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We specialise in customising itineraries to suit our clients' interests. Following by no means covers all of the many options available.
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Tailor Made Australia: East to West

Sydney Ayers Rock Darwin Kununurra Broome
Book this itinerary as shown or revise it to meet your personal requirements.

Day 1:
Arrive in Sydney. Transfer to Rushcutters Bay for a yacht cruise of beautiful Sydney Harbour.

Day 2:
Today's tour includes a stroll at Bondi Beach and a visit to the notorious Kings Cross. Afterwards, enjoy a private tour of the Sydney Opera House and a visit to the Taronga Zoo.

Days 3-4:
Fly to Ayers Rock for the exclusive Uluru & Kantju Gorge Sunset Tour and visit Kata Tjuta and Walpa Gorge. Enjoy one evening's dining in a desert setting under a glittering canopy of stars.

Day 5:
Board a flight to Darwin and visit the spectacular Botanical Gardens and the Darwin Museum.

Day 6:
Fly to Kununurra and transfer by private 4-wheel-drive to your hotel. After lunch, explore the Chamberlain River on a private cruise.

Day 7:
Begin today with a tour on horseback. Later, meet a true character of the Station Township for a tour of thermal pools, tucked away among sheer cliffs.

Day 8:
Depart for Broome for a private visit to this historic pearling town. Enjoy a camel ride along Cable Beach Broome at sunset.

Day 9:
Fly to Talbot Bay to 'Jet A1' and experience the incredible tidal power of the falls with your qualified skipper (subject to tidal conditions).

Day 10:
Board your onward flight.

Tailor Made Australia: Dreamtime Artists

Alice Springs Halls Creek Bullo River Station Darwin
Book this itinerary as shown or revise it to meet your personal requirements.

Day 1:
Arrive in Alice Springs and this afternoon, visit Aruluen Centre, containing a collection of modern Aboriginal art.

Day 2:
Meet the traditional Arrernte owners of Mparntwe (Alice Springs) at the Aboriginal Art & Cultural Centre. Spend the day visiting local artists in the Alice Springs region.

Day 3:
Depart by private plane to Yuendumu and the Warlukurlangu Art Centre, representing some 160 Warlpiri and Anmatjerre artists. Continue to Balgo Hills, a remote Aboriginal community on the edge of the vast Kimberley region of Western Australia, and Halls Creek.

Day 4:
This morning head for another Aboriginal community to visit the Warmun Art Centre at Turkey Creek. Then, depart for Bullo River Station, flying over the famous Bungle Bungles. Relax and enjoy a day and an evening with the owners on this famous Outback cattle station.

Day 5:
Fly to Darwin where the afternoon is spent exploring galleries and museums.

Day 6:
Visit additional galleries or explore some of the other sights in this culturally diverse city, before transferring to the airport for your onward flight.

Lord Howe Island Extension

Escape to Australia's "last paradise" - the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Lord Howe Island.

Day 1: Sydney/Lord Howe Island
Fly to Lord Howe Island from Sydney. Spend the afternoon exploring the clear waters of a World Heritage protected lagoon, with its amazing array of marine life. Wander over to Lover's Bay from Capella Lodge to snorkel the reef, or if you're feeling energetic, grab a mountain bike and ride through palm forests to famous Ned's Beach where you can meet and hand feed the giant kingfish.

Day 2: Lord Howe Island
The unique opportunities available to you in this pristine environment are abundant. The renowned Capella Spa offers the perfect sanctuary for a day of pampering, and the nine-hole Lord Howe Island golf course offers golfers the stunning backdrop of the South Pacific.

Day 3: Lord Howe Island/Sydney/Depart
After one more relaxing morning at your island paradise, board your short return flight to Sydney.

Western Australia

The Margaret River region is known for its world-class wineries and rugged Indian Ocean coastline.

Day 1: Arrive Perth
Transfer to your hotel on arrival. Explore some of the historic buildings this afternoon with your guide including the Round House, Western Australia's oldest public building, used as a jail and a signal house.

Day 2: Perth/Margaret River
After breakfast depart for a scenic drive to the Margaret River region. Pass beautiful sandy beaches as you travel through Fremantle and on to Busselton, situated on the sweeping shores of Geographe Bay. The remainder of the afternoon is free to enjoy Cape Lodge and its stunning surroundings.

