offers an exhilarating mix of dining choices; including many regional and international cuisines. Chapel Street is also...

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Dandenong Plaza

If you’re looking for a one-stop shopping destination in the south-east of Melbourne, Dandenong Plaza is the place to go. This major shopping centre is located in Dandenong, 35 minutes from the Melbourne CBD, and...

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Lygon Street, Carlton

Lygon Street is another food lover’s paradise in Melbourne. While Little Bourke Street offers Chinese and Asian food options, Lygon Street’s pulsating restaurant scene is predominantly Italian. This vibrant street is...

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Melbourne Theatre Company

Melbourne Theatre Company

The Melbourne Theatre Company is one of the oldest professional theatre companies in the city. The company was founded back in 1953 and originally was a part of the University of Melbourne. Later, it became a semi...

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Princess Theatre

Melbourne’s Princess Theatre is not just an old theatre with extraordinary facilities – this grand theatre also has a magnificent history.  This century-old theatre hosts some of the best and hottest shows in...

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Westfield Knox

If you’re looking for a one-stop shopping destination in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne, Westfield Knox is the place to go. This major shopping centre is located in Wantirna South, just 35 minutes from...

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Westfield Fountain Gate

Westfield Fountain Gate

Westfield Fountain Gate is one of the leading shopping centres in Melbourne. Managed by the Westfield Group, Fountain Gate has hundreds of retail shops, fashion stores and branded boutiques. Westfield Fountain Gate also...

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Melbourne Central

Melbourne, VIC

Melbourne’s shopping scene offers an eclectic range of options; including high-end shopping malls, flea markets, local shopping centres and factory outlets. Melbourne Central is among the city’s most popular upscale...

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Broadmeadows Shopping Centre

The Broadmeadows Shopping Centre is a premier shopping centre located in one of Melbourne’s fastest growing residential suburbs, Broadmeadows. The centre was first opened in 1974, and has since undergone numerous...

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Festival Hall

Festival Hall

Festival Hall is one of Melbourne’s original entertainment venues. For many years, this venue has been home to many concerts, shows and live performances. Festival Hall’s unique and versatile layout makes it a...

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Greensborough Plaza

If you’re looking for a one-stop shopping destination in the northern suburbs of Melbourne, then Greensborough Plaza is the place to go. This major shopping centre is located in Greensborough, just 40 minutes from...

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Hamer Hall

Hamer Hall is part of the Melbourne’s popular Arts Centre precinct and the main concert venue of the Arts Centre. Hamer Hall is the prime location for many major symphonies, plays, live concerts, operas and ballets...

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Hisense Arena

Due to the growing demand of concert halls and sporting stadiums in Melbourne, a number of new venues have been created close to the Melbourne CBD. Back in 2000, Hisense Arena was constructed to fulfil the growing need...

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Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre

Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre

While in Melbourne, stop by the award-winning Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre for an event. This is the city’s largest and most popular convention centre. Those interested in exploring the award-winning venue...

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Melbourne Recital Centre

Melbourne Recital Centre

The Melbourne Recital Centre is one of the best concert venues in Melbourne. This unique establishment is not only known for its renowned architecture and sculptures, but also for its wide array of musical performances...

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Melbourne Showgrounds

Melbourne Showgrounds

The Melbourne Showgrounds is another popular event venue in Melbourne that offers huge outdoor and indoor spaces for a variety of events and functions. This site is Melbourne’s largest event venue and within the...

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Melbourne Trams

Melbourne has a very convenient tram system that runs within the central business district and surrounding suburbs. Within the CBD, there are also “Free Tram Zones” where you can travel for free within certain precincts...

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St Kilda Beach

St. Kilda, VIC

Melbourne’s most famous St Kilda beach is just a number of kilometres from the city. Those driving from the CBD will just have to drive a short 6km to reach this expansive sandy beach; offers a vibrant promenade and...

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Abbotsford Convent

Abbotsford Convent

Abbotsford, VIC

The Abbotsford Convent is an exciting destination for anyone looking for a beautiful wedding location, or just somewhere to explore on a relaxing weekend getaway. Set on an expansive 16 acres, the Abbotsford Convent...

