Full of vibrant photography and accompanied by a concise but fascinating commentary, this is an indispensable reminder and souvenir for both international and Australian visitors to this very special place. Armchair travellers and children will pick it up time and again to whet their appetites and perhaps to plan their own visits.
The fourth title in the new series of photographic souvenir guides to the iconic places of Australia from Australian Geographic and Woodslane Press. This 64-page large format book is full of vibrant photography, and is accompanied by a concise but fascinating commentary by one of Australia’s most experienced travel writers.
Includes over 45 north QLD walks from Cooktown to Hinchinbrook Island. 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.
Explore the very best off-road destinations in the Brisbane region with the newly updated 2nd Edition of 4WD Treks Close to Brisbane. Includes detailed track descriptions, things to do and see along with details on picnic and camping areas.
Explore 35 of Brisbane’s most picturesque and interesting walks, with walks for all ages and fitness levels. A bestseller in the first edition and second editions, this fully-updated version includes detailed walk information, full-colour photos and comprehensive maps.
Experience the very best bush camping destinations in Queensland with this detailed full-colour and best-selling directory to over 660 campsites, sectioned into a comprehensive listing of more than 150 parks, forests and reserves where you can pitch your tent, roll out your swag or unhitch your van. Now In its 5th edition.
Counterpack (including 6 copies)
Where to Ride South East Queensland 3rd Edition fully revised and updated! Where to Ride South East Queensland offers cyclists of all abilities the opportunity to get out there and ride through a wide range of terrains from beach front cycle paths to narrow mountain passes winding through ancient rainforests.
Counterpack (including 20 maps)
The Where to Ride Brisbane Cycling Map not only contains all the information a cyclist would want, but its physical format is optimised for cyclists. Printed on water and tear resistant synthetic paper, the Where to Ride map folds down to a convenient size that’s small enough to fit into a cycling jersey pocket.
Queensland’s Outback is vast and varied – a rich tapestry of stunning natural beauty, intriguing history and salt-of-the-earth characters.