Day 3: Margaret River
A full day of sightseeing Margaret River's picturesque wine region. Travel in style in a 1950s luxury vehicle. Your guide is a local wine expert and knows all the best vineyards for every taste. After lunch at a local restaurant, visit more vineyards and lovely art galleries before returning to Cape Lodge.

Day 4: Depart Margaret River
Transfer to the Perth airport and board your onward flight.

Tasmania Extension

Separated from mainland Australia, much of this once-forgotten island state is a World Heritage site.

Day 1: Arrive Hobart
Arrive in Hobart and transfer to your hotel. This afternoon's sightseeing with your guide includes a visit to Battery Point, Australia's most complete colonial village.

Day 2: Hobart/Freycinet National Park
After breakfast, depart for your journey along Tasmania's delightful East Coast through the gateway to beautiful Freycinet National Park. Board your vessel in Coles Bay to be transported down Freycinet's striking red granite coastline. The remainder of the day is yours to get active with a walk, swim, snorkel or kayak.

Day 3: Freycinet National Park
Spend a full day at leisure in the National Park. Take a dip in Freycinet's crystal clear waters, walk and explore the shoreline, kayak, snorkel, catch a fish, or simply soak in this idyllic setting.

Day 4: Freycinet/Launceston
Following a leisurely breakfast, transfer to the airport for your onward flight.

Tailor Made New Zealand: The Food and Wines of New Zealand

Auckland Hawkes Bay Palliser Bay Queenstown
Book this itinerary as shown or revise it to meet your personal requirements.

Day 1:
After a morning at leisure, set off for a cruise to Devonport.

Day 2:
Fly to Napier for a brief tour of Napier's history, architecture and the human spirit.

Day 3:
A private tour of the Hawkes Bay region includes lunch at one of the local wineries and wine tasting at a selection of vineyards.

Day 4:
Leave Napier, heading south to Wharekauhau Lodge in Palliser Bay, with lunch at a local vineyard.

Day 5:
Today visit the village of Martinborough before proceeding to the Murdoch James Winery where you are made an honorary cellar hand for the day.

Days 6-9:
Fly to Queenstown where highlights include an artist and vineyard tour of the world's southern-most wine producing region; and a flightseeing tour to Milford Sound, with a scenic lunch cruise. Tonight, a degustation dinner is prepared for you by a renowned chef.

Day 10:
Board your onward flight.

Signature New Zealand

An Independent Itinerary
Signature Series programs, a part of our Signature CollectionSM, are itineraries for independent travellers, offering a private alternative to popular group destinations. Choose one of our suggested Signature itineraries, for an independent holiday honed to perfection by over four decades of expertise. With your own exclusive party of family or friends, you'll enjoy the best destinations, finest hotels, "must-see" sights and the services of expert local guides - as well as private transfers and selected meals. Our Signature itineraries give you private travel at its best.

Days 1-2: USA or Canada/Auckland, New Zealand
Depart on an overnight flight to New Zealand "losing" a day en route to the International Dateline.

Day 3: Auckland
Your room is available for immediate occupancy for a relaxing morning before your guide takes you sightseeing in the "City of Sails."

Day 4: Auckland/Coromandel
Say goodbye to Auckland and transfer to Pauanui, following the east coast through picturesque farmland to the beautiful Coromandel Peninsula.

Day 5: Coromandel
Enjoy a full day of wilderness exploration with local personality "Kiwi Dundee." Take a gentle walk along lost gold trails to old gold towns of the past. Tide permitting, visit Hot Water Beach and Cathedral Cove, a gigantic arched cavern situated on the beautiful Pacific coastline.

Day 6: Coromandel/Rotorua
This morning follow the coastal route toward Rotorua, passing some of the quaint seaside towns along the way.

Day 7: Rotorua
This morning enjoy time to relax in your luxurious boutique lodge before boarding a private lunch cruise which takes you through the remote bays at the foot of Mount Tarawera. Other stops include the hot springs at Hot Water Beach where you can have a swim.

Day 8: Rotorua/Queenstown
After breakfast, visit the thermal area of Whakarewarewa and the many geysers. Also enjoy a visit to the Rotorua Museum before flying to Queenstown.

