Nature’s Way, one of the most glorious drives in Australia, incorporates Kakadu, Nitmiluk and Litchfield parks. These beautiful photographs showcase the journey in all its guises, from parched dry season to stormy early wet season to exuberantly green late wet season, as well as wonderfully shot images of many of the diverse animals and plants.
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.
Jo Clews demystifies all aspects of camp oven cooking. Updated for the 2020s, this book is packed full of easy recipes including fresh damper, hearty stews, classic roast dinners and delectable desserts. Also advises on different types of gear, menu planning, building the right type of cooking fire, and how to choose and care for your camp oven.
Includes 20 treks within a 2 hour of the city. Trek notes are accompanied by accurate full-colour maps, and snippets about local history and wildlife add colour and interest to the 4WD experience. Over 100 full-colour photos complement the text and provide a clear sense of the features on each trek.
This superbly organised reference is designed to fit in the glovebox of any 4WD vehicle. It explains the essentials for driving across difficult terrains and provides simple checklists to ensure the safety of both driver and passengers.
In this second edition of the bestselling 4WD Handbook, four-wheel drive expert and author Robert Pepper provides an in-depth explanation of how 4WDs work. He shares practical techniques for hill-driving, sand-driving, water crossings, as well as driving in mud, snow and sand.
From roasts to rissoles, salads to savouries and dampers to deserts, The Caravan & Campervan Cookbook will help bring a tempting new twist to your travel cooking.