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The Adventures of Willow Downunder By James Seligman
eBook (ePub): $7.35
A book about Willow a young girl who goes down under to meet the animals
Turtleshell By Peter Lawrance
eBook (ePub): $4.49
Shaun's life on Turtleshell Station was just about perfect - until angry young Sam moved in. But that was nothing compared with the danger they now faced in the rugged hills to the north. Why the old... More > prospector was attacked, what hardship that would mean for them, how they would have to fight to survive - all this meant that nothing would ever be the same again.< Less
Mimi By Ruth Allen
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Mimi is a collection of beautifully illustrated Original Aboriginal Mandala Art. The book recounts, in allegorical style, the story of each of the paintings, 46 in all, and the symbolic meanings... More > behind the icons and imagery. Mimi also acts as an Oracle, or wise and insightful Counsel. Individual paintings in Mimi can be randomly chosen (this is a form of divining). Every Mandala gives unique, intuitive and enlightening messages. This book of Original Aboriginal Art reveals hidden knowledge and universal truths and values, inherently found within the Aboriginal People, the Animals and the Land of Australia.< Less
Mimi By Ruth Allen
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Mimi is a collection of beautifully illustrated Original Aboriginal Mandala Art. The book recounts, in allegorical style, the story of each of the paintings, 46 in all, and the symbolic meanings... More > behind the icons and imagery. Mimi also acts as an Oracle, or wise and insightful Counsel. Individual paintings in Mimi can be randomly chosen (this is a form of divining). Every Mandala gives unique, intuitive and enlightening messages. This book of Original Aboriginal Art reveals hidden knowledge and universal truths and values, inherently found within the Aboriginal People, the Animals and the Land of Australia.< Less
Savage Dreaming By Barry Borham
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Diesirae kills for money and as a sacrifice to demons. Four young people stumble on Diesirae’s team smuggling drugs through their tribal lands in a remote part of the Northern Territory of... More > Australia. Used to fighting for what they want, the young people find themselves fighting for their lives in the isolated Kakadu stone country. Yup and Pip, have the ability fight the demons as Dream Walkers in the spirit world; however, they haven’t learnt to use their ability despite the efforts of their grandfather. Pursued by Diesirae and her team the four young people are also hunted by the malevolent demon, Ukalba. The drug runners are in turn pursued by an unarmed policeman and local members of the aboriginal community, armed with stone-age weapons, and guided by benevolent spirits in ageless war with Ukalba. If the teenagers are annihilated unity and the world will be lost.< Less
Savage Dreaming By Barry Borham
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Diesirae kills for money and as a sacrifice to demons. Four young people stumble on Diesirae’s team smuggling drugs through their tribal lands in a remote part of the Northern Territory of... More > Australia. Used to fighting for what they want, the young people find themselves fighting for their lives in the isolated Kakadu stone country. Yup and Pip, have the ability fight the demons as Dream Walkers in the spirit world; however, they haven’t learnt to use their ability despite the efforts of their grandfather. Pursued by Diesirae and her team the four young people are also hunted by the malevolent demon, Ukalba. The drug runners are in turn pursued by an unarmed policeman and local members of the aboriginal community, armed with stone-age weapons, and guided by benevolent spirits in ageless war with Ukalba. If the teenagers are annihilated unity and the world will be lost.< Less
True Tales of an Outback Guide or Why Kangaroos Go Boing Boing Boing By Mike Keighley & Tom Huth
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Fit as a trout, furnished with a droll take on the sillier aspects of urban life and a clear-eyed view of just how lucky he is, Mike Keighley is the very model of the modern wildlife guide.... More > Mike’s mate and the book’s co-author Tom Huth is an American journalist silver-tongued enough to entice top travel magazines to consistently pay his passage to hang around with characters like Mike. Tom calls his friend a “go-anywhere, do-anything backcountry guide” . The whole human caravan seems to have arrived at Mike’s door at some time or another; a diverse retinue populate his campfire stories and now the written version of Mike’s adventures. From abstemious Japanese monks to inebriated Russian film crews, plucky septuagenarians, celebrity make-up artists, demented deckhands and false prophets, all have sought his company. This is Mike's story - the TRUE tales of an outback bushman.< Less
Journal of Expedition to Mt. Liebig 1933-34 By Alastair Lack
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A diary of a Sydney University trip to Central Australia in 1934 kept by Charles Hansard Lack. Profusely illustrated by contemporary photographs.
Lightning Ridge Colourful Gems By Cilka Zagar
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Lightning Ridge is an outback opal-mining town in North West of NSW Australia. The population fluctuates from three to twenty thousand depending on the latest opal rush. This, the world’s opal... More > capital, has miners from over fifty countries; they brought with them political and religious beliefs, traditions and memories. Gradually they blended into a unique society with a new culture, new character, new morals and ideals. Prospectors come to Lightning Ridge in search of the elusive rainbow gem that would make them instantly rich, loved, and respected. Ratters are gem thieves who masquerade as prospectors, wait until a miner hits opal and then loot his mine. Ratting is the worst crime possible in the eyes of Lightning Ridge opal mining community. Red on black opal is the dream Lightning Ridge opal miners live on.< Less
Witnesses to History By Eric Pratt
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Eric Pratt was educated at Carey Grammar school, Melbourne, and The University of Queensland where he graduated in Law in 1965. He practised as a barrister and solicitor in Papua New Guinea from 1965... More > to 1972 and then as a barrister in Queensland as junior and then Senior Counsel until his appointment to the District Court. Pratt was described in the District Court Annual Report, 2000-2001, as a hard-working and quick thinking judge, known for his ability to manage a court in a dignified but good-natured manner. "Witnesses to History" shows that he is also hard-working and quick with a tale of his family line, in a story which stretches from England to Australia in the hard days of the 19th century when Australia was in the grip of Federation fever, when bushrangers roamed the countryside, and into the 20th century and two World Wars threatened to tear humanity apart.< Less

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What May Come What May Come By Robert Grant
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