Day 9: Queenstown/Milford Sound/Queenstown
Weather permitting, take a helicopter to the world-famous Milford Sound for an unforgettable flightseeing excursion, landing at Key Summit and Lake Quill. The remainder of your afternoon is at leisure.

Day 10: Queenstown
Choose from a range of optional activities: skim the Shotover River by jet-boat; play a round of golf at Millbrook Resort; enjoy a private tour of an artisan's village and local wineries; or spend the day relaxing at your luxurious hotel.

Day 11: Queenstown/Christchurch
Fly from Queenstown to Christchurch, the town that's "more English than England." See Cathedral Square, the Christchurch Art Centre, Christ's College and enjoy a punt along the River Avon.

Day 12: Christchurch
Today is at leisure to explore the Garden City or perhaps indulge in a private heli-scenic flight to Kaikoura for whale watching. Or, visit a local sheep farm to see sheep shearing and a sheep dog demonstration.

Day 13: Christchurch/Depart USA
Transfer to the airport to board your homebound flight.

This program contains some active elements and a minimum level of fitness is required.

Signature Australia

An Independent Itinerary
Signature Series programs, a part of our Signature CollectionSM, are itineraries for independent travellers, offering a private alternative to popular group destinations. Choose one of our suggested Signature itineraries, for an independent holiday honed to perfection by over four decades of expertise. With your own exclusive party of family or friends, you'll enjoy the best destinations, finest hotels, "must-see" sights and the services of expert local guides - as well as private transfers and selected meals. Our Signature itineraries give you private travel at its best.

Days 1-2: USA or Canada/Sydney, Australia
Depart on an overnight flight to Australia "losing" a day en route to the International Dateline.

Day 3: Sydney
Your flight arrives early in the morning and your room is available for immediate occupancy. Later, meet your guide to begin your half-day sightseeing tour, including the Sydney Opera House.

Day 4: Sydney
The day is free to explore the scenery of Sydney as you please. Optional extras include an adventurous climb on the famous Harbour Bridge and a spectacular flight by floatplane or helicopter.

Day 5: Sydney/Ayers Rock
This morning fly from Sydney to Ayers Rock in Australia's Outback. Your introduction to the area begins at the Cultural Center. Continue to Uluru for a walk into Kantju Gorge, ending your day watching the sun set from Uluru.

Day 6: Ayers Rock
Depart on a truly amazing walking adventure to Kata Tjuta - Valley of the Winds. Stand at one of the many breathtaking vistas along the way. Enjoy an afternoon at leisure or optional touring of the area. Tonight, dinner will be under the stars.

Day 7: Ayers Rock/Cairns/Daintree Rainforest
An early start this morning as you drive out to watch the sunrise wash over Ayers Rock. Then it's on to Cairns by air, followed by a drive along the scenic coastal highway to Mossman Gorge, deep in the Daintree Rainforest.

Day 8: Daintree Rainforest
Your day is at leisure to enjoy the many optional activities offered at the lodge, such as mountain biking, canoeing and guided rainforest walks.

Day 9: Daintree Rainforest/Cairns/Lizard Island
Drive back to Cairns or take an optional helicopter transfer over the rainforest. Then fly by private charter to Lizard Island, Australia's most exclusive Great Barrier Reef resort.

Days 10-11: Lizard Island
Two full days on Lizard Island to relax and choose from the many optional activities available. Alternatively, pamper yourself with a full range of spa treatments or just relax under a palm tree.

Day 12: Lizard Island/Cairns/Sydney
Return to Cairns by private charter flight to connect with a flight to Sydney, where your guide transfers you to your hotel.

Day 13: Sydney/USA or Canada
Transfer to the airport to board your homebound flight.

This program contains some active elements and a minimum level of fitness is required.

Huka Lodge Hideaway

Located upstream from famous Huka Falls, Huka Lodge is one of the world's very best wilderness retreats.

Day 1: Taupo/Huka
Arrive in Taupo and transfer to the award-winning Huka Lodge, where past guests have included HRH Queen Elizabeth II and European royalty. Spend the afternoon at leisure surrounded by magnificent natural New Zealand beauty.

