Beautiful, intelligent, huge, Whales cast their spell over us, but remain a mystery. Wade Hughes is a writer, and an artist with the underwater camera, who with his wife Robyn has travelled the world, meeting whales. Amazing photos show whales being themselves in the moods, and phases of life, with evoking text. ENDORSED BY AUSTRALIAN GEOGRAPHIC
Gregory Milners new title, The Skill of Flower Arranging, is a clear and comprehensive guide covering all aspects of floral design. Whether readers intend to make floristry their career, are already a professional florist, or simply love to arrange flowers within their home, this book will guide them to create a variety of stunning arrangments.
Walking in the Wild, Ken Duncan’s latest title, is devoted exclusively to wildlife photos. Ken claims he is just a landscape photographer, who also enjoys photographing wildlife. This visual feast also features a foreword by legendary journalist, Ray Martin.
One of the most comprehensive books on the region, this large format hardback not only contains many stunning photographs but also imparts a great breadth of information. Each of the Western Deserts are discussed: fauna and flora, geographic features, Indigenous communities, early European explorers and some of the many tracks that traverse them.
Behind Dark Eyes tells the complete, authorised story of Jon English, the pop star and actor with 70s/80s hits such as Hollywood Seven, Six Ribbons and Hot Town, and the star of shows such as Pirates of Penzance and Jesus Christ Superstar. The book tells of these massive highs, but also of his later struggles and his tragic, untimely death in 2016.
A collection of award winning homes from modern times and colonial history of Australian design and architecture. Full of illustrations, plans and a history of each house, providing context and theme. Carefully constructed by housing historian, Tim Reeves.
A lushly illustrated collection of Kerry Leishmans artwork as it appeared throughout newspaper publications such as the Sydney Morning Herald and The Age over several decades. Includes comments from famous and infamous columnists, as well as select quotes from the articles themselves. Gives a snapshot of the issues at large at the time.
The bioregion that encompasses Australia, New Zealand, The year’s best wildlife and landscape photos Antarctica and New Guinea possesses a unique natural heritage stretching back more than 80 million years, to the breakup of the great southern continent of Gondwana. The South Australian Museum and Australian Geographic focus on enhancing a ......