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 AUSTRALIANA

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WILDFLOWERS OF THE SOUTH COAST

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GEOLOGY & LANDFORMS OF THE SOUTH-WEST

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 AUSTRALIANA

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THREATENED AND RARE BIRDS OF WA

After falling in love with my husband, Rick, I moved to a property called McAllister in the remote Gulf Country of far north Queensland, where I found myself living in a shed with a 4... read more

Back of Beyond: One Woman's Remarkable Story of Love, Adventure, Disasters and Wonderful Times in the Gulf Country

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 AUSTRALIANA

Dating back to the 1830s, the mountain cattlemen heritage is one of the oldest forms of agriculture in Victoria and New South Wales. The cattlemen teach the now seventh generation the intimate secrets of the mountains, rivers and seasons as they tackle rigorous river cros... read more

High Country Cattlemen

When Europeans first settled in Australia, the land withheld many of its secrets from these new arrivals. There were broad rivers, wide plains and tall forests, all of which, to European eyes, suggested promising sites for settlement.... read more

Invisible Country: Southwest Australia: Understanding a Landscape

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 AUSTRALIANA

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Nophoto

The diary of Frances Louisa (Fanny) Brockman (née Bussell) is inthe J S Battye Library of West Australian History, where a copyis available to researchers on microfilm. The one volume ledgerwas donated to the library fr... read more

Pioneer Daughter - The Diary of Frances Louisa (Fanny) Brockman (née Bussell)

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 AUSTRALIANA

Len Beadell's classic account of the building of the famous Gunbarrel Highway across Central Australia in which he recounts in his own colourful style the outstanding events of its construction.

Beating about the Bush

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 AUSTRALIANA

Blast The Bush CD - Duration 5 hours 45 minutes - 5 CDs. Directed and edited by Phil Sexton. Blast The Bush is the second of Len Beadell's best selling series of books where the story of the frantic and harried efforts of the people who worked on the British Atomic Testing Project, code named "X 200", is told.

Blast the Bush