Day 2: Huka
The crystal clear waters of Lake Taupo are fed by mountain streams and are home to some of the most sought-after rainbow trout in the world. This morning enjoy a private three-hour cruise on stunning Lake Taupo. View Maori rock carvings, historical points of interest in Whakaipo Bay. On clear days, the majestic volcanoes of Ruapehu, Ngauruhoe and Tongariro can be seen at the southern end of the lake. The remainder of the day is at leisure at Huka Lodge. Perhaps soak in the hot pools, play tennis or petanque, or try a spot of fishing.

Day 3: Huka/Taupo/Depart
Transfer overland to Taupo where you continue your travels throughout New Zealand, Australia, or embark on your onward journey.

Australia: Outback Cattle Stations by Private Air

Melbourne Kars Station Portee Station Wirraminna Station Ayers Rock Sydney
Book this itinerary as shown or revise it to meet your personal requirements.

Day 1:
Arrive in Melbourne where this afternoon's tour includes Fitzroy Gardens and the art district.

Days 2-3:
Visit the Royal Botanic Gardens for an Aboriginal heritage experience. Then, enjoy an exclusive Outback Adventure by private aircraft. Fly to Mildura for lunch, en route to Kars Station, a private 150,000-acre sheep station.

Day 4:
Leave for Portee Station and, after lunch, visit some of Barossa Valley's wineries.

Day 5:
Flying low over the Flinders Ranges, depart for Wirraminna Station, a one-million-acre sheep and cattle station.

Day 6:
This morning travel to Ayers Rock, stopping at the famous Outback township of Oodnadatta. Continue to Ayers Rock for a scenic flight over Uluru and the Olgas.

Day 7:
Enjoy an afternoon at leisure or one of the touring options available. This evening dine in an exclusive desert setting under a glittering canopy of stars.

Days 8-9:
Two days in Sydney where highlights include a visit to Taronga Zoo and the Sydney Opera House for a private guided tour.

Day 10:
Board your onward flight.

Rugged Mountains and Deep Gorges

Melbourne Darwin Kununurra Wyndham 'True North' Darwin
Book this itinerary as shown or revise it to meet your personal requirements.

Day 1:
Arrive in Melbourne and meet your guide for a private walking tour.

Day 2:
Enjoy a private tour of Healesville and the Yarra Valley.

Day 3:
Fly to Darwin, with afternoon sightseeing on arrival.

Day 4:
Board your helicopter for an exhilarating, low-level flight over Cathedral Gorge, Piccaninny Gorge & Creek, Deep Gorge and Y Gorge. Transfer to Wyndham to board the magnificent 'True North' Kimberley Wilderness Cruiser.

Days 5-7:
Morning fishing and exploring opportunities are bountiful, followed by a lunchtime cruise to Koolama Bay. Enjoy sunset drinks at beautiful Tranquil Bay before anchoring at the mouth of the King George River. Journey upstream to spend some time at King George Falls and the Drysdale River.

Day 8:
Today view the "Bradshaws," ancient rock art that pre-dates other examples of Aboriginal culture. This afternoon a helicopter whisks you to a waterfall picnic lunch.

Days 9-11:
Continue to the scenic Surveyors Creek. Wake in the magnificent Hunter River for a day of fishing and bird watching. Another helicopter ride takes you over the spectacular Mitchell Falls. Then board your aircraft to continue to Darwin.

Day 12:
Board your onward flight.

South Australia

Travel through fertile wine regions and visit with locals at pastoral homesteads and working cattle stations.

Day 1: Arrive Adelaide
Arrive in Adelaide and transfer to your hotel. This afternoon meet your guide for a city tour.

Day 2: Adelaide/Barossa Valley
Head north from Adelaide to the Barossa Valley, Australia's richest and best-known wine making region. Visit Peter Lehmann Winery and taste a wide range of quality wines at this significant wine producer.

Day 3: Barossa Valley/Flinders Ranges
See tree-lined gorges, rugged mountain ranges, rolling plains, and the rich colors that mark this stunning ancient land en route to Rawnsley Park Station, a working sheep station located in the Flinders Ranges. Rawnsley Park Station offers unique luxury eco-villa accommodations in a very secluded setting.

Day 4: Flinders Ranges/Clare Valley/Jamestown
This morning enjoy a tour of the Flinders Range before heading towards Clare Valley. Tonight enjoy the warm hospitality of North Bundaleer.