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Astor Theatre

Astor Theatre

St. Kilda, VIC

The Astor Theatre is movie lover’s paradise, offers something unique for all locals and visitors of Melbourne. From the theatre’s unique architecture to its projection rooms, you will love the Astor Theatre. No...

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Flinders Street Station

Melbourne, VIC

Flinders Street Station is one of Melbourne’s most famous cultural icons. As the transport hub of Melbourne, Flinders Street Station is a popular meeting place and a convenient launching place for visitors coming to...

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The Glen

The Glen is a shopping centre located in the suburb of Glen Waverley, approximately 25 kilometres south east of Melbourne. The centre offers the very best in clothing, shoes, accessories and homeware stores. The Glen is...

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Caulfield Racecourse

Caulfield Racecourse

Many locals and visitors come to the Caulfield Racecourse to enjoy live horseracing; located south-east of the Melbourne CBD. Those driving to the venue will be happy to know that the racecourse is just 8kms from the...

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Harbour Town

Harbour Town

Docklands, VIC

Dockland’s Harbour Town Shopping Centre is one of the city’s major shopping areas. This waterfront shopping promenade is home to major fashion outlets, sporting good stores and specialty shops; featuring over 180 outlet...

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Albert Park

Albert Park

Melbourne’s pulsating Central Business District is also close by to a tranquil public park known as ‘Albert Park’ – nestled only 3km from the heart of the city. The 225 hectares of lush parkland offers...

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Arts Centre

Melbourne, VIC

Melbourne’s rich cultural scene includes an vast mix of museums, art galleries, exhibition halls and theatres. As you explore this exciting city, you’ll be able to discover Melbourne’s vibrant and dynamic culture...

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Malthouse Theatre

Malthouse Theatre

The Malthouse Theatre is one of the oldest theatres and heritage listed sites in Melbourne. In the past, this popular building was once a famous theatre company, with a number of talented groups performing here. Today...

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Sidney Myer Music Bowl

Melbourne’s pulsating city life offers an array of enjoyable recreational activities for guests of all ages. Choices range from theatres to cinemas, outdoor performances to live music shows. If your idea of...

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Royal Exhibition Building

Carlton, VIC

Come and explore the nationally acclaimed, heritage-listed Royal Exhibition Building in Melbourne’s inner-north. This building dates back to 1880 and was built exclusively for the first International Exhibition in...

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Altona Beach

Altona Beach is one of Melbourne’s most pristine beach areas and has visitors flocking to its shores to enjoy recreational activities all year round. Since it is also the largest beach in the city’s western suburbs, it...

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Athenaeum Theatre

Athenaeum Theatre

Melbourne’s vibrant cultural scene includes an array of art galleries, theatres and museums. Indeed, this urban city offers a range of intriguing historical sites and venues for all cultural and history buffs to explore...

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Bayside Shopping Centre

Bayside Shopping Centre is a shopping complex located in Frankston, and is home to over many staple stores as well as over 200 specialty stores. Bayside Shopping Centre is a popular spot for locals to do their shopping...

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Southbank

Melbourne, VIC

Southbank’s affluent and exciting setting offers ample shopping, dining and entertainment choices for visitors; boasting some of the best restaurants in the city. A foodie’s favourite and the ultimate dining...

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Calder Park Raceway

Calder Park

Melbourne is also a popular hub for motorsports and racing events, thanks to the city’s renowned Calder Park Raceway; one of the most popular racing circuits in Melbourne. Every year, the venue hosts an array of events...

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Flemington Racecourse

Flemington Racecourse

When it comes to horse racing in Melbourne, Flemington Racecourse is often the first venue that comes to mind – this is because Flemington is the largest racecourse in Melbourne and has been in operation for over...

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Half Moon Bay

Half Moon Bay is a pristine beach nestled in Black Rock, some 22 kilometres south-east from the Melbourne CBD. The iconic beach gets its name from its crescent-like appearance, and is a favourite travel destination for...

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