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Who will get "The Best Job in the World"?

2009-05-05 13:13:53 GMT2009-05-05 21:13:53 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

Heuberger is one of 16 finalists from 15 nations in the tourism promotion competition aimed at attracting visitors to Australia's northeast tropical state of Queensland. (Xinhua/Reuters Photo)

Hill and Henry are two of 16 finalists from 15 nations in the tourism promotion competition aimed at attracting visitors to Australia's northeast tropical state of Queensland. (Xinhua/Reuters Photo)

Kobayashi is one of 16 finalists from 15 nations in the tourism promotion competition aimed at attracting visitors to Australia's northeast tropical state of Queensland. (Xinhua/Reuters Photo)

Novak is one of 16 finalists from 15 nations in the tourism promotion competition aimed at attracting visitors to Australia's northeast tropical state of Queensland. (Xinhua/Reuters Photo)

There are 16 finalists from 15 nations in the tourism promotion competition aimed at attracting visitors to Australia's northeast tropical state of Queensland. (Xinhua/Reuters Photo)

"The Best Job in the World" competition finalist Magali Heuberger of the Netherlands laughs after snorkelling near Hamilton Island, about 950km (590 miles) north of Brisbane, May 4, 2009. The winner will earn A$150,000 ($110,000) in the role of "Island Caretaker" on the Great Barrier Reef for six months. Picture taken May 4, 2009.

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