Day 5: Jamestown/Adelaide/Depart
This morning depart Jamestown and travel to Sevenhill Cellars, the oldest vineyard in the Clare Valley. Transfer to Adelaide Airport for your onward flight.

Wonders of Australia & New Zealand

Ultimate Luxury in Small Groups

Our "flagship" tour in unhurried style - superbly choreographed to reveal the secrets of Australia's remarkable continent and the rich tapestry of New Zealand.

Days 1-2: USA or Canada/Melbourne, Australia
Depart on an overnight flight to Melbourne crossing the International Dateline.

Day 3: Melbourne
Your room is available for immediate occupancy. After lunch, venture out for a brief introduction to this beautiful city. Tonight dine at Radii, one of Melbourne's finest restaurants. D

Day 4: Melbourne/Coliban Park/Melbourne
Set off on a drive to Coliban Park, a private sheep station set in its own secret valley. Enjoy lunch at this historic homestead with the resident Barber family. This evening dine at Grossi Florentino restaurant.

Day 5: Melbourne/Ayers Rock
Fly north to Australia's incredible Outback. This afternoon, travel overland to Kata Tjuta (the Olgas) to walk among the valleys between these huge formations with a special view of this beautiful landscape. This evening is at leisure.

Day 6: Ayers Rock/Cairns/Palm Cove
This morning rise to the spectacular sight of Uluru at dawn. Fly from the Outback desert to lush green tropics of Palm Cove.

Day 7: Palm Cove/Cairns/Lizard Island
Fly from Cairns to Lizard Island on the Great Barrier Reef where every suite has views of the ocean.

Days 8-9: Lizard Island
Two full days on Lizard Island to relax and choose from among the many optional activities available: snorkel or scuba diving at the famous "Cod Hole"; sail on board a catamaran; or reef or blue-water game fishing. Alternatively, pamper yourself with a full range of spa treatments or just relax under a palm tree.

Day 10: Lizard Island/Cairns/Sydney
After breakfast fly to Sydney where your room boasts outstanding harbour views.

Day 11: Sydney
This morning choose from a number of Design Your Day options, including a private tour of Sydney's famous Opera House; a walk through the historic Rocks district, or a private tour of the Museum of Contemporary Art. This afternoon enjoy lunch during a private harbour cruise.

Day 12: Sydney
Explore Sydney on your own today before tonight's farewell dinner at Aria - one of the city's signature restaurants.

Day 13: Sydney/Auckland, New Zealand
Travellers returning to the USA or Canada today fly home from Sydney. Those travelling onward continue with an early morning flight to Auckland.

Day 14: Auckland/Rotorua
After a morning tour of Auckland, drive south toward Rotorua, famous for its bubbling mud pools and geysers. After lunch at Longlands Farm, visit the Rotorua Museum, arriving at your hotel late this afternoon.

Day 15: Rotorua
Enjoy a leisurely morning at your hotel, situated on Lake Tarawera. Then board the 'Clearwater' for a private lunch cruise.

Day 16: Rotorua/Queenstown
After a tour of the sights of Rotorua, enjoy lunch accompanied by ancient stories of Maori legends. Later today, fly to Queenstown.

Day 17: Queenstown/Milford Sound/Queenstown
At breakfast get expert advice when a local photographer shares tips in photographing Milford Sound. Weather permitting, a helicopter whisks you off for a flightseeing excursion to Milford Sound. After a picnic lunch at a scenic lookout, return to Queenstown. Dine this evening in the charming home of a local family.

Day 18: Queenstown
This morning Design Your Day with options as adventurous or relaxed as you please. Return to your resort or opt to visit the historic gold miners' village of Arrowtown.

Day 19: Queenstown/Christchurch
Fly to Christchurch for a tour and a gentle cruise in a punt along the tree-lined River Avon. This evening, join your fellow travellers at a farewell dinner.

Day 20: Christchurch/Auckland/USA or Canada
This morning board a flight back across the Pacific Ocean.

This program contains some active elements and a minimum level of fitness is required.

Tailor Made New Zealand: Glaciers and Lakes

Auckland Rotorua Christchurch Franz Josef Queenstown
Book this itinerary as shown or revise it to meet your personal requirements.

Day 1:
Arrive in Auckland where you are met and transferred to your luxurious retreat, Huka Lodge.

