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Landscapes Apart: Museums and Australian Suburbia

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  26 February 2016

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Australia is a nation of suburbs. The vast majority of Australians live in the subregions of our principal metropolitan areas. Even those of us moving to so-called ‘sea change’ regions outside the big cities want to live in transplanted suburban estates. For most of us, an oil change is a more pressing prospect than a sea change.

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