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Maalinup Aboriginal Gallery, Perth, Western Australia
Maalinup is the only Aboriginal-owned and operated art gallery and gift shop in the Perth metropolitan area, Western Australia.

Mackay, Queensland
Mackay on the north Queensland coast lies halfway between Cairns and Brisbane and is a gateway to the Great Barrier Reef.

Macquarie Island
Macquarie Island, a sub-antarctic island located in the Southern Ocean, is part of Tasmania.

Makybe Diva: First Mare to Win Consecutive Melbourne Cup Races
Makybe Diva is the first mare and only racehorse to have won three Melbourne Cup races in consecutive years.

Makybe Diva, Melbourne Cup Champion - Career Highlights
Supermare Makybe Diva is the only racehorse in history to have won three Melbourne Cup races (2003, 2004, 2005), and in successive years, too.

Manly Beach
A ferry trip from Sydney's Circular Quay, Manly Beach is a favorite of residents and visitors alike.

Map, Australia / New Zealand Region
Section of Oceania map shows the relative locations and geographical areas of Australia and New Zealand.

Map, Great Barrier Reef
Regional map showing the Queensland coast and islands of the Great Barrier Reef.

Mary Donaldson
Mary Donaldson is the Australian-born commoner who married Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark and has thus become Crown Princess Mary, Princess of Denmark, Greenland and the Faroe Islands.

Mary MacKillop
Mary MacKillop, founder of the Catholic congregation of the Sisters of St Joseph of the Sacred Heart, is the first Australian to become a candidate for sainthood.

Mary MacKillop Memorial Chapel
Mary MacKillop Memorial Chapel is the heart of Mary McKillop Place, which includes a museum celebrating the life, work and spirituality of Mary MacKillop.

McDonald Island
This is part of the Heard Island and McDonald Islands group which is a sub-antarctic territory of Australia.

Mel Gibson
Actor, director, producer Mel Gibson spent much of his early years in Australia, studied at the National Institute of Dramatic Art in Sydney, and starred in a number of Australian films at the start of his movie career.

Melbourne Attractions
Sightseeing in Melbourne, Australia, encompasses walking tours in the city centre to view and visit Melbourne attractions.

Melbourne Beaches: Close to the City Centre
Because the Yarra River runs through it, and major Melbourne attractions lie along its banks or north of it, visitors to Melbourne tend to forget that this is a bayside city with a number of beaches.

Melbourne City Centre Interactive Map
Interactive map of the central business district showing major streets and points of interest.

Melbourne City Circle
Take the free tram and stop where you will to see the Melbourne city sights.

Melbourne City Circle Tram
The free Melbourne City Circle Tram operates daily along a city circuit passing a number of Melbourne attractions.

Melbourne Commonwealth Games 2006: The Friendly Games
Melbourne hosts the Commonwealth Games in 2006 with some 4500 athletes from 71 nations competing in 16 sports with 24 disciplines from March 15 to 26.

Melbourne Cup
This is Australia's premier horse racing event run at Melbourne's Flemington Racecourse.

Melbourne Cup 2008
This year's Melbourne Cup is the seventh race in a 10-race program at Flemington Racecourse on November 4, the first Tuesday in November.

Melbourne Cup 2010
The 2010 Melbourne Cup takes place on November 2 at Melbourne's Flemington Racecourse.

Melbourne Museum
Melbourne Museum houses cultural and historic treasures, and permanent and visiting exhibitions.

Melbourne Museum - Getting There
The Melbourne Museum at Carlton Gardens is easily accessible by car, tram or train.

Melbourne Park: Home of the Australian Open
Melbourne Park is home to the Australian Open, one of only four Grand Slam tennis tournaments in the world.

Melbourne Region Map
Regional map showing areas of Victoria close to the city.

Melbourne Royal Botanic Gardens
Melbourne Royal Botanic Gardens are within walking distance of the Victorian Arts Centre and close to the Shrine of Remembrance.

Melbourne: Where in the World Is Melbourne?
It's in Australia, of course, in the state of Victoria, but you'll find other places of the same or similar name in other parts of the world.

Melbourne, Victoria
What to see, where to go. Take the free tram and stop where you will to see the sights.

Melbourne's City Circle Tram
The free City Circle Tram in Melbourne operates daily along a city circuit passing a number of Melbourne attractions.

Melbourne's Free Tourist Bus
Melbourne's free tourist bus, the City Tourist Shuttle, is a free hop on, hop off service with stops at a number of Melbourne city attractions.

Melville Island
Australia's second largest island after the island state of Tasmania, Melville Island is part of the Tiwi Islands group.

Merle Oberon
Glamorous film star and screen legend Merle Oberon claimed she was born in Tasmania, Australia, but there are questions about her birthplace.

Migaloo the All-White Humpback Whale
Migaloo is said to be the only known occurrence of an all-white humpback whale, and has been compared to the fictional Moby Dick.

Minogue, Kylie: From Girl Next Door to Princess of Pop
From girl next door on Australian television to international princess of pop, Australian singer Kylie Minogue has crammed a scintillating career, although not without its ups and downs, in the worlds of acting and music.

Money: Australian Banknotes and Coins
Australian money consists of plastic banknotes and gold and silver coins. Know how they look and feel to avoid confusion.

Monkey Mia Dolphins
Frolic with the friendly bottlenose dolphins of Monkey Mia in Western Australia.

Moomba Festival
Huge outdoor Melbourne event of several days which had its start in 1954 as a focus of city celebrations and activities.

Movie World Theme Park, Gold Coast
If you are fascinated by movies, movie characters, movie shows and how movies are made, Movie World on Australia's Gold Coast could be a place to visit on your trip to Queensland.

Mt Augustus: World's Biggest Rock
Mt Augustus, a monocline in Western Australia, is about two and a half times the size of the rock monolith, Uluru, in the Northern Territory.

Mt Tomah Botanic Garden
Mt Tomah Botanic Garden in the Blue Mountains is the cool-climate garden of the Sydney Royal Botanic Gardens.

Mt Warning National Park, New South Wales
Where the morning sun first hits mainland Australia. In the Tweed region.

Murray River: Along the Victorian Border
From the source of the Murray River in the Snowy Mountains of New South Wales, much of the mighty river defines the border between Victoria and its northern neighbor. Cruise the Mighty Murray on paddle-steamers, visit the towns of Echuca, Swan Hill and Mildura.

Murray River Region
On a visit to Australia, Mark Twain likened the Murray River to his country's Mississippi. The Murray is not as long as that American river, but in the days before trains and good roads, the Murray provided inland Australia the conduit for commerce and leisure with its paddle-steamers and its riverboats.

Murwillumbah, New South Wales
Picturesque town that spreads along the western bank of the Tweed River and up into the hills of the McPherson Ranges.

Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney
At West Circular Quay, a museum of distinctive modern and innovative art.

Museum of Sydney
The Museum of Sydney was built on the historic site of Australia's first Government House and tells the story of Sydney from pre-colonial times to the present.

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