Day 2:
Depart your lodge by 4-wheel-drive vehicle to Kinloch to begin a nature walk to Kawakawa Bay, with a cruise across Lake Taupo.

Day 3:
Travel to Rotorua for a close up look at Wai-O-Tapu - a geothermal wonderland, followed by a visit to Kiwi Encounter.

Days 4-5:
Board the Tranz Alpine Express train to Cass. Take a 4-wheel-drive tour around the 43,000 acres of high country farmland.

Day 6:
Reboard the Tranz Alpine Express towards Greymouth where you are transferred to Franz Josef, stopping en route for a behind-the-scenes visit at a local greenstone gem gallery.

Day 7:
Take a heli-glacier flight before proceeding to Lake Moeraki.

Days 8-9:
Drive to Queenstown for a flightseeing tour and cruise of Milford Sound.

Day 10:
Drive to Glenorchy for your jet-boat safari on the Dart River.

Day 11:
Board your onward flight.

Christchurch Countryside Extension

Retreat to the High Country and Grasmere Lodge in the heart of the Southern Alps of New Zealand.

Day 1: Arrive Christchurch
Depart this morning on a privately guided, cycling tour through Hagley Park and the Botanical Gardens. Enjoy a picnic lunch in the city "more English than England" before transferring back to your hotel.

Day 2: Christchurch/Cass
Board the Tranz Alpine Express train, heading through the Canterbury Plains towards Cass. This journey is one of the most picturesque rail experiences in New Zealand. Disembark the train at Cass where a Grasmere Lodge representative escorts you to your hotel.

Day 3: Cass
Enjoy a 4-wheel-drive adventure around the 43,000 acres of High Country station, home to cattle, deer and fine-wool, merino sheep. This afternoon is at leisure.

Day 4: Cass/Christchurch/Depart
Travel across the picture postcard Canterbury Plains to the Christchurch airport for your onward flight.

Bay of Islands Extension

Studded with verdant emerald isles and hidden beaches, experience the remote beauty of the Bay of Islands.

Day 1: Arrive Bay of Islands
Arrive at Kerikeri airport for your transfer to Kauri Cliffs Lodge, offering stunning panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean. Visit the historically profound Waitangi Treaty House and view a copy of the treaty that united the lives of European and Maori people in 1840. The remainder of the day is at leisure to explore the stunning surroundings.

Day 2: Bay of Islands
Spend the day exploring the area. Perhaps try deep-sea fishing, or join a dolphin-watching cruise to get up close and personal with these marvelous creatures. Kauri Cliffs also boasts one of the most spectacular golf courses in the world. Visits to local attractions including Ninety Mile Beach, Tane Mahuta (New Zealand's largest kauri tree), Doubtless Bay, the Puketi Kauri Forest, Rainbow Falls and historic Russell. Transportation to these sights can be arranged by guided motor tour, helicopter or airplane.

Day 3: Bay of Islands/Auckland/Depart
After breakfast transfer to the airport for your onward flight.

Caitlins & Stewart Island Extension

Explore two of New Zealand's most isolated and beautiful areas, with flora and fauna found nowhere else on earth.

Day 1: Christchurch/Dunedin
Depart Christchurch this morning by private vehicle heading south to Dunedin, enjoying sightseeing and lunch en route to your private, historic hotel.

Day 2: Dunedin
Today, get unobstructed views of some of the rarest wildlife on earth at the Elm Wildlife Conservation Area including the Royal Albatross at Taiaroa Headland. Enjoy a picnic lunch with your nature guide before returning to your hotel.

Day 3: Dunedin/Invercargill
Depart Dunedin for a scenic journey along the renowned Caitlin Coast towards Invercargill.

Day 4: Invercargill/Stewart Island/Invercargill
Fly to Stewart Island for a day of adventure and exploration as you journey with your expert nature guide. Depart by water taxi to the unique predator-free environment of Ulva Island, where you enjoy a gourmet picnic lunch before returning to Invercargill by air.

Day 5: Invercargill/Depart
Transfer to the airport and board your onward flight.

Cook Islands
Easter Island
Fiji
French Polynesia
New Caledonia
Niugini
Norfolk Island
Samoa
Solomon Islands
Tonga
Vanuatu
 
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