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Lonely Planet, 2004 - Travel - 1064 pages
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Lonely Planet country guides offer down to earth accurate information for every budget.- The complete, practical country guide for independent travellers- Detailed Getting Started and Itineraries chapters for effortless planning- Inspirational full-colour Highlights sections showcase the country's must-see sights- Easy-to-use grid-referenced maps with cross references to the text- Insightful new History, Culture, Food and Environment chapters by specialist contributors

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A good coverage overall. However, the information about Ingham is out of date. The old Noorla Hotel has been restored to the extent that it won the 'best restoration project in Queensland' by the National Trust in 2007. It is a beautiful, quirky plave to stay, has a great restaurant and also has the Ceylon Tea Rooms for those who like a genteel experience. (16 September 2007)  

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Bedford was born in New Zealand and gave up a career in accounting to experience the life of a traveller.

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