Oprah Winfrey's announcement on the opening show of her 25th season that she would take all 300 of her audience members to Australia wasn't exactly welcome in the Land Down Under.  The Aussie federal government and the state of New South Wales are footing part of the bill to the tune of three million dollars, and many people think that with the country's current economy, it's a waste.  The Australian Tourism Minister, however, believes that this could be money well spent since Oprah's show is seen daily in 145 countries and by 40 million Americans, and she plans to do at least two shows in Australia, including one at the famous Sydney Opera House, and the shows will help bring more tourists.  Currently, there are more Australians leaving the country for vacations than there are tourists visiting.