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There's no holding us down. Just days after our October Paris issue hit the stands, comes the arrival of Gourmet Traveller's second Chinese-language edition.
For this issue, available now, we once again celebrate the best of Australia's eats, retreats and wine with the help of some of the country's finest taste-makers.
From our picks of where to dine right now in Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide to the inside scoop on Sydney's growing gelato scene, lovers of style, food and drink are well looked after.
There's also plenty of travel to inspire your next weekend away, including a road trip along the New South Wales South Coast, a guide to Australia's best vineyards and a look inside the stunning Como The Treasury hotel in Perth.
"We love talking about great food, wonderful dining experiences and how to make the most of whatever destination takes your fancy next," says GT publisher Cornelia Schulze. "While we do cover the whole world, Australia is naturally very special to us, and this is a fantastic way to showcase it to international visitors."
Spanning 100 pages, this special edition also includes insider tips on where to ring in this October's Chinese Golden Week, luxe chocolate recipes, a guide to Melbourne's inspired take on breakfast and a complete lowdown on the $50 million refurbishment of Lizard Island.
"Our first Chinese-language edition flew off the shelves in record time, so the decision to produce a second one was easy," says Schulze. "We can't wait to share it with you."
The second Gourmet Traveller Chinese-language edition is available from today in various locations including Qantas Lounges around the country, Westfields Chatswood and Bondi Junction, the Sydney Opera House and select newsagents and hotels nationally, while stocks last.
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