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Aside – Victoria Tourism

Posted by Preston on 2009-09-19

I’ll preface this by saying that I’m not from Victoria; I hail from New South Wales in Australia, and there’s usually quite a strong rivalry between the two states. Personally, I don’t subscribe to that rivalry – the reasons behind it have absolutely no pull for me.

Traditional rivalry aside though, what can’t be argued about is that Tourism Victoria produces simply the most amazing TV advertisements. I don’t need these ads to convince me of the merits of visiting Victoria, but I do really love their ads.

Two in particular are:

Honestly, if you’re looking for somewhere to holiday, immerse yourself in Victoria.

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