Visitors Arrive For Barrier Reef Festival 1966

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Location: Hayman Island, Queensland, Australia

People celebrate the Barrier Reef Festival in Australia.

Title reads: "Fun in the Sun".

VS. People arriving on Hayman Island by helicopter and boat.

MS. At one of the barbecues.

VS. Hula-Hula dancer performing...



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UN 4198 C
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01:18:56:00 / 01:20:18:00
UN 4198 C
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Sport & Leisure Travel & Exploration
AVM - Fernreisen

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