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.
The bestselling walking guide in Australia details over 40 walks in its most visually striking city. Distance, grade and estimated duration are detailed, and are accompanied by accurate full-colour maps and photographs. History, culture and wildlife add further interest. Includes the classic coastal walks as well as many lesser known tracks.
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.
In this fully illustrated personal look at the culture of hot rods and customised vehicles in Australia are dozens of fascinating stories about these incredible cars and the passionate craftspeople, amateur and professional, who build them. Includes unique and never before seen photos and contributions from dozens of hot rod and custom enthusiasts.
Put the fun into gardening with this beautifully illustrated guide to growing plants indoors and out. An ideal introduction for complete beginners as well as families with young children, designed to inspire a life-long love of gardening.
Gregory Milners new title, The Skill of Flower Arranging, is a clear and comprehensive guide covering all aspects of floral design. Whether readers intend to make floristry their career, are already a professional florist, or simply love to arrange flowers within their home, this book will guide them to create a variety of stunning arrangments.
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!