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Day 23 - Australia

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1986 Commonwealth Games Gold Medallist Christine Stanton holds the Queen's Baton with participants of the UWA Little Athletics Club event in Perth, Australia on Thursday 31 October 2013. Australia is the ninth country to be visited on the baton's journey through 70 Commonwealth nations and territories.

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Commonwealth Games Gold Medallists Allana Slater (left) and Rachel Harris (right) hold the Queen's Baton at Cottesloe Beach in Perth, Australia on Thursday 31 October 2013. Australia is the ninth country to be visited on the baton's journey through 70 Commonwealth nations and territories.

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Commonwealth Games athletes visit Princess Margaret Hospital with the Queen's Baton in Perth, Australia on Thursday 31 October 2013. Australia is the ninth country to be visited on the baton's journey through 70 Commonwealth nations and territories.

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Commonwealth Games Gold Medallist Lauren Mitchell visits Princess Margaret Hospital with the Queen's Baton in Perth, Australia on Thursday 31 October 2013. Australia is the ninth country to be visited on the baton's journey through 70 Commonwealth nations and territories.

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Commonwealth Games Gold Medallist Allana Slater and pupils from East Fremantle Primary School hold the Queen's Baton in Perth, Australia on Thursday 31 October 2013. Australia is the ninth country to be visited on the baton's journey through 70 Commonwealth nations and territories.

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Commonwealth Games Gold Medallists hold the Queen's Baton at East Fremantle Primary School in Perth, Australia on Thursday 31 October 2013. Australia is the ninth country to be visited on the baton's journey through 70 Commonwealth nations and territories.

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Commonwealth Games gymnast Lauren Mitchell (left) holds the Queen's Baton at The Bell Tower in Perth, Australia on Thursday 31 October 2013. Australia is the ninth country to be visited on the baton's journey through 70 Commonwealth nations and territories.

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Commonwealth Games gymnast Lauren Mitchell (left) holds the Queen's Baton at the Bell Tower in Perth, Australia on Thursday 31 October 2013. Australia is the ninth country to be visited on the baton's journey through 70 Commonwealth nations and territories.

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1962 Commonwealth Games athlete John Cochrane carries the Queen's Baton at The Bell Tower in Perth, Australia on Thursday 31 October 2013. Australia is the ninth country to be visited on the baton's journey through 70 Commonwealth nations and territories.

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Minister for Sport and Recreation, Racing and Gaming, Terry Waldron (center) holds the Queen's Baton alongside Commonwealth Games athletes John Cochrane (left) and Kim Mickle (right) at The Bell Tower in Perth, Australia on Thursday 31 October 2013. Australia is the ninth country to be visited on the baton's journey through 70 Commonwealth nations and territories.

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CEO of the Australian Commonwealth Games Association Perry Crosswhite introduces the Queen's Baton at The Bell Tower in Perth, Australia on Thursday 31 October 2013. Australia is the ninth country to be visited on the baton's journey through 70 Commonwealth nations and territories.

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The Queen's Baton is held by the Minister for Sport and Recreation, Racing and Gaming, Terry Waldron at The Bell Tower in Perth, Australia on Thursday 31 October 2013. Australia is the ninth country to be visited on the baton's journey through 70 Commonwealth nations and territories.

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The Queen's Baton is held by 2010 Commonwealth Games Silver Medallist Kim Nicol (right) and 2010 Commonwealth Games Gold medalist Lauren Mitchell (left) at The Bell Tower in Perth, Australia on Thursday 31 October 2013. Australia is the ninth country on the baton's journey through 70 Commonwealth nations and territories.

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