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.
Warne Worn tells the story of how the Baggy Green cap – cricket’s enduring symbol of the Australian spirit – became a rallying point for the country’s response to the devastating ‘Black Summer’ bushfires of 2019/20.
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.
Australia is the most urbanised nation on earth and yet we share our built environment with a cavalcade of amazing native creatures. This book examines some of the issues around our complex relationship with nature.
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.
Now in Paperback. Following the success of his bestselling book, the Passion for Holden, Joel Wakely takes a personal look at the golden age of Australian car manufacturing and particularly the passion for the muscle cars that arose in the 1950s and reached its height in the 1970s.
The Night Sky Explorer contains all the information and equipment the aspiring astronomer needs to get started. The hardback case contains two separate pocket size books, designed to travel with you on star gazing trips: • Mapping the Skies includes maps of the major constellations for each month of the year & a guide to spotting them, along ......
This is the story of the ee. A curious sound as you can see. This is a beautifully illustrated Australian-themed phoneme story that teaches young readers about the vowel sound ee and where they can find it in different words. The book explores many undersea and reef environments and introduces children to twenty of the creatures that live there.
Over 150 easy to make, recipes for singles and couples: Starters and Light meals, Vegetables and Salads, Seafood, Chicken, Meat, Desserts and Baking. Includes recipes adapted from cookbooks 1-7, plus 21 new recipes. Ideal for weight loss, good health, diabetes, cholesterol and heart health.