November 2006
Travel Weekly Australia;11/24/2006, Issue 28, p22
Trade Publication
The article describes special event, cultural, heritage, and arts tourism in Oahu, Hawaii, for inbound Australian travelers and tourists. Facilities include the Opera Theatre, the Honolulu Art Academy, and the Bishop Museum. Events include the Maritime Museum's voyage expeditions, First Friday Gallery Walk with free admission, and Brunch on the Beach open-air motion pictures.


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