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Royal Flying Doctor Service
Australia

The RFDS base in Broken Hill is a must-see stop for travellers and locals to experience the extensive information provided about the history and current operation of the most comprehensive aero medical organisation in the world. The base offers guided tours, an extensive range of souvenirs and an interactive information centre.

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