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There are so many incredible walks in Australia but how do you know which are the best ones? Australian Geographic guide to Australia’s Best 100 Walks showcases the sheer beauty and diversity of our landscapes and wildlife. An inspirational guide to Australias best walks selected by Australias most trusted destination magazine.
Independently researched, this newly updated edition explores the best pet-friendly accommodation (from 5-star hotels to campgrounds) between Melbourne and Cairns. Every entry includes a brief, unbiased opinion plus details regarding price and which pets are welcome. Now also featuring the best dog-friendly beaches, parks, cafes, pubs and wineries.
Boiling Billys bestselling 4WD Treks Close to Sydney is now in its 6th edition and in the new A4 format. With 85,000 plus copies sold in previous editions, this title continues to be the ultimate guide for 4WDers wishing to explore the surrounds of Sydney.
The third edition of the bestselling Blue Mountains Best Bushwalks is the perfect companion for the bushwalking fan. The book features: • 66 different walks, varying in length from 30 minutes to two days. • Accurate, full colour maps and step by step directions. • Detailed walk statistics including distance...
Introduces the best walks for visitors and residents alike, ranging from fascinating city walks and urban bush strolls to the more rugged tracks deeper in the National Parks. Includes detailed walk notes, 150+ photographs, dozens of detailed maps and a summary table of walks with distances, facilities and highlights to find the right walk.
This second edition of the bestselling Boiling Billy’s Camping Guide to Australia is the complete guide to over 3,000 bush camping areas, over half of them free. This is your ideal guide to Australia’s national parks, state forests, conservation parks, the outback and more.
Includes over 40 walks from the Royal National Park to Gerringong. Walk notes are accompanied by accurate full-colour maps, and snippets about local history and wildlife add colour and interest to the walking experience. Over 150 full-colour photos complement the text and provide a clear sense of the features on each walk.
For those in the urban centres of Sydney, Wollongong or Canberra, the Southern Highlands offer a fast escape with natural attractions that can’t be found along the coast. The Highlands form part of the Great Dividing Range and numerous spectacular waterfalls tumble off its sharp eastern edge.