Lavishly illustrated in full-colour, this book is visual pub crawl through many historic outback watering holes, including such classics as QLD’s Birdsville Hotel and NWS’ characterful Tilpa Hotel. There’s a short history of each establishment along with unusual aspects, such as famous patrons, events and even ghosts!
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.
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.
Alpine Australia – A celebration of the Australian Alps portrays the stunning high country region unique to the Alpine areas of New South Wales and Victoria. This superbly photographed coffee table pictorial allows readers to become immersed in the beauty which alpine Australia offers by way of awe-inspiring images.
Historic Pubs New South Wales is an eclectic collection of 25 of the state’s historic watering holes, featuring over 50 stunning full colour photographs and showcasing the irrepressible character and a glimpse into the uniqueness of these long-lived establishments.
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 ......
The bioregion of Australia, New Zealand, Antarctica and New Guinea possesses a unique natural heritage stretching back 50 million years to the break-up of Gondwana. This annual photo competition focuses on this extraordinary legacy by encouraging photography of the region’s nature and landscape and promoting its special ......