Where to Ride is an instructional map book written specifically for Melbourne mountain bikers. Where to Ride caters for riders of every mountain bike ability and fitness level, offering a variety of rides all within two hours of Melbourne.
The book is supplemented with gorgeous photos of forests, trails and vistas to inform and inspire you.
Presented in a lavishly illustrated format, League On Sunday, Work On Monday, 1965-1995 is a 368-page book that covers first-person memories from the players themselves, the last great era of Rugby League in Australia.
A comprehensive overview of the history of greyhound racing in NSW, beginning with the origins of the sport in coursing and tin-hare racing through to the current controversies threatening its existence. This is essential reading for anyone with an interest in “the sport of the people”.
Justin Langer, the popular coach of Australian Men’s Cricket Team, inspires young cricketers in this revival of the childrens sporting handbook – a condensed modern reboot of the Don Bradman classic, The Art of Cricket (1958).
Craig Marshall and Sandra Lawrie collaborate to bring you the best of Western & Northern Victoria. Where to Ride: Western & Northern Victoria features 75 great rides divided into three regions, from the Great Ocean Road to the Murray.
The long-awaited new book from the Coodabeen Champions with stories and photos from over four decades of truly unique Australian entertainment featuring transcripts and memorabilia of memorable moments in Australian Rules Football through the years, all told in the humorous style the Coodabeens are known and loved for.
What could be better than to get away on your bike with a friend to explore the glorious and pristine landscape of Tasmania? With stunning photography and an appealing writing style, Andrew Bain will guide you along 45 of Tasmanias most beautiful rides in this second edition.
This guide will get you to all those places and provide you with plenty of essential information and a good laugh along the way.
In-depth wave descriptions for every major surf break in Australia. A comprehensive accommodation, food and party guide, as well as flat day fun activities. Surf survival techniques, road-trip planning.
Sports fans everywhere love a feel-good story, Australians are certainly no exception. If it involves fresh young talent taking on the world and winning against the odds, so much the better. That’s why the highlight of 2019 was the coming of age of a brilliant new star in one of the nation’s favourite sports, tennis.