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Australia's food and wine experiences play a starring role this latest ad from Tourism Australia. Latest research shows food and wine rate third after safety and value as a reason to visit an international holiday destination. Source:News Corp Australia. Maggie Beer was central to the wining and dining campaign launched in London. Each was asked to prepare a meal inspired by their own holiday memories, resulting in dishes as diverse as edible sand, kangaroo carpaccio and sea mullet with nasturtium. Tourism Australia regional general manager in the UK, Denise Von Wald, said they wanted to make British travellers aware of the fantastic food and wine Australia offered.
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Now the phrase "I'll see you in court" is keeping Lara Bingle in the headlines as she battles two Australian men's magazines over the use of her image. The Sydney model, 19, shot to fame in the Tourism Australia advertising campaign when she donned a bikini and asked television viewers around the world: "Where the bloody hell are you? Now she's in court with Zoo Weekly after it printed several photographs of her in March. A banner advertisement a week earlier declared: "World Exclusive! Bloody Hell! TV ad girl, Lara Bingle's first ever men's mag shoot.
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So where the bloody hell are you? The advertisements feature Australians preparing for visitors to their country. It begins in an Outback pub with the barkeeper saying, "We've poured you a beer". Further imagery to a similar effect is then shown, including a young boy on the beach saying, "We've got the sharks out of the pool," and partygoers watching Sydney harbour fireworks saying, "We've turned on the lights". The commercial ends with bikini -clad model Lara Bingle at Fingal Spit stepping out of the ocean and asking, "So where the bloody hell are you?
Wednesday, March 22, Less than a week after it was first banned and then cleared for screening in the U. Ironically, it wasn't the controversial question — a line described as "warm, friendly and inviting" — that got the ad banned, but its opening: "We've poured you a beer. Australian Tourism Minister Fran Bailey was "quite astonished" by the move but has thanked the Canadian government for providing free publicity for the ad, saying, "As far as this particular Canadian regulator is concerned, I'd love him to come out here and I'll buy him a beer and say